by Megon Venter
on August 3, 2018
2 min read

A multitude of entries from around the world have been making their way into our Africa’s Photographer of the Year competition. Our current category, Wildlife Portraits has people excited about Africa’s diverse wildlife out on safari. All our category winners are entered into the draw for the grand prize – a nine night stay at three different luxury safari lodges. You may have read our feature on Qorokwe Camp in Botswana but now we focus on our second spectacular destination, Vumbura Plains Camp in the Okavango Delta.

A Plethora of Wildlife

Should you be the talented winner of our grand prize, your stay at this sophisticated camp will include game drives, bush walks and boat tours, all led by knowledgeable guides. The area is abundant with wildlife, offering sightings of elephant, buffalo, leopards and cheetahs that all roam in the surrounds. Find some more photography inspiration for next year’s competition due to the fascinating bird life and greenery that encompass this camp.

Vumbura Plains Camp located in the Okavango Delta where the winner will stay for three nights

The outdoor area
Photo Credit: Vumbura Plains Camp

Luxury Comforts

You’ll be staying in one of 14 tented suites, each raised onto wooden platforms for a breathtaking view of the lush Okavango Delta. The luxury suites are fitted with outdoors showers, private decks and even your own plunge pool. Fine dining is all-inclusive and you are invited to stargaze under clear skies or connect with others around an open fire. Unwind in the enthralling African bush known under your well-deserved title of Africa’s Photographer of the Year.

Win a three-night stay at Vumbura Plains Camp

The luxury tented suites
Photo Credit: Vumbura Plains Camp

Are you inspired to enter our competition? Go to our website to enter our Wildlife Portraits category or wait for the next one to open up. Don’t wait too long though, the entries are increasing and the category prizes are dwindling, so why not enter now and be the next winner of Africa’s Photographer of the Year?