Take a #ShotLeft Mzansi

For the past few weeks, 702 and SA Tourism have been taking teams across South Africa on homegrown #ShotLeft Road trip adventures. Visiting different provinces each week, the teams have proved once again, that South Africa truly is an amazing place to explore!

Seeing as Tuesday is #WorldTourismDay - why not plan your next trip and get to know Mzansi!

Click on each of the provinces below to see what the teams got up to - inspiration time!

Gauteng:

Photographers Shawn Ogulu and Dean Cothill, multimedia journalist Thomas Holder and lively 702 on air talent Relebogile Mabotja hit the road to (re)discover the joy of exploration in the picturesque towns and countryside around Joburg and Pretoria... courtesy of SA Tourism.

North West:

Photographers Shawn Ogulu and Dean Cothill, multimedia journalist Thomas Holder and lively 702 on air talent Relebogile Mabotja hit the road to (re)discover the joy of exploration in the picturesque towns and countryside in nearby North West Province.

Eastern Cape:

A pick of highlight posts as photographers Zac Rusagara and Junaid Samaai, multimedia journalist Andiswa Mkosi and Kirstin Barwise hit the road to (re)discover the joy of exploration in the picturesque towns and countryside around the Eastern Cape.

Limpopo:

A pick of highlight posts as photographers Lesego Konupi and Kgotso Mdakani, convergence specialist Deen Schroeder and journalist Marisa Oosthuizen journey through Limpopo with the main aim of finding travel gems.

Kwa-Zulu Natal:

Wife and husband travel gurus, Lauren and Vaughan McShane, content creator Lloyd Koppel, digital creative Gary Oberholzer and brand activator Sithandwa Ngwetsheni discover the best that KZN has to offer.

Mpumulanga:

A pick of highlight posts as travel blogger Omphile Setiloane, drone pilot Junaid Samaai, photographer Jacob Sibiya and journalist Romaana Naidoo journey through Mpumalanga with the sole aim of finding travel gems to share with the rest of us!

Western Cape:

A live blog of social posts from travel blogger and thinker Meruschka Govender, drone pilot Shawn Ogulu, photographer Aletta Harrison and EWN Online Editor Sheldon Morais as they roadtrip lesser-known parts of the Western Cape.

Northern Cape:

A collection of highlights from drone pilot Dean Cothill, travel blogger Katchie Nzama, digital creative Zac Rusagara and digital strategist Deen Schroeder's roadtrip to the Norhthern Cape.

This roadtrip is slightly different to the others because the team split into two teams of two people - two cars following different routes.

One team (Dean Cothill and Katchie Nzama) head north to the Kalahari Desert Festival and the other - (Zac Rusagara and Deen Schroeder) sped off toward Namaqualand.

Free State - This road trip starts today!

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