Win a Holiday to Jordan with National Geographic Traveller – Ends 18/7/14

Win a Holiday to Jordan.

National Geographic Traveller in partnership with, Explore Worldwide, Royal Jordanian Airlines and Visit Jordan  and are offering the opportunity to win a holiday to Jordan, a prize of a 9 day holiday for two.

The Prize.

Included in this prize are return flights from London Heathrow to Amman with Royal Jordanian Airlines. Also included in this prize are:

An Explore Worldwide Lawrence’s Arabia tour that departs on 1st November 2014, this will include bed and breakfast accommodation and travel through Jordan and experienced tour staff.

This will be a a great chance to experience the culture, landscape and people of Jordan.

Who Can Enter?

Employees of Absolute Publishing Ltd, Explore Worldwide, and their group companies, their families, or anyone connected to this prize draw are excluded from entering. This competition is open to residents of the UK aged 18 and over.

Closing Date.

The closing date for this competition is 18 July 2014.

How To Enter For Free.

To be in for a chance to win a holiday to Jordan click on the green button or link below.

This will take you to the free on-line competition entry form.

You then simply enter your details and answer the question on the entry form which is.

What is the Capital of Jordan?

I suggest that you answer Amman.

With a bit of luck, your name will be picked out as the lucky person to win a holiday to Jordan.


Win a holiday to Jordan.

Prize draw competition to win a holiday Jordan with National Geographic Traveller ends 18 July 2014.

prize draw competition to win a holiday to Jordan with National Geographic Traveller ends 18 July 2014

Terms and Conditions.

Before entering I suggest you read the terms and conditions that can be found underneath the competition entry form.

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