Win a Safari for Two with Audley Travel

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Win a Safari holiday with Audley Travel

#AudleyBloggerChallenge

Hold on to your safari hats, travel bloggers, have we got a competition for you!

This month, Trips100 is teaming up with Audley Travel to give one travel blogger (and a friend) a truly once-in-a-lifetime safari adventure.

Whether it’s spotting polar bears in their Arctic surroundings, tracking tigers in India’s national parks or searching for the ‘Big Five’ on safari in South Africa, seeing wildlife in their natural habitat is one of the most rewarding travel experiences you can have.

At Audley Travel, responsible tourism is at the forefront of everything they do. The company helps travellers to discover and learn about delicate eco-systems while preserving them for generations to come.

Throughout the summer, Audley Travel will be celebrating some of the best wildlife experiences on offer around the world and they need a Social Media Brand Ambassador to help them do it!

The Prize

Enter our competition and you could win an amazing Audley safari for two to Kenya with stays at three Hemingways Collection properties.

Kenya is considered Africa’s safari capital, and it’s one of the best places on earth to see the  ‘Big Five’ – so keep your eyes peeled for elephant, big cats and rhino.

Your adventure doesn’t end with the safari. You’ll also have the chance to enjoy a few days on Kenya’s beautiful coastline, with white sandy beaches and fantastic snorkelling and paddle-boarding opportunities.

One lucky blogger will be recruited to try out this fabulous adventure and report back to their followers on social media. They’ll also be responsible for helping choose a winner for Audley Travel’s upcoming social media campaign.

How to Enter

To be in with a chance of winning this awesome prize, all you need to do is share a blog post on your website or a YouTube video detailing your favourite wildlife experience.

We’re looking for the most creative entries that show your passion for adventure, a keen interest in travel, and – of course – the ability to capture nature in words and pictures.

This should be posted between the 1st and 31st July and shared on Twitter at least once with the hashtag #AudleyBloggerChallenge and tagging @AudleyTravel @HemingwaysKE and @Trips100.

Your entry should include responsible wildlife experiences only and focus on seeing them in their natural habitat.

Please include the following text at the bottom of your blog post which advertises Audley’s separate (but similar) upcoming social media campaign, if you’re entering via YouTube video, you can  add it to the description:

Win an African safari with Audley Travel by sharing your best wildlife photograph or video on your social media channels. To enter write #AudleySafari and @AudleyTravel on your Instagram or Twitter post or share directly on the Audley Travel Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/audleytravel/. To find out more or enter via the website, visit www.audleytravel.com/social.  Entries must be posted between 20th August – 23rd September.

Don’t forget, within your post, please mention that the post is an entry in to the Trips100/Audley Travel blogger challenge. Please see this page for all terms and conditions.


 

 

Images: DepositPhotos/Audley Travel

Sally is the founder of Trips100, along with several other blogging communities. She's a keen traveller and loves exploring the world with her 9 year old daughter and sidekick, Flea.

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