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Find the Golden Ticket and WIN a Chimu Adventures Antarctica expedition

The expedition operator is celebrating the launch of its new Polar brochure by offering two travel advisors a chance to see Antarctica!

Two random travel advisors will have the experience of a lifetime on an Antarctica expedition with Chimu Adventures in a Willy Wonka-style promotion launched today.

The expedition operator is celebrating the launch of its new Antarctica brochure by inserting a golden ticket into two random brochures sent to two random travel advisors in Australia.

Each golden ticket, to be found by a lucky travel advisors somewhere in Australia, can be redeemed for one berth on the upcoming 11-day ‘Sporting Legends in the Antarctic’ voyage onboard the Ocean Endeavour departing on 27 January 2024.

The round-trip itinerary departs from and returns to Ushuaia in Argentina and will include guest lectures from two of Australia’s greatest sporting heroes – Olympic swimming legend Dawn Fraser and Rugby World Cup winning Wallabies captain, John Eales.

The amazing prize will see winners travel on the MS Ocean Endeavour.

Both legends will share tales from their esteemed sporting careers in special guest lectures during the voyage, which will cross the Drake Passage via the South Shetland Islands and on to the Antarctic Peninsula.

The winning advisors and guests will also enjoy daily landings on Antarctica, zodiac adventures and onboard lectures from Chimu’s Expedition Team, which includes explorers, photography experts, naturalists and adventurers.

Chimu’s 2024 Antarctica brochure is packed with details on upcoming itineraries across a variety of different ships, along with details on the best time to visit, a guide to selecting the right ship and a run-down of what a standard day in Antarctica is like.

The prize is valid for frontline travel advisors only and includes the voyage alone. Flights and incidentals must be covered by the winning advisor.

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Written by: Matt Lennon

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