Win a Safari trip

10:39 01 June 2012

Win a Safari trip

Win a Safari trip

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Safari is a Swahili word meaning ‘journey’, and it could be you on your own exhilarating safari with a chance to see the Big 5 up close and personal, all thanks to MyOffers.

This once in a lifetime journey will include return flights and accommodation as well as a trip into the wild to see all the spectacular animals in their natural habitats.

You could be eye-balling a rhino in Kenya , rubbing shoulders with a giraffe in Botswana the next or maybe taking in the proud Masai majesty of a pride of lions.

This prize draw closes on Saturday, 30 June 2012 Terms and Conditions

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