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Kalahari’s Summer Splash Giveaway

Summer is sizzling in heat right now but the Kalahari is staying cool with their Summer Splash Events!  I am so thrilled I get to go back to the Kalahari in Wisconsin Dells.  

Last week they sent me the Summer Splash box of goodies and one of my lucky readers will get to win the same thing.  

Here's what was included in my box:
2 hats
2 shirts
2 magnets
2 pairs of sunglasses
Music DVD
Kalahari Mask for Crafts
1 night stay 
Theme park passes

Can you say BRING ON THE FUN!!! Make sure you enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post.  :) 

So what is Kalahari doing for this Summer Splash Promotion:

• Kalahari Resorts and Convention Centers Wisconsin Dells promises a summer  to remember with the African-themed Summer Splash! Now through Labor Day, Kalahari will be celebrating African music, food, art and featuring an exciting array of special events, and daily on-site activities including African bracelet 
making, animal safari sand art, kite flying and more! 

• Additional highlights for Kalahari’s Summer Splash include VIP behind-thescenes tours of the Timbavati Wildlife Park.  August’s Chef’s Harvest will feature unique African recipes and culinary customs.

• Kalahari will have guests on their feet with dance contests set to the groove and beat of authentic African rhythms, including two new theme songs for Kalahari Resorts, “Where the Smiles Run Wide,” and “Welcome to Kalahari.” 

• Every guest registered between May 24 and Sept. 1 will receive complimentary admission to the famous Tommy Bartlett Show, a $22 value.  In addition, new this year registered guests who visit between May 24 and Nov. 3 will receive free admission to the Timbavati Wildlife Park, a value of $18.95.

If you did not see my posts in December and January about Kalahari then make sure to check them out.  
 Read about Tiko's Watering Hole and Children's Book and how the Kalahari is staying GREEN, Or about Kalahari Spa's, and last but not least my last visit to Kalahari.  

I am so excited to go back try the outside fun and getting that amazing yummy burger from Damon's Sports Bar.  I also think it would be fun to kick butt in the laser tag game again.  :) 

Now to enter the giveaway!  Use the easy rafflecopter form below to enter.  

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Jenn said…
My kids love water parks!!!
Jenn said…
My kids love waterparks!
Emi said…
we went to Kalahari when we went to Wisconsin Dells. Really that place is very overwhelming and the theme is very cool. We have to go back now that we have kids so we can bring this gear with us.
Emillie Rose said…
I have been wanting to go to Kalahari for a long time so this would be great!
Jennifer Young said…
We love going to the Kalahari!
Jacklyn T. said…
Kalahari is the best!!
Sadie said…
I would love to take my kids to Kalahari. It would be our first trip.
MKB said…
I need a short getaway!!! With my kids!
Anonymous said…
The one night stay makes me really excited. I know we could actually go there this way.

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