Greenpop just launched the last Overberg Experience Giveaway where people can win an amazing weekend in the Cape Overberg.
The package includes a getaway in historic Stanford and surroundings. Everyone who buys their ticket to Greenpop’s Reforest Fest before 1 March will be automatically entered into the competition. People who already bought their ticket to the Family or Friends fest can also win the Stanford Giveaway.
Stanford Getaway Prize
Greenpop is teaming up with the best the Overberg region has to offer so people can experience the natural beauty and excitement of the Cape Overberg. After the Gansbaai and the Uilenkraal Valley Giveaway, the Stanford Giveaway is Greenpop’s last Overberg Experience Giveaway.
Buy your Reforest Fest ticket to enter!
The competition runs until 1 March. Participants who buy at least one ticket to the Family Fest 10-12 March or the Friends Fest 17-19 March 2017 will be automatically entered to win a two night Stanford getaway for two, including:
- A two-night stay in elegant Gatehouse Cottage surrounded by mountains on White Water Farm.
- Lunch and wine tasting at boutique wine farm Stanford Hills Estate.
- A visit to big cat sanctuary Panthera Africa where you can see and learn more about lions, leopards, tigers and other big cats.
What is the Reforest Fest?
Each year, Greenpop hosts the Reforest Fest over two weekends: Family Weekend (10-12 March) and Friends Weekend (17-19 March). The Reforest Fest is for people who like to get their hands dirty and make positive impact for the environment. As well as planting thousands of trees, fest goers will enjoy eco-talks, yoga, live music and much more.
Both Reforest Fest weekends are held in the beautiful Platbos Forest Reserve, 2.5 hours drive away from Cape Town in the Overberg region.
Who is Greenpop?
Greenpop is a social enterprise on a mission to (re)connect people with the planet. They plant trees through urban greening and reforestation projects, spread environmental education, and activate people through green workshops and events.
Greenpop was founded in 2010 and has since planted over 70 000 indigenous and fruit trees at schools and other urban sites, community farms as well as forests across South Africa, Zambia and Tanzania. More than the number of trees, Greenpop is inspired by the thousands of hands that have helped to plant the trees and the further thousands that have joined Greenpop’s eco-education programmes and made a commitment to be custodians of our beautiful planet.
For more information visit: www.greenpop.org