Travel Massive and Two Oceans Aquarium event a massive success

Tony and I joined Travel Massive last night for an event hosted at the Two Oceans Aquarium at the Waterfront in Cape Town. As you will see from our pictures lots of it took place next to the scary awesome Predator’s Exhibition. Travel Massive Cape Town Chapter has been a huge success from the get go and last night it drew a crowd of two hundred travel enthusiast.
The Two Oceans Aquarium offers visitors the opportunity to discover the diverse marine life found off the southern African coast. Through displays ranging from the small and almost fantastical Knysna seahorses, to large ragged-tooth sharks, the Aquarium holds wondrous discoveries for young and old, around every corner. Meet the animals that call the icy waters of the Atlantic Ocean their home – and the brightly coloured ones that live in the warm Indian Ocean. Be mesmerised by the swaying of the giant kelp in the aptly named Ocean Basket Kelp Forest Exhibit- one of only a handful living kelp forest displays in the world and the only one in Africa. More here: www.aquarium.co.za/
The wines we enjoyed where provided by Groot Constantia Wines www.grootconstantia.co.za/

The City Hero for the night was Penguin Promises, a conservation campaign that encourages individuals to make a promise to change something about their environmental behaviour that will positively impact the endangered African Penguin. What behaviour can you change to make tomorrow better for the environment? If you like us feel passionate about conserving our beautiful planet why not visit www.penguinpromises.com/

There where some awesome prizes won on the night – not by yours truly, but there is always next time J

– A R3000.00 accommodation voucher from www.lekkeslaap.co.za/ – ‘LekkeSlaap, derived from the Afrikaans saying “Lekker Slaap” is the easiest way to find and book accommodation in South Africa and is the first and only Afrikaans online accommodation booking website with a wide variety of accommodation to suit all needs and budget.

– Dyer Island Cruises Whale Watching Marine Safari x2 withwww.whalewatchsa.com/ and tickets x2 to visit The African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary africanpenguin.org/
Photographs were taken by Hein van Tonder of heinstirred.com/ while the video will be produced by Liam Kelly and Justin Woods of www.facebook.com/kellyandwoods/

We really enjoyed the event and am inspired to make regular trips to the Two Oceans Aquarium. Hope to see you there!

 

-Paul De Kock

 

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