Outdoor enthusiasts are sure to be in the seventh heaven at the 17th annual Cape Outdoor Eco Adventure and Travel Expo.
The event will run over a three day period from Friday to Sunday October 26 to 28 on Sandringham Farm, it’s newly found home for 2012.
Over the three day period the event is expected to welcome 19000 visitors.
Visitors to the Expo will be able to find everything from 4×4’s, tents, gadgets and trailers to beautiful local destinations, exotic resorts and the most exciting adventure products and activities available in Southern Africa.
Sandringham Farm offers a true and fantastic outdoor venue for both exhibits and activities, particularly the Mcarthy 4×4 course, which is a must for anyone up for adventure and a challenge.
The Expo will also showcase Wildlife, Conservation, and eco-friendly products and services.
A special Craft Beer Tent set up by The Craft Beer Project will also be on offer with a wide range of all local craft beers.
The tent will feature “Beer 101”, a short introductory talk and tasting on all things beer – what’s in it, how it’s made and more on how to appreciate the amber nectar. This along with Wine Tastings and Great Food Stalls will make sure visitors have plenty to choose from.
Not only will there be loads of interesting things to see and buy, but there will be some exciting events happening throughout the Expo to keep adults and kids entertained.
Some of these include: a Harley Davidson Rig; Live Entertainment by Tuxedo; Winelands Horse and Quad Bike Trails; Free Fall Tower; Paintball Fun; Coca Cola Gig Rig Live Entertainment, as well as a Coca Cola Jumping Castle.
Social dogs on leads will be welcome. On the Sunday Animal Welfare will be holding a doggie walk around the beautiful location to raise funds.
* Entry for adults will be R50, while Pensioners and Students pay R30. Ages 7 to 16 pay R15, while under 7’s enter for free. For more information on accommodation and updates on the Expo, visit www.cape.outdoorexpo.co.za, or send an email to email@example.com.
Directions to Sandringham Farm: off the N1, at the R304 Stellenbosch turn towards the Stellenbosch direction, then first road right into Sandringham Rd at Frankie’s Café.