Take part in Platinum Play Online Casino‘s Safari Heat promotion this August and stand a chance to win your share of €300k in casino prizes such as Free Spins, Rewards points and free credits!
But that’s not all… you could be 1 of 15 double package winners (valued at €6,000 each) who will get to experience a South African safari adventure!
To start winning*:
– Log in during the promotion period (1-31 August 2017) and visit the Win a South African Safari message each week to enter
• Play your favourite games to accumulate Rewards points
• Use your Rewards points to unlock prizes at each level
• For every 1,000 Rewards points you earn, you’ll receive a ticket into the weekly SA Safari draw
• Please allow 15 minutes for instant prizes to credit and progress bar to update
*Please ensure you read through the Safari Heat promotional terms & conditions before entering and don’t forget to opt in shouls you wish to take part in this promo.
The prize package includes:
• Return flights for 2
• Meals and drinks
• Return airport transfers and group transport
• Daily activities
South Africa’s Wildlife interesting facts*:
• The African elephant can be distinguished by the Asian elephants by its ears, which are in the shape of Africa.
• Crocodiles can go for months without a meal, thanks to their efficient digestive system.
• Giraffes have the same number of vertebrae in their neck that humans do. They are just much bigger.
• Hippos can run really fast, despite being quite bulky. In fact, they can reach speeds of about 32 kilometres per hour.
• Elephants undergo menopause.
• Only around 10% of cheetah cubs survive to adulthood.
• Humpback whales make the loudest sound in the animal kingdom.
• Penguins can leap six feet out of the water.
• An elephant calf may suck its trunk as a comfort, in much the same way that a human baby sucks its thumb.
• The black mamba is the fastest snake on the continent. It can reach about 16 kilometres an hour, but does not maintain this speed. Rather, it is only used for short bursts in order to escape danger or capture prey.
*Facts Source: sa-venues.com