• From traditional Easter egg hunts to more modern celebrations, there are countless ways to enjoy the holiday. Whether you’re looking for family-friendly activities or ways to unwind, there’s something for everyone this Easter season.

    One popular activity is Easter egg decorating. It’s a classic way to get into the holiday spirit, and with the rise of DIY culture, there are countless creative ways to decorate eggs. From using natural dyes to incorporating unique materials like colourful feathers.

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    For those looking to indulge their sweet tooth, Easter treats are a must-try. From chocolate bunnies such as the Lindt Gold Bunny donned with its signature gold foil wrapping and decorative bell on a red ribbon. Additionally, this year Lindt is offering its Lindt Boutique in-store customers the opportunity to make their own Lindt Bunny with a variety of different fillings & personalised red ribbon name tags.

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    Another popular way to celebrate Easter is by attending an Easter hunt or festival. These events offer a chance to enjoy music, food, and entertainment while taking in the festive atmosphere. The Rand show returns to Nasrec, in Johannesburg which offers a variety of entertainment, shopping and experiential activations, in Cape Town, the Mount Nelson is offering an Easter egg hunt in their expansive gardens.

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    In addition to these classic Easter activities, there are also opportunities to enjoy the long weekend and explore the great outdoors. The Autumn break is the perfect time to visit the park for a family picnic or to simply take a leisurely walk and enjoy the fresh air.

    This Easter season, take the time to embrace the joys of autumn and celebrate with your loved ones. Whether you choose to partake in traditional activities or explore new ones, there’s no shortage of ways to make this Easter season one to remember.

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