Audley Blog Challenge Winner Announced!

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This July, we teamed up with Audley Travel to help them find a new brand ambassador . We asked bloggers to share an article detailing their most memorable wildlife experience for the chance to win an African safari for two to report back on.

Each entry was judged based on the values they displayed, their writing style and tone, and also their photography ability. You can see all of the entries we received by searching #AudleyBloggerChallenge on Twitter.

‘With nearly 50 entries in total, choosing a winner was incredibly difficult, especially as the quality was so high.

We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who took the time to enter. If you weren’t successful this time, please do keep your eyes peeled for any other opportunities as we are keen to work more with the blogger community in the future. The #AudleyBloggerChallenge has put plenty of new faces on our radar.

The winner…

Congratulations to Heather Cole for her winning article ‘Prowling lions and noble warriors’.  Read Heather’s article on her Conservant Traveller blog here.

Heather will be spending seven nights in Kenya staying at three Hemingways Collection properties.

Well done to everyone who entered, we thoroughly enjoyed reading your entries.

You can still win! 

If you’re a keen photographer or videographer, you could still win an Audley safari in their latest social media campaign. Here’s how:

Audley Travel have just launched their summer campaign #AudleySafari which is open to all UK residents. To enter, post your best wildlife photograph or video on Instagram or Twitter and include #AudleySafari and @AudleyTravel. You can also post your photo or video directly on the Audley Travel Facebook page here: here.

Photographs and videos can be from anywhere in the world but they must only showcase animals in the wild and not in captivity.

View the full competition details here here

 

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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