Calling all Maloti-Drakensberg Properties

The Boundless Explorer team is excited to kick off 2022 with a new social media campaign for the Maloti – Drakensberg Transfontier Area.

The aim is to put you, your property, and your region in the spotlight for everyone to see. destination.

Maloti Drakensberg Explorers

Under the hashtag #ExploreMalotiDrakensberg, a travel tribe of explorers will be created who are keen to uncover the Maloti Drakensberg.

The campaign will feature attractive artwork, regular social media posts as well as media articles. More exciting still: a fun social media quiz where travellers can explore what kind of #MalotiDrakensbergExplorer they are: a cultural explorer, nature lover, sensory seeker, or trail chaser. Of course, they will be given plenty of suggestions on what to visit and where to stay based on their profile.

The team needs your help!

To make this campaign a success, the Boundless Explorer Team needs your help. They would love to include your product in the suggestions for the different travellers. Therefore, it is important to identify where you feel your product fits best by filling in this form.

Will your product or attraction appeal to the cultural explorer, the nature lover, the sensory seeker or the trail chaser? Or do you feel you tick more than one box?

Prizes up for grabs?

The social media activation is completely free of charge and aims to put your region and your product in the spotlight. But, as we all well know, any social media action always works better if there are prizes to be won! Please reach out to the Boundless Explorer Team if you’re keen to donate a prize for this exciting campaign. It is guaranteed to boost online exposure for your brand and bring more travellers to your establishment! For more information, you can send an email to boundless@bigambitions.co.za

Here’s to a successful 2022!

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