One of the 2013 Traveler Photo Contest finalists

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One of the 2013 Traveler Photo Contest finalists
Cheetahs jumped on the vehicle of tourists in Masai Mara national park, Kenya.

Enter + Win: @NatGeoTravel Photo Contest

The clock is winding down on this year’s National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest, and we’re excited to see who takes the grand prize. The deadline is approaching on June 30, but there’s still plenty of time to throw your hat in the ring.

Enter today!

The prizes: The grand-prize winner will earn two spots on an 8-day trip to Alaska’s Inside Passage with National Geographic Expeditions to experience—and document—some of the most spectacular wildlife on Earth.

Other prizes include an intensive 5-day Santa Fe photography workshop, a 6-day cruise for two on a windjammer schooner in Maine, and $200 gift certificates to B&H Photo.

Best of all, the ten prize-winning photos will appear in the year-end issue of Traveler magazineTraveler magazine and on the National Geographic website!

The categories:

  • Outdoor Scenes
  • Sense of Place
  • Spontaneous Moments
  • Travel Portraits

The deadline: June 30, 2014

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The cost: $15 per entry

So what are you waiting for? Read the rules and fine print, check out last year’s winners for inspiration, then submit your best travel photos today for a chance to show off your talents in a big way.

See all the photos that have been submitted so far and vote for your favorites at NationalGeographic.com/TravelerPhotoContest.

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