**WIN** A Family Pass To Snow World At Grand West – Competition closed

img_5027.jpgThere’s just a few more weeks to check out the Snow World at SunExhibits, GrandWest and you HAVE to check it out before it’s gone!

My little family and I attended the Media Launch in May and we had such an amazing time.  Aidan had his first snow and slide experience 🙂

Before I show you some pictures of the event (watch out.. there are some scary Daddy selfies) and before I give you some good news, here’s of what Snow World has to offer:

For the little ones, a snow play area for a real snow “touch and feel “experience, a solid ice slide at 1.2 meters high or go for a ride on the back of a friendly animal from the ice age.

 For the older kids and young at heart, try the two larger Ice slides. The one offers a nippy downward spiral of 40 meters, the other a radical dipper slide of 35m.

For the adventure junkies, head into the “snow box” for a real snow tubing experience at temperatures of a chilly -3 degrees.   The snow box, has a first for South Africa, offering the opportunity to learn how to “Snow Board”.  The snowboarding ticket offers a lesson and all the gear needed on a dedicated snowboard slope while Mom and Dad can watch through the windows on the warmer viewing /coffee deck.

If you have ever wondered what it would be like to meet a woolly mammoth, now’s the chance!

Wonder through an exhibition of some of the more famous animals from the ice age. These animals, set in simulations of their ice age environment are brought back to animatronic life with movement and sounds!

For the over 18’s, cool down in the” ICE BAR” and lounge for a drink within a truly artic experience, then warm up in the Alpine village where refreshments are served.

Snow World caters for kid’s parties for all ages. For the younger ones in the themed party zone and for the older ones within the Alpine village.

The Alpine Hospitality village also offers private and corporate functions. Enquire with Snow World to book your celebration or corporate event.

Tickets are available on webtickets or at the door.

Operating times are:

Wednesday and Thursday 12pm – 10pm

Friday 12pm- 11pm

Saturday 10am – 11pm

Sunday 10am – 9pm

Monday and Tuesday closed (except for Public Holidays and school holidays, when it will be open

Time slots will be sold on the hour for a 45-minute session

  • Snow Boarding Pass (Full Access: Snow Boarding)* – R140/ session
  • Snow and Ice Rider Pass (Snow Tubing in Snow Box, 2 Ice Slides, Ice Age Animal, Snow Play Areas) – R120/ session
  • Mini Pass (1 Ice Slide, Snow Play Areas, Ice Age Animals) – R60/ session
  • Non-Rider Pass – R50/ session*Snow Boarding Pass includes a 20 minute lesson for the first time users before they will go onto the slopes. Age restriction for snowboarding only – no under 6-year-olds.

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Now for the good news: There is 1 Family Pass for Snow World up for grabs – thats 1 Snow and Ice Rider Pass for a family of 4 people! All you have to do is enter via the Rafflecopter below 

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4 Comments

  1. Izane Reyneke July 9, 2016

    Awesome prize! I’ll take my family. Which include a snow obsessed 4 year old (which stems from his love for Frozen). He has been begging to see snow so that he can build his very own Olaf.

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  2. Aysha Shabodien July 9, 2016

    A great opportunity for my 3 kids to experience snow I just know they’ll love it. Having 3 kids means everything Ă—3 and can be exspensive and mean that they can’t always experience great things.

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  3. Kim Muller July 11, 2016

    I will definitely take my 2 sons with me. And most definitely my sister as she’s the one person who can make anything fun!!!

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  4. Samantha Pearce July 12, 2016

    Hope to win and take my family along

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