Volcanoes Photo Competition 2014!!
Volcanoes Safaris is launching a Photo Competition opening on the 20th February and closing on the 20th April. Winners will be announced on the 20th May.
The subject for the submissions will be ‘Wildlife Adventures from Around the World’. The photo competition asks for you to submit your photos of special wildlife adventures. Photos can be of any [...]
VS Announces Competition Winner!
The Volcanoes Safaris Photo Competition has run its course on Facebook, with the winning picture enlarged below gaining over 1,000 likes!
Congratulations to Sasha Cimperman, whose close-up photo of a young gorilla proved the overwhelming winner. Second place went to Justin Sangani’s Lioness in Africa, with third place falling on Emily Butler with her Watching Us [...]
Photo Competition Shortlist Announced!
We’re pleased to announce that the Photo Competition has produced some fine entries and we have been hard pushed to narrow them down to a shortlist of spectacular images, with many more we wish we could have included.
We have selected a shortlist of twenty photographers whose images are now in a special album on our [...]
Volcanoes Launches Photo Competition!
Volcanoes Safaris is delighted to announce the opening of a new photo competition!
The photo competition asks for you to submit your photos of Uganda or Rwanda. Photos can be of anything in the countries so long as they were taken in either Uganda or Rwanda. Gorillas, landscapes, wildlife, birds, people, culture, landmarks and all else [...]
Honeymoon Contest Winners Announced!
After hundreds of entries and several thousand retweets we have finally chosen a winning couple for our much anticipated honeymoon contest!
Arjun Ohri and Ami Dalal are the lucky winners selected at random to win a luxury safari at Kyambura Gorge Lodge, Uganda. The newlyweds will spend four fabulous days at the idyllic lodge that marries [...]
GRASP Seeks Ideas from Bloggers
GRASP (Great Apes Survival Partnership) has started a blog competition asking the general public ‘How Can Technology Save the Great Apes?’ with the winner being awarded an all-expenses paid trip to Paris to attend the 2nd GRASP Council at the beginning of November.
Blog posts eligible for entry are limited to less than 500 words and [...]