Africa Adventure Consultants and South African Tourism Announce New Make-a-Video Contest to Promote South African Safaris for Family Vacations
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) November 16, 2012
A lion searching in darkness, penguins in winter and summer, and a leopard taking on a hippo are a few of the pet videos currently entered in the brand-new Monkey See, Monkey Do African Safari Contest from Africa Adventure Consultants in cooperation with South African Tourism and South African Airways. Households enter to win the safari splendid reward by sending a short video by January 31, 2013 of children acting like a preferred pet they may see on safari in South Africa. Households could also learn about South Africas varied wildlife and society and win once a week prizes by getting in the Monkey See, Monkey Do African Safari Contest Test, where they respond to family-friendly once a week concerns to gain African wildlife videos, publications and games.
The hidden goal of the contest is to introduce households to South Africa as an impressive household vacation destination, states Kent Redding, co-founder and president of Africa Adventure Consultants. Unlike some household travel where moms and dads suffer with it so the kids could enjoy, the fantastic part of an Africa safari with children is everyone enjoys, includes Redding, who took his two sons to South Africa over their last summertime vacation.
The Monkey See, Monkey Do grand reward is a 10-day family safari for 4 to South Africa and consists of air travel from JFK or Washington Dulles on South African Airways, luxurious accommodations in lodges and hotels, and meals. The schedule includes a stay at Cape Towns Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront with family-friendly city tours, a Table Mountain cable auto excursion, a see to the Two Oceans Fish tank and a township go to with a regional artists drumming experience. Winners will then have two days at Grootbos Private Nature Reserve on the well-known Garden Path including beach enjoyable, treasure hunts and horseback rides, caving and nature hikes, and penguin viewing and whale watching (seasonal). Guests will finish at intimate Etali Safari Lodge in Madikwe Game Reserve for multiple game drives and the possibility to see preferred African wildlife such as lions, elephants and giraffes up close.
The Top 25 video entries as picked by on-line voting will be seen by a panel of judges, who will identify the grand reward winner based on many quality, imagination and humor. The marvelous prize safari winner will be revealed on or about February 15, 2013. Candidates must be 18 to get in or have reached the age of bulk in their legal state of residence. Otherwise, they could get in with adult permission and an adult email address or Facebook account. Videos can be uploaded on Facebook or on the Monkey See, Monkey Do African Safari Contest website, through YouTube or Vimeo. Complete contest information and guidelines are offered on the contest internet site.
South Africa is a perfect household vacation location with exceptional family-friendly accommodations that accept children of all ages and throughout a broad variety of budget plans. Numerous hotels and lodges offer swimming pools along with tasks made with families in mind. Families could swim with penguins, see a monkey refuge, take a cable auto up Table Mountain, ride ostriches, zipline, go on safari and even more. Finally, South Africa provides plenty of malaria-free safaris for those who choose not to take anti-malaria medication. For even more ideas and info about South African household safaris, go to the South Africa Tourism website at http://www.southafrica.net. . Business Details: Africa Adventure Consultants is a leading safari business specializing in crafting customized itineraries to 13 nations in Africa, from traditional photo safaris and adventure hiking to luxury honeymoons and family holidays. The personnel at Africa Adventures Consultants has actually lived, worked, and traveled throughout Africa, offering them an insiders perspective on the best ways to produce the best safaris in the continents top locations. AAC provides customized tour planning to Botswana, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Zambia. In addition to creating tailored personal journeys, AAC provides more than 20 group trips, including gorilla safaris in Uganda and Rwanda, Kilimanjaro climbs and migration safaris. For additional details, go to http://www.adventuresinafrica.com. . Media Contact: Darla Worden, WordenGroup Public Relations, darla (at) wordenpr (populate) com, 303.777.0635 . . . . .