In Addo Elephant National Park you have all the elements for a great picture. With Addo’s wide vistas, lush greenery and rich wildlife setting the scene, all that’s missing is your magic touch. Stand a chance to win fantastic prizes when you capture your special moment at South Africa’s third largest national park. By Gaynor Siljeur

The Canon/”My Addo” Moments Competition is looking for the most captivating images of Addo Elephant National Park. The only national park that is home to the Big Seven, Addo is equally famous for large congregations of elephants and dimunitive dung beetles.

Organised by Canon and Katz Camera Warehouse, in collaboration with the SANParks Honorary Rangers Addo Region, the Canon/”My Addo” Moments Competition is offering more than R35,000 in prizes. What’s more, fees from every entry will help fund SANParks conservation work. Entries close 30 April 2019.

MyAddo competition entrant 2010-Addo Elephant National Park-Janine Snyman-1

Picture by Janine Snyman

How to enter

On your visit to Addo Elephant National Park, keep your eyes peeled for that prize-winning moment. Only photos captured between 1 December 2018 and 30 April 2019 will be taken into consideration for the prizes. Remember to indicate where in the park your special moment was captured.

There is a R50 entry fee which includes an A4 print by Katz. Entries are unlimited and all the proceeds will be donated to the SANParks Honorary Rangers Addo Region. The aim of the photo competition is to raise awareness about the biodiversity within Addo and to collect funds for important projects identified by SANParks. You can email your photos to [email protected]

Click HERE for more information on how to enter.

Picture by Lindsay Basson

Amazing prizes

The winning photo will take home a fantastic Canon 80D camera, any photo enthusiast’s dream. The runners up will win accommodation prizes at Addo Elephant National Park and Kuzuko Lodge. Every entrant will also be in line to win super lucky draw prizes from Katz and Heli Pilot.

Closing date: 30 April 2019

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