Project Getaway – this month’s top entries

Posted on 1 November 2013

Project Getaway, the travel film competition that’s rewarding this year’s top travel video with R20 000 towards a choice holiday from Getaway Travel, is now in its fourth (and penultimate) month. We’ve received an incredibly diverse mix of videos, from wildlife to beach holidays, bush treks, extreme sports and more, all shot and edited by readers from across the globe.

This month’s entries include snorkelling in Mossel Bay, a photo collage of the SLow Living Baviaanskloof Cycle Tour as well as a glimpse into the Tankwa Karoo. Don’t forget to enter your videos before 30 November to stand a chance to win and in case you’ve missed any, all the top entires from each month are featured on the Project Getaway YouTube playlist, but you can also see the entries by month below.

See the top entries for July here


See the top entries for August here


See the top entries for September here


Find out how you can win R20 000 towards your next holiday by submitting your video to Project Getaway here


Road tripping through the Karoo

Henning Gawrisch took a long weekend trip along the R355 to the Tankwa Karoo National Park and back to Cape Town. No water, no electricity, no reception. Just a lot of silence, time to relax and breathtaking views of the night sky while stargazing.


Swimming near Santos, Mossel Bay

Aubin de Jongh finds beauty underneath our own waters in Mossel Bay, Western Cape.


The Slow Living Baviaanskloof Cycle Tour

Geoff Spiby spent five days cycling through the Baviaanskloof, staying in guesthouses and camping along the way with all meals provided, is a great way to see a beautiful part of our country, plenty of time to explore kloofs and hiking trails along the way and spend quality time with friends.


The fluffy and the furious in the Kgalagadi

Henning Gawrisch found the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park packed with animals of all sizes. Most fascinating, was the fluffy and the furious that you find right in front of you while you try to spot the leopard hidden in one of the million bushes and trees.


A month in South America

Tom Austin and Kelly and are recent graduates from the University of Nottingham, UK. Before getting down to business and finding jobs they thought they’d better see some of the world. Relatively undiscovered amongst their age group, South America was the choice and so on the 23rd September they jetted off.

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