Adventures of Maldives 2018: stand a chance to win MVR 120,000 for your video
Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC) on Thursday launched the second edition of the Adventures of Maldives (Dhivehi Aahitha) video competition.
Launched last year, the Adventures of Maldives competition is a co-promotional marketing activity aimed at showcasing personally shot video stories of locals and tourists engaging in adventurous activities in Maldives. The videos are expected to have positive promotional value to the Maldives as a tourism destination.
The theme of the competition covers conventional adventure related activities carried out in the Maldives such as scuba diving, island excursions, festivals, free diving, surfing, snorkelling and water sports. Any unconventional adventure related activities that take place in the Maldives are also considered.
Here’s your chance to show Maldives through your eyes! Grab your camera and go win MVR 120000 in prize money. You will showcase your talent to the world through our platforms. Go big and go bold! www.visitmaldives.com/adventures #Maldives #VisitMaldives #AOM2018 #AOMisBack
Posted by Visit Maldives on Thursday, September 27, 2018
Co-sponsored by Euro Store under the Red Bull brand and Tech Street, this year’s edition of the Adventures of Maldives competition will be open for online submission from October 26 to November 26, with voting on Facebook set to go on from November 28 to December 4. Judging will take place from December 10-12, followed by the dissemination of prizes to the winners during the second week of December.
Winners will receive over MVR 120,000 in prize money, while the top 10 videos will be featured on the official Visit Maldives social and online media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. The videos will also be shown at international travel trade fairs.
The inaugural edition of the competition, which was held between October and November 2017, received 46 submissions, with the most popular video getting over 80k videos on Facebook. An independent panel shortlisted and judged the videos that received the most likes and views before selecting the winner and the top 10 videos. The top finalist was awarded MVR 100,000 as prize money.