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Win the ultimate commission: to shoot for National Geographic Traveller!
Are you a dab hand with a camera? Do your Facebook friends sigh with envy as you post your images? Then we want to see your top travel shots and videos. If you think you’ve got what it takes to shoot for National Geographic Traveller, this is the perfect opportunity to get your foot in the door. And this year we’ve launched a clutch of new categories to attract photographers, both amateur and professional, from video and mobile to portfolio.
Grand prize winner: Tanzania
Win an exclusive five-night stay in the heart of the Serengeti for two people, courtesy of luxury travel specialist Carrier and Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti.
Specialising in holidays to Sri Lanka, Southeast Asia, India and the Maldives, Experience Travel Group will take you and a guest on a fascinating week’s trip to Vietnam, where you can explore and shoot the captivating city of Hanoi and experience their signature tour of this high-tempo capital.
Portfolio winner: Vietnam
You’ll spend three nights at the luxury boutique Mövenpick Hotel Hanoi, just five minutes from the Old Quarter, before heading for five nights at the five-star Mia Resort Nha Trang, located on a quiet bay, with an infinity pool and the award-winning Xanh Spa. Premier Economy flights on Vietnam Airlines’ brand new Dreamliner aircraft — the only nonstop flights from the UK to Vietnam — are also included.
Mobile winner: Abu Dhabi
Embark on a four-day journey to the Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island Al Sahel Villa Resort, in the heart of the Arabian Wildlife Park, Abu Dhabi.
Photography winner: Iceland
Join Tatra Photography for one of the most unique aurora photography tours you’ll ever experience.
Video winner: Italy
Inghams Italy is providing a three-night city-break to the volcanic island of Ischia in the Bay of Naples for the Video category winner and their plus one, staying at the five-star Hotel Excelsior Terme inclusive of flights from Gatwick to Naples and return transfers.