"Tour Giveaway" competition

At the heart of any safari experience, from the luxury of the Sabi Sabi Lodge, to the more rugged adventure of the Olifants or Bergendal camps, are the memories you get to bring home after you're done - it's how our guests relate to their holidays, and convey a sense of what it was like to be within arm's reach of that elephant, out under the twilight stars with a sundowner, or tracking gemsbok with a trained ranger at first light. Pictures and videos can carry a stunning sense of what has transpired.

Photo by Jonathan Thorne

We at feel that winning pictures deserve winning trips!

With this in mind, we've decided to give away two sets of tickets to an all-expenses-paid safari tour, where you, the winner, will be able to snap those snapshots, roll credits on an exciting hunt near the waterhole, and put together some of the greatest safari stories your friends and family will ever hear!

Entering is easy:

  • Keep an eye on the number of "Likes" your submission receives while you wait for the cut off date (16 August 2010). Each "Like" counts as one vote, and you are welcome to get your friends in on the voting (just give some serious thought to who you'll be taking with you!)
  • The top ten entries, in video and picture categories, based on "Like"-tallies at the end of the entry period, will be screened and judged, in-house, and winners from each category chosen.

The winner from each section will receive a half-board, four-day Safari Tour for two at a South African National Park, with all South African flights and transfers included.

So let us see how you've captured Africa, and you could be on your way right back to the capture site for a second pass, on us! All entries must be taken from inside or around any South African National Park property, so go wild!

* Winning entrants from destinations outside of South Africa are still eligible, but are liable for their own international flights, as well as visas and other relevant documentation - will not be held accountable for these.

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