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Win an Intrepid trip to Egypt with the Nomading Film Festival

If you've ever dreamed of traveling by camel, visiting the iconic Pyramids, dining with Nubian locals in a traditional village, cruising along the Nile on a felucca, or bargain hunting in Cairo's souqs; it's time to pick up your camera and start shooting.

The adventure experts at Intrepid Travel have teamed up with Brooklyn's Nomading Film Festival to offer an extensive 8-day Egyptian tour to NoFF's winning submission. Don't have any video experience? Not to worry - NoFF still wants to see your stories! The festival encourages people of all levels of filmmaking to submit so long as it's under 15 minutes, non-fiction, and uploaded before April 30th (upload here).

Audiences will vote in five categories: 1) The trip I wish I was on, 2) The trip I'm glad I wasn't on, 3) The nomad(s) I want to travel with, 4) The most enlightening trip, and 5) Simply put, that trip makes me want to travel, now!

So pack your camera, get out on the road, and find a great story that needs to be shared and you could be on your way to the Land of the Pharaohs.

[Photo by scribs]

Filed under: Africa, Egypt, United States, Video, Budget Travel

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