To enter the Snap & Sail Photo Contest
Post a destination photo from recent or past travels to a public Instagram account - the image must be in one of Azamara's current or upcoming destinations
Include the following hashtags #AzamaraContestEntry and #SnapandSail
In the caption, tell us what you love about the destination
Departing from Buenos Aires on December 8, 2019, the voyage will sail to ports along the pristine seashore of Uruguay and Brazil. The content creator will experience a performance at the historic Solis Theater in Montevideo during Uruguay's traditional carnival celebration. While in Rio de Janeiro, they will take a scenic train ride through the rainforest to the top of Corcovado Mountain, which boasts the famous Christ the Redeemer statue as well as give travelers a 360-degree view of the area's scenic cityscape and paradisiacal beaches. Before the sailing concludes, the winner will get an up-close view at the world's largest non-migratory sea lion colony in Punta Del Este, Uruguay.
The contest begins August 19, 2019 at 400pm EDT and ends August 26, 2019 at 530pm EDT. The winners will be randomly selected and announced no later than September 2, 2019. There is no purchase necessary and the contest is open to the US and the UK only. In addition to the South America voyage, the winner will be awarded with a voyage of choice, based off availability, and also includes one round-trip flight**. To learn more about Azamara, the Snap & Sail Photo Contest and the contest rules, please visit www.azamara.com/world-photo-day-contest
In addition to the 13-Night Tango, Salsa & Samba Voyage, Azamara offers additional sailings to South America, including the 15-Night Chilean Fjords Voyage. Departing on February 4, 2020, travelers will have the chance to sail along the stunning coastlines of Chile, Argentina, the Falkland Islands and Uruguay. Making stops in Patagonia, naturalists will have the chance to kayak and fly fish while in port at Puerto Chacabuco, Chile. In the Falkland Islands, guests will marvel at the extensive King Penguin population at Volunteer Point. Debarking in Buenos Aires - often considered the Paris of South America - passengers looking for complete immersion into Argentine culture can dance the day away with a personal tango lesson.