Stay active this summer with MILO

By Faeza
30 August 2015

Farewell winter blues and hello summer. Milo’s Activ-Go is just the drink for you. It not only contains beneficial amounts of malted barley, vitamins and mineralsbut it is also the ideal drink to give you the energy you need to get through the day.

Mpho Toolo, Nestlé Dairy Business Executive Manager says: “Children deserve sustained and purposeful energy to help them be the best that they can be”.

Family activities to do once the school holidays are in full swing:

  • Honeydew A-maize-ing Mazes in Johannesburg. The maize maze is over 3 km of internal pathways, multi stations and quiz’s that will keep you busy and challenged for over 90mins. Fun Fact: Nothing is wasted as the corn gets harvested and the crop is fed to various animals.

  • Picnic at Zoo Lake. The versatile public park is a fun outing for family, friends and pets where you can fly kites, row boats and engage in stimulating entertainment such as board games and sports.
  • Cape Recife in Port Elizabeth is a beautiful resort where you can adventure cycle, play football on the beach and visit the SA Marine Rehabilitation Centre.

  • Table Mountain National Park is a hub of activity. From hiking and forest walks to Boulders Penguin Colony where the whole family can view African Penguin while walking on the boardwalk.
  • Discover Durban in one afternoon at Mini Town. The landmark is at the beach front where you can walk around and have a bird eye view of the city that also includes the airport and harbour. And after all that walking, you can cool off in the ocean.

  • For the nature and history loving family, Union buildings is a great way to get know South African history and walk amongst gardens. The vast lawns give you enough space to kick around a soccer ball, play cricket and enjoy a picnic.

Embrace our beautiful country this summer with fun activities, while ensuring your children have a balanced and active lifestyle, with MILO® giving them the necessary energy they need to get through the day.