Win a £10,000 safari holiday of a lifetime with the EDP
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You could be jetting off on a £10,000 safari to South Africa in September this year.
The winners will experience one of the world's most beautiful cities, some startling exotic scenery – and get up close to some of the giants of the animal kingdom.
The competition, in association with the Zoological Society of East Anglia (ZSEA), owner of Africa Alive! at Kessingland and Banham Zoo, will see a family of four jet out to stunning South Africa for an 11-day holiday of a lifetime.
Two adults and two children will fly to Cape Town and enjoy nine nights in carefully chosen accommodation followed by two nights in the privately-owned Garden Route Game Lodge, fully escorted by an experienced tour manager.
Along the way, the winners will discover and explore spectacular Cape Town, sandy Indian Ocean shores, the plain of the 'Little Karoo' and the rolling grassland home of Africa's 'Big Five' game – lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, and Cape buffalo – before finally taking in some of the world's finest vineyards.
The competition will run in the paper over the next three weeks, closing on January 26, and online.
ZSEA, our chosen competition partner, this year celebrates the 50th anniversary of Africa Alive! The society supports vital conservation work for rhinos in the wild and is actively fundraising for the Save the Rhino International charity.
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Keepers and staff last year raised £2,000 on the Three Peaks Challenge, which will go towards a ZSEA target of £25,000 for the charity.
Africa Alive! is set in 100 acres of Suffolk countryside at Kessingland. Centrepiece of the park is the 'Plains of Africa', where visitors can spot key species of African savannah animals, including graceful giraffes and heavyweight rhinos. During the summer, there is the opportunity to get close to these magnificent creatures with the attraction's Plains of Africa experience, or climb aboard the Safari Roadtrain for a journey around the park.
• Terms & conditions
Texts cost £2 plus standard network rates or enter for free at www.edp24.co.uk/ZSEA or www.eadt.co.uk/ZSEA. Entrants must be 18 or over.
Winners will be selected at random from The Eastern Daily Press and East Anglian Daily Times entries received after the closing date: Midnight
Saturday 26th January 2019. The safari departure date is September 17th 2019 and cannot be moved. Cost of transport to and from the UK
airport are not included. Entries received after the closing date will not be counted but you may still be charged. The promoter's decision is final.
Employees of Archant and ZSEA Africa Alive! and their immediate families and agents may not enter. If you wish to receive details of any other
products or services from Archant Newspapers or their partners, please text INFO at the end of your message.
For full terms and conditions go to www.edp24.co.uk or www.eadt.co.uk. Usual Archant promotion rules apply. Winners will be selected at
random from all entries. The winners will be contacted by phone or email after the closing date. By submitting your details you automatically
authorise Archant Ltd to contact you regarding this competition. Service Provider: JMedia UK Limited, SW4 7BX. Tel: 0207 720 7130.