Tintswalo Atlantic ‘The Rise of the Phoenix’ Charity Dinner.

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Tintswalo Atlantic. – On 2 March 2016, Tintswalo Atlantic will be hosting ’The Rise of the Phoenix’ charity dinner. After the devastating Cape fires of March 2015 which engulfed almost the entire lodge, Tintswalo Atlantic reopened in November 2015 and is better than ever.

The event will be held in honour of the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) in   appreciation of the vital role they played with immediate access to the site’s surrounds after the fire. Tintswalo will donate all proceeds from tickets sold for the night to the NSRI.

Tintswalo’s CEO Lisa Goosen, says of the NSRI, “They are selfless and truly heroic in all that they do. They gave us great hope in humanity when we were faced with our loss, and we hope to give a little back to them.”

Tickets for the dinner are R3000 per couple and R9500 per suite for the night including dinner and breakfast and includes an evening of great cuisine, exquisite views and wonderful entertainment. A collection of sensational prizes will also be auctioned off.

Tickets can be bought directly from Tintswalo Atlantic at 021 201 0025 or via email at reservations@atlantic.tintswalo.com or gmops@atlantic.tintswalo.com. Watch the video of my recent visit here.

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Tintswalo Atlantic recently reopened after the devastating Cape fires of March 2015 destroyed most of the lodge. The property boasts an exclusive and unique shoreline location within the protected Table Mountain National Park, situated just outside of Hout Bay off Chapman’s Peak drive. The pebbled beach directly in front of the lodge is secluded and sheltered from winds and is one of the boundaries of the Table Mountain National Park, globally known for its extraordinarily rich, diverse and unique fauna, flora and fynbos.

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