Win a Holiday in the Brazilian Rainforest
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|Rainforest view. If you are the lucky winner, you and a friend could experience this fantastic scenery for yourselves - this is the view from the REGUA lodge.|
...and Help Support Wildlife Conservation
Thank you to everybody who entered the Brazil holiday competition. Approximately 80p per SMS sent and £1.37 per phone call has been given the WLT to support our conservation projects around the world. The lucky winner, selected at random from all SMS, phone and email entries, will be announced soon.
This competition has now closed. Read about the winner's experience staying in the Atlantic Rainforest .
Courtesy of Trips Worldwide and promoted by Express Newspapers, you have the chance to win the experience of a lifetime: A trip to the Brazilian rainforest for two people.
The prize includes:
- Three nights' half board in the bustling metropolis of Río de Janiero with tour of the city.
- Two nights’ full board at the REGUA reserve lodge, where guides, tours and facilities are included.
- All air fares and transfers.
The lodge at REGUA is surrounded by lush Atlantic rainforest and wetlands, and complete with swimming pool, air conditioning, and en-suite bathrooms. After a day exploring the jungle, visitors can relax on the verandah, enjoying the spectacular views of the rainforest and the tropical birds feeding in the garden.
How to Enter
This competition has now closed.
Text WLT EXPRESS followed by your name and address to 87050 to enter the promotion. Texts cost £1.50 plus standard network charges. The WLT will receive approximately 80p per SMS sent.
Alternatively, call Express Newspapers on 0906 751 3069 and leave your name and address details. Calls cost 75p per minute from BT landlines (average duration 2.5 min). The Express will donate 55p per minute to the World Land Trust.
You can enter as many times as you like - each SMS or call helps raise money for conservation. Winners will be selected at random from all entries received by midnight on Friday September 15, 2006.
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