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The water slide that will be taking SA cities

September 9, 2015

 

People of Mzanzi you are in for a treat this summer, with the mother of all slides coming to your city! This is a call to all adrenaline junkies and water lovers, to get ready for the 304-meter water slide that will be touring all major South African cities. Slide the City officially opens during our hot December month, so get your cozzie ready.

Safety, hygiene and water conservation

The organisers of Slide the City have taking all possible concerns that the public may have, into consideration and have come up with solutions. The slide uses a pump that will ensure that water is transported all the way back to the slide’s starting point and then re-used. There is also no need to be worried about germs because the pH levels will be regularly checked and maintained to keep bacteria at bay. And with regards to safety, there will be paramedics and security on standby.

Fun in the sun

The fun will start in December 2015 and end off in February 2016, there will be limited time to enjoy the mega slide, so you have to make the most of it. People from all over the country will be popping into the cities to have a run at the slide, as tourism spikes a hotel in hotel in Greenpoint or a B&B in PE, will be packed so it’s advisable to pre-book in advance.  As food, music and fun activities will be on offer all day long, you can be sure that this event will knock your socks off. There will be no weight limit for the slide, but participants will need to be at least 1.2 meters tall to get on the slide.

The cost

To avoid disappointment you can book your tickets on Computicket.

A single slide ticket costs R99

Three slide ticket costsR250

All day slide ticket costs R490

To avoid overcrowding a single and triple slide ticket will be sold in two-hour slots and requires a specific time slot booking.

December 2015

16                      Knysna -Vigilance Drive

12 & 13            Port Elizabeth -Baakens Street

19 & 20            Cape Town (to be confirmed)

January 2016

16 & 17              Pretoria – Lenchen Avenue – Centurion

23 & 24              Johannesburg -William Nicol Drive

9 & 10                Ballito -Sugar Rush Park

30 & 31              Nelspruit (to be confirmed)

 

February 2016

6 & 7                  Cape Town (to be confirmed)

Ticket sales for Cape Town and Nelspruit will only open once the venue has been confirmed.

 

 

 

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