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This month our photo challenge will have a wild and extraordinary prize - You have the one-time chance to win a Wilderness safari in Botswana! To enter the challenge and get a chance to win this unforgettable trip, just snap a photo with the theme “My Wilderness”, upload the photo to MyOlympus and keep your fingers crossed.
For this challenge, we would love to see you push your creativity and imagination - be creative whenever and wherever you are. “My Wilderness” can be a variety of anything from macro photography to the wide urban jungle shots.
Get inspired now with our creative videos by Janne & Joonas.
These two are experts in creative photography and they will hand pick the winner for this exciting challenge.
The main prize will be a trip to Africa for two people with Wilderness Safaris, worth up to approx. EUR 15.000.
The prize includes a total of four nights’ accommodation at two of the Wilderness Safari Camps in Botswana (two nights at each camp) for 2 adults on a sharing basis, including all meals, park fees and scheduled daily camp activities. The prize includes round trip flights from EMEA Region to Maun, Botswana transfer to and from the airport and hotel. Detailed information to be found in the Terms & Conditions.
This amazing prize is sponsored by our partner Wilderness Safaris.
Learn more about them and their partnership with Olympus here.
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