My Most Memorable Holiday Destination (Photo Competition)

We would like to see your most memorable holiday photo from past travel. It could be a picture of an amazing hidden location beach or that meal at the holiday restaurant you still talk about to this day.

In the current climate when getting away is restricted, we want to try to get everyone looking back on past travels and maybe even passing on a tip to Go Walkabout followers.

We also want to learn where you will head off to once travel becomes more freely available.

This is my favourite picture from my last holiday to Croatia.

To get the mind thinking of future travel destinations, we will be offering three copies of Lonely Planet’s Where To Go When: the ultimate trip planner for every month of the year.

Where To Go When, is the ultimate trip planner for every month of the year and is a beautifully illustrated book that is both practical and inspiring. For every month of the year it presents 30 recommendations of destinations that are at their best during each month, whether due to their climate, value for money or because there’s a lot going on.

How to Enter

We would like you to submit a photo (or more than one if you like) that you feel sums up the sentiment #mymostmemorableholiday. The creative brief is very open, but the winning photos will be the ones that an independent panel of judges collectively feels best illustrates the fun that travel can be. It could be an image of you and a group of friends ‘dabbing’ on the Inca Trail, a photo of that memorable meal whilst away relaxing on your travels or a photo of you doing something that you’ve always dreamed of doing, and putting a big tick on your ever-increasing bucket list. The photo could have been taken whilst you’re on a UK staycation, or while you were away anywhere in the world. Please see the full terms and conditions at the bottom of the page, plus the entry form. You can also enter on Instagram or Twitter, by tagging your photo with #mymostmemorableholiday

Good Luck!

This one is from the Dutch fort in Galle, Sri Lanka.

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