THIS is just one of five fabulous prizes in the Nitida Winery competition, which closes on September 30, 2020.
Anyne who places an order for 12 bottles or more of Nitida wine, via the farm’s website or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, before the closing date, will automatically be entered into a draw to win one of five fabulous prizes, including an all-inclusive three-night luxury stay at Kwandwe – the award-winning big five safari destination in the Eastern Cape; an unforgettable day with Nitida winemaker Etienne Louw and a luxury picnic for four; an exhilarating tandem jump courtesy Mothercity Skydive; and a fine dining dinner, with wine, for four at Nitida’s acclaimed Cassia Restaurant.
But perhaps one of the more sought after prizes in the competition is that offered by The Cape Leopard Trust, in which the winner and his/her partner will join a member of the CLT team for a unique outing in the Cederberg mountains to learn more about the elusive leopards of the Cape, their prey, their habitat and the efforts to ensure their long-term survival. The prize includes an overnight stay in the Cederberg for two adults.
Says CLT Communications & Media Manager, Jeannie Hayward: “Leopards truly are the ghost-cats of the mountains – super elusive and masters of disguise. The odds of actually spotting a leopard is virtually zero, but the Cederberg is such a magical place to be, and to really immerse yourself in this space and know that you’re following in the footsteps of leopards is an amazing experience in and of itself ”
The Cape Leopard Trust is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation engaged in innovative research, conservation and education projects established to facilitate and promote the conservation of biological diversity, with a focus on the leopard as a flagship species.
Founded in 2004, The Cape Leopard Trust’s vision is to ensure the long-term survival of leopard populations, help secure their habitat and prey base and promote their co-existence with people. To this end, it conducts rigorous scientific research, not only on leopards but also other predators that share their habitat, with the aim of creating knowledge, inform management policies, spread awareness and ultimately safeguard the persistence of leopards in the Fynbos mountains of the Cape and elsewhere in South Africa.
The Cape Leopard Trust support comes from many sources including companies, trust funds, institutions and caring individuals. All donations go directly toward furthering the project and our understanding and conservation of these magnificent animals. For more information, click here.
The winners of the five prizes on offer in the Nitida competition will be chosen at random on September 30, 2020 and notified via email on October 1, 2020. Delivery of all wine orders of 12 or more bottles is free to major centres. For more information and full Ts&Cs, click here.