The first prize Includes:
Four return (economy) Royal Air Maroc flights from London Heathrow subject to availability. Travel must be completed by 15th December 2012. Dates of travel are subject to availability and exclude the peak periods such as Christmas, Easter, Bank Holidays and school half term holidays. The prize does not include any taxes, fees and airport charges that may apply
Four nights accommodation with bed and breakfast for a family of four in Le Nid, valid until the end of 2012 subject to availability and blackout dates apply. Also includes a half day Walking Tour of the Medina in Marrakech. There is an option to pay an additional 25 Euros per person to upgrade to full board with a personal chef
The prize is non-transferable and non-refundable. No cash alternative will be offered. All incidental expenses are the responsibility of the prize-winner. Prize does not include: personal spending money; or personal travel insurance. The winner should purchase personal travel insurance prior to travel and ensure they have a valid passport and relevant vaccinations.
The competition is open to residents of the UK. Entrants must be over the age of 18. The competition is not open to employees of Families Worldwide, Sanssouci Collection, Royal Air Maroc or Absolute Publishing Ltd, or their families. Closing date is the 24th February 2012. The promoter is Absolute Publishing Ltd, 197-199 City Road, London, EC1V 1JN. Winners will be notified within 21 days of closing and details of the competition winners will be published in the Mar/Apr edition of National Geographic Traveller (UK) 2012.
All entrants are automatically opted into receiving further correspondence from National Geographic Traveller (UK), its publisher Absolute Publishing Ltd, Families Worldwide, Sanssouci Collection, Royal Air Maroc and selected third parties unless otherwise stated on the online form.
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