Explore the most isolated places in the world. Enjoy a huge variety of unique wildlife species like nowhere else on earth. Lying just off the western coast of South America, the Galápagos archipelago is hard to get to and yet the lucky few get to vacation in this remote and isolated paradise.
The best way to explore these magnificent islands is on a cruise, and Galapatours are giving away a cruise on one of the best cruise ships to float upon these unique waters.
What you could win
Galapatours are celebrating wildlife and luxury cruising around the Galapagos by giving away a Galapagos Cruise on board the Luxury Trimaran CAMILA, one of the most desirable ships in the Galapagos. This cruise is the “4 Days: San Cristóbal & Floreana” (including a visit to the island where The Galapagos Affair played out).
The prize value is a huge $6,780 and this competition is open to residents worldwide.
How to enter
The competition is based around the movie: “The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden”, a fascinating documentary portrait of a 1930s murder mystery as strange and alluring as the famous islands themselves.
To enter the competition, you need to solve our very own “mystery” by answering quiz questions. Everyone who gets all the answers correct by 15:00 UTC on 10th January 2020 will be entered into a prize draw to win a fantastic naturalist cruise for two people to the islands – including a visit to Floreana, scene of The Galapagos Affair. You can enter the competition here.
25 lucky runners up will also receive a free copy of this fascinating movie to keep, either on DVD or digital download.
Terms and Conditions Worth Knowing
The closing date for entries is 15:00 UTC 10th January 2020.
The winner may select any dates available on their website for their cruise in 2020, with the exception of Christmas and New Year.
The prize is for two passengers sharing a cabin.
The Prize does not include: travel to/from Galapagos Islands; accommodation, other than your stay on board Camila; crew gratuities; alcoholic and bottled beverages; National Park entry fees and other applicable charges; travel insurance.
See all the terms and conditions and privacy information here.
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