22 October 2012 by Alex Stewart
Leading tailor-made travel company Wexas has launched a superb wildlife photography competition, with the chance to win a self-drive tailor-made trip for two to South Africa.
The competition, supported by The Royal Photographic Society, will be judged by the Society, photographer and TV presenter team Jonathan and Angie Scott and Duncan Mills, Deputy editor of Traveller magazine.
Wexas Honorary President and competition judge Jonathan Scott, said:
"We love to travel and bring our favourite moments back."
First prize is an outstanding self-drive tailor-made trip to South Africa for two, which takes in Cape Town, the Winelands, the Garden Route and the game parks of Eastern Cape, home to the Big Five.
To be in with a chance of winning the superb prize, simply upload your best wildlife photographs to http://photos.wexas.com/ before midnight 31 December 2012.
Wexas Online Editor Alex Stewart commented that, "Few places produce holiday itineraries as diverse and inspiring as South Africa - it's a wild and beautiful country with so much to explore, from the dramatic South Atlantic shore of Cape Town, to the game-rich reserves of the Eastern Cape."
"This prize is the perfect introduction to South Africa and showcases many of the country's highlights, including a superb safari, where our photography competition winners can get creative and put their skills into practice."
The runner-up will receive a Canon EOS 650D DSLR camera with double lens kit, meaning they can take their photography as seriously as they like with such an exceptional package.