STAND A CHANCE TO WIN A LUXURY PHOTO SAFARI AT JAMALA MADIKWE TO THE VALUE OF R70 000 WITH AERIAL AFRICA | JAMALA | OUTDOORPHOTO | HPH PUBLISHING
Buy the new Aerial Art coffee table book online at Aerial-Africa.com or HPH Publishing or at Outdoorphoto before the 29th of January 2021 and stand a chance to win a luxury two-night photo safari at Jamala Madikwe guided by professional wilderness photographers Jan and Jay Roode.
A photographic safari guided by renowned wilderness photographers Jan and Jay Roode, two night’s accommodation for two people sharing at Jamala Madikwe, including all meals and two game drives a day.
HOW TO ENTER:
Buy an Aerial Artbook on-line at:
Buy a book or an exhibition print at Outdoorphoto in Pretoria and enjoy a coffee whilst enjoying the Aerial Art exhibition showcasing images from across southern Africa.
Follow Jamala on Instagram @jamalamadikwesafari
Follow Jamala on Facebook @Jamala.Madikwe
For more information and full terms and conditions available at Aerial Art Jamala Competition– HPH Publishing South Africa
ABOUT JAMALA MADIKWE
Jamala Madikwe is a luxury boutique safari lodge in South Africa’s iconic Madikwe Game Reserve.
Madikwe is currently considered the fifth largest game reserve in South Africa. The malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve is a 75 000-ha region of untamed beauty and offers the Big 5 and Super 7 which include rare Wild dog and Cheetah).
At Jamala Madikwe not only will you experience unsurpassed luxury and award winning cuisine, but will get to experience and photograph a diverse and rich ecosystem with over 130 mammal and 300 bird species and we awed by vast landscapes and breath-taking vistas this unique reserve has to offer.
With only five freestanding luxurious villas. Each slice of paradise is fully air-conditioned and offers superlative luxury and intimate privacy combined with extravagant outdoor facilities which include individual rim-flow pools and salas, expansive wooden decks and private outdoor showers. The Jamala Madikwe villas exude colonial charm perfectly suited to a luxury safari experience.
Twice-daily game drives at dawn and dusk under the photographic guidance of renowned wildlife and wilderness photographers and guides Jan and Jay Roode will form the daily routine of your Safari day. You will witness sunrise and sunset under incredible African skies whilst enjoying the daily animal sightings. A typical game drive lasts approximately three to four hours.
Every vantage point around Jamala offers a chance to capture that dream Safari image. Numerous areas around the lodge will give you access to the private waterhole where a plethora of animals congregate. Photographers will enjoy uninterrupted scenery and endless opportunity to capture Africa’s most impressive species interacting in their natural environment.
MAIN LODGE FACILITIES
Lounge and library with fireplace
Gourmet dining experiences: Boma and Star deck
Complimentary WiFi access
Sofa Safari overlooking the private waterhole
Jamala Madikwe watchtower overlooking the Savannah plains and waterhole
Open air bar
Large Lap pool
Views of our waterhole and open savannah
Lounge with fireplace
Walk-in dressing room
Complimentary minibar and coffee/tea facilities
Private rim flow pool and sala
Outdoor Boma dining area
Romantic watchtower dinner
Star lit pool deck dinner overlooking the Jamala Madikwe waterhole
Award winning cuisine
For more information on Jamala Madikwe please visit https://jamalamadikwe.com/
ABOUT JAY AND JAN ROODE
Flying thousands of hours in their specially modified aircraft, aerial photographers Jay and Jan Roode have spent more than a decade photographing some of the most remote and spectacular wilderness areas of Southern Africa from above.
The continent of Africa has always held an irresistible allure and fascination for them, and they seem content only when free to wander the skies capturing images that invoke a sense of awe to the natural wonders of the region.
Aerial Art, their recently published book is the culmination of a remarkable journey; a vibrant collection of wild and enchanting images that are instantly recognisable by their unique style and approach. Their images convey an intimacy and reverence for the wilderness that reflects their deep passion for the conservation and preservation of the enthralling landscapes they have flown over.
Their photography has been widely published in magazines, including Africa Geographic, National Geographic Travel, Geo, BBC Wildlife, Smithsonian Natures Best, CNN, Wild Travel and the United Nations Environmental Programme publications to name a few. Their images have received commendations in both local and international photographic competitions.
Today Jan and Jay Roode continue documenting Africa from above, and offer bespoke aerial safaris taking visitors to unique locations they have discovered during their travels.