Competition – Win tickets to Plett’s first history festival

Win tickets for two to the Watercourse History Fest in Plett from 13-15 Feb 2020.

ENTER ALL THREE WEEKS IN ONE by emailing your answers to socialmedia@pletttourism.com or reply to this mailer with your answers.

  • WEEK ONE… Question 1: What is the name of the new early human culture route launched along the coastline of the Western Cape in 2018? The answer can be found here…
  • WEEK TWO… Question 2: Can you identify the site in the photograph featured below?
  • WEEK THREE… Question 3: Who led the displaced Griquas to their new home in Kranshoek, Plettenberg Bay in the early part of the 20th century?  The answer can be found here…

Or play along with us on Facebook each week. Plett Tourism is excited to introduce a new highlight on the Plett Calendar of events, the Watercourse History Fest in Plett, 13 – 15 February 2020.

Local Media and Development Consultant and publisher of the Watermark Press series, Mike Kantey, is the festival director and impresario of the first history festival in Plettenberg Bay.

The first Watercourse History Fest in Plett offers a variety of programmes for both residents and visitors to experience the Southern Cape’s unique cultural heritage and historical resources. The Watercourse Media & Development Company has developed a schedule designed to tell the story of Early Modern Humans and the “first people” of the Southern Cape during this community-wide event. All events are free of charge unless otherwise stated.

Plett offers a variety of programmes for both residents and visitors to experience our unique cultural and historical heritage. The organisers have developed two days of presentations and debate to introduce two eras in Southern Cape history: the period of Early Modern Humans and that of so-called ‘First People’, otherwise known as Khoekhoen and ‘Bushmen’.

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