Love is a big part of Flow’s business. After all, our tag line isn’t “We do work we love with people we love” for nothing. This, of course, means that when Valentine’s Day rolls around, love is all around in the Flow offices as we work with our clients to sell and celebrate love across their platforms.

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We are in a fortunate space, working with so many tourism-related clients: when we talk about “selling love”, we don’t mean tacky trinkets and stuffed, pink teddy bears, but rather amazing experiences to be remembered forever. Here we take a look at the fun, romantic experiences some of our clients are offering offer for Valentine’s Day:

Dine with turtles by candlelight at the Two Oceans Aquarium

For Valentine’s evening, the Two Oceans Aquarium is turning its massive, mesmerising ocean exhibits into dinner and dance halls. There will be Venetian waltz and salsa demonstrations, along with professional partners to help guests get the steps right. All of this and a delectable four-course meal will take place by candlelight, with spectacular views of the ocean life on display.

Learn more about this experience here.

See Cape Town in all its glory with the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway

Over the month of love until 28 February, the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway has implemented its Sunset Special, allowing visitors to go up Table Mountain for half-price after 6pm. Just imagine the romantic sunsets from high above Cape Town! Remember that the last car goes down at 8pm.

Let local comedian Yaseen Barnes tell you more about the Sunset Special here.

Get your adrenaline pumping with the Gauteng Tourism Authority

The Gauteng Tourism Authority has something other than red roses and romantic meals on the cards for Valentine’s Day. Why not do something out of the ordinary and adventurous? Take the big jump at the iconic Orlando Towers in Soweto, or go paintballing. These attractions definitely give new meaning to a romantic day out.

See the full list of must-do adrenalin-pumping activities here.

Hop on the City Sightseeing Sunset Bus

Every summer, the much-loved City Sightseeing Sunset Bus swings into action to take visitors for a late-afternoon tour along the Atlantic Seaboard. On Valentine’s Day especially, many passengers arrive in pairs for a romantic evening of picnics and a beautiful sunset. After travelling via Camps Bay, the bus stops off at Signal Hill, a popular spot where visitors can enjoy treats and bubbly to toast the sun going down over the ocean. Afterwards, guests are dropped off at the V&A Waterfront to choose from the range of award-winning restaurants for a romantic meal.

Get in the sunset spirit and buy your tickets for the Sunset Bus here.

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