The search is on for the most beautiful in the Valley
Miss and Mr Valley 2018 will be crowned at Sun City’s Valley of Waves on 21 April 2018. The sun-drenched pageant at the resort’s famous water park will include awesome live entertainment by Andy Klee.
The competition is open to the bold and the beautiful aged 3 to 25 years. The categories for entry to the Miss Valley pageant are 3 to 5 years; 6 to 8 years; 9 to 12 years; 13 to 17 years: 18 to 25 years and entry to the Mr Valley competition are 8 years and younger; 9 to 17 years and 18 and up. The fun-filled event will take place from 10h30.
How to enter
Hopefuls can enter the competition by contacting Valria on 072 626 4042 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and Hanlery, 082 457 0648 or email@example.com
Activities and attractions on the day
As always, the Valley of Waves will be a hive of fun-filled activities, including the two new water slides; Ovango, a breathtaking, 155-metre long slide and Noble’s Descent, the ultimate body slide adventure in a capsule. Guests now have access to indulge at the two quality eateries; the rustic microbrewery-themed gastropub, The Brew Monkey, and a fast food arena, Food Factory.
There are five more thrilling slides to try at the Valley of Waves, with a ride for every comfort level, from an easygoing tubing experience to semi-submerged waterslides that spiral downhill.
Other attractions at Valley of Waves is the Roaring Lagoon, a 6500 square metre wave pool with hydraulic mechanisms that generates waves of nearly 2 metres high, and the Lazy River that offers a gentle, non-stop tube ride around an island. There are also several walkways through tropical forests surrounding where you can explore the Spider Web Sway Bridge, hidden cave waterfalls, rare plant varieties and more.
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