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Win The Ultimate Antarctica Photography Safari

Win The Ultimate Antarctica Photography Safari - It's your last chance to win a once in a lifetime trip to Antarctica.

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Andy Rouse

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Paramo are giving you the chance to win the ultimate Antarctica photography safari, worth £7995. The competition is open until 27 March 2017.

Explore this incredible area of the world accompanied by photographer Andy Rouse as expedition leader and photography advisor. Alongside Andy, expert Andrew James will provide photography critiques and workshops on-board. The itinerary is flexible, devoted to getting the most amazing wildlife experiences and images.

Natural World Safaris are offering the prize of one place on the Andy Rouse Antarctica Photography Expedition worth £7,995.

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Further Info:

  • November departure when Antarctica is at its most stunning with pristine snow cover and penguins seen on ice.
  • Fantastic wildlife sightings including different species of penguin, seal and whale.
  • The opportunity to camp on-shore; be one of few to sleep on the Antarctic Peninsula (if conditions allow).
  • Small Zodiac groups and longer landing times onshore for exploring, in areas often inaccessible on Antarctica cruises.
  • Fully stabilised ship for a smoother Drake Passage, with excellent onboard facilities including email, gym, and on-deck hot tub.
  • Pre-preparation and on board help throughout to ensure every level of photographer from novice to expert gets the most from this safari, thanks to input from Andy and Andrew.

Andy Rouse is one of the top wildlife photographers, with 17 books to his name and a huge worldwide following. Andy presented Animal Planet, a 13-part wildlife photography series for Channel 5, He regularly gives theatre shows, photography workshops and takes clients on expeditions all over the globe. For seven years in a row, he has received commendations and won prizes in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. He travels extensively, often working alone in challenging conditions – and wearing Páramo - and happy to be at one with nature.

See the Paramo website for full terms and conditions. 


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23 Mar 2017 11:15PM
Not much of a prize when it does not include transport between the winnerís home address and Ushuaia in Argentina.

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