Thank you to all of those of you who submitted your photos into our 2020 Photo Contest! We have enjoyed sharing them throughout the year in our brochures and on social media. We look forward to sharing many more as we continue sharing wonderful travel memories together. We invite you to continue sending in your favourite travel photos reflecting the beauty of our world. We love seeing your landscapes, portraits of locals or fellow travellers, interaction with locals, wildlife, historic sites and so much more! Send us your best snapshots for our 2021 Photo Contest for your chance to be featured in our annual calendar and the chance to win the Grand Prize of 2,500 CT Points.
We are excited to announce the winner and runners up of our 2020 Photo Contest. We are also pleased to share some other impressive photos worthy of an honourable mention.
Runners Up 2020
Congratulations to our two Runners Up, Jurgen Pitsch and Bonnie Saveall! Their photos will be featured in our 2022 calendar and they will each recieve a gift of their choice with their photo on it!
Grand Prize Winner 2020
Congratulations to the Grand Prize winner Gwen Morse! Along with being featured in a future calendar, Gwen will also receive 2,500 CT Points to be used on their next group journey with Craig Travel, a gift of her choice with her winning photo on it, and a copy of National Geographic’s Destinations of a Lifetime photo book.
The winning photo by Gwen Morse was taken during a camel ride on our journey to Morocco in October, 2019 at our desert luxury camp near Merzouga.
Craig Group Riding Camels to View the Sunset by Gwen Morse
The first runner up photo by Jurgen Pitsch is of a beautiful sunrise taken on an African journey to the lush Okovango Delta.
Sunrise at the Okavango Delta by Jurgen Pitsch
The second runner up photo by Bonnie Saveall highlights the human connection with nature.
Feeding the Fish - A Young Japanese Girl (in Japan) by Bonnie Saveall
There were many more great photos submitted throughout the year, here are a few more that are worthy of an honourable mention...