Win a seven-night holiday to Saint Lucia with Tropical Sky
Tuesday 24 September 2013
This competition is now closed.
Forming part of the Eastern Caribbean chain of islands, Saint Lucia is a stunning island with a rich cultural heritage. Its stunning topography includes lush scenery, sun-soaked beaches, idyllic bays, beautiful botanical gardens and sparkling waterfalls – plus the Caribbean's only drive-in volcano, and the magical Piton Mountains – a World Heritage Site.
4* Windjammer Landing
Nestled amongst the striking St Lucian landscape, Windjammer Landing is a captivating resort. With rooms, suites and villas to choose from, this stunning property caters to everyone. Make the most of the six freshwater swimming pools, including two for children, where you can unwind and soak up the unwavering sunshine. Whet your appetite with a choice of five restaurants and three bars, each serving delectable culinary delights and innovative cocktails. And let younger guests take part in a wealth of activities and games with the addition of a great kids club and teen programme.
Indulgence is a top priority here - head to the spa for soothing massages and restorative aromatherapy treatments. The spectacular crescent-shaped beach is ideal for exhilarating watersports and serves as a beautiful backdrop to wedding ceremonies, too - imagine exchanging vows on a pristine white-sand beach. Windjammer Landing fits the bill every time, from intimate nuptials, romantic couples getaways and fun-filled family holidays – a fantastic resort in a sensational location.
Exclusive Reader Offer
If you are tempted by this one-in-a-kind resort, book your holiday today at 4* Windjammer Landing and save up to £380pp. With Tropical Sky's exclusive offer, you can stay for seven nights on an all-inclusive basis at 4* Windjammer Landing from only £1,349pp.
This exclusive offer is valid for stays between 4 May - 23 June 2014. Prices are based on 2 adults sharing an Ocean View room with return flights with British Airways from London Gatwick including taxes and transfers. To book call their holiday experts on 0843 636 7985 quoting 'WINJAM'. For further details on their holidays, visit tropicalsky.co.uk.
Tropical Sky is a specialist in long-haul luxury travel that have been carefully crafting holidays for over eight years for their customers. With an ethos of providing the best unhurried service, they can build a bespoke holiday to meet your every requirement, or find you the best value late-availability holiday to your chosen hotel. They are also fully bonded with the CAA (ATOL 9759).
You can choose from a wide collection of holidays across the beautiful island of Saint Lucia. From family holidays and luxury retreats, to couples-only and self-catering villas, plus all-inclusive resorts and indulgent Spa experiences. You can also plan your overseas wedding with Tropical Sky.
Win a holiday with Tropical Sky
We've teamed up with Tropical Sky to offer one lucky winner the chance to win a fantastic seven night holiday for two to 4* Windjammer Landing in Saint Lucia. The prize includes accommodation on a half-board basis in an Ocean View room including scheduled flights from London and resort transfers. Travel can be taken any time from now until 31 December 2014, except for the school holiday period of Christmas, New Year, Easter and the summer holidays.
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Terms and conditions
There is one prize of a trip to Saint Lucia for two people. The prize includes seven nights at the 4* Windjammer Landing on a half-board basis, with British Airways scheduled flights from London Gatwick, taxes and charges and resort transfers. Travel can be taken any time from now until the end of 2014, except for school holiday period of Christmas, New Year, Easter and the summer holidays. The promotion closes at 17:00 on 25 October, and the winner will be drawn at random from all entries received by Friday 1 November 2013. Entrants must be 18 or over. Open to UK residents only excluding Northern Ireland Tickets are not redeemable for cash, are non-transferrable, non-endorsable and must be used within validity. The prize is exclusive of UK transfers, spending money, travel insurance, passports, visas, meals, baggage allowance outside of airline restrictions, taxes not included in the price of the ticket, travel outside of confirmed itinerary or any costs of a personal nature. Compliance with any health or other government requirements is the responsibility of the prize winner and travel companions. Travel insurance is not provided and the Promoter recommends the prize winner and all travel companions obtain comprehensive travel insurance including medical coverage (at their own expense) prior to travel. When you respond, Independent Print Ltd may use your information to contact you with offers/services of interest. For further information, please write to Customer Care, Room 203b, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5TT. Usual Promotion Rules apply, see independent.co.uk/rules. Promoter: Tropical Sky.
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