Win a Trip for 2 to Chile & Antarctica!

I’m so wishing I had a U.S. passport right now because this is a trip I’d love to have a shot at winning for myself! Turbodown is running an amazing travel contest and the grand prize is a trip to CHILE  AND ANTARCTICA!

I’ve never been to Chile nor Antarctica myself, but these are two destinations that I’d leap on in a heartbeat. Some of the highlights of this prize include exploring Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park, camping out in geodesic domes (which remind me of little igloos minus the snow), crossing the Beagle Channel and the Drake Passage, and travelling around the South Shetland islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. All in all it’s a 17-day adventure you won’t soon forget.

 I’ll let the photos below do the talking…

Travel to Chile and Antarctica

The Grand Prize

  • Roundtrip flights for two people from anywhere in the US via LAN Airlines
  • 5 days/4 nights stay in the EcoCamp eco-hotel located within Chile’s Torres Del Paine National Park
  • 10 days aboard a Quark Expeditions Polar Adventure Ship, exploring the Antarctic peninsula!
  • New TurboDown gear from Columbia Sportswear to keep you warm throughout the trip

And that’s not all. TurboDown is also running a daily draw for 30 days, so even if you don’t snag the grand prize, you still have a shot at winning one of their jackets every day for the month of September.

Travel to Chile and Antarctica 2

How to enter

* You can click here to enter the contest. *

The sweepstakes will run from September 1, 2014 to September 30, 2014 11:59 pm EDT.

Like I mentioned, this contest is only open to U.S. residents. That means legal residents of the fifty United States and the District of Columbia who are at least eighteen years old and the age of majority in state of residence at the time of entry.

Best of luck to everyone and hopefully one of my American readers will snag the prize! 😉

Have you ever been to Chile or Antarctica?
Feel free to share your highlights and make us drool in the comments section. 

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  1. says: Hannah Wasielewski

    I’ve been entering this contest everyday! The value of the prize is worth over $20,000, crazy. Good luck to everyone entering!

  2. says: Rachel of Hippie in Heels

    wow what a great prize! I’ll be entering although not sure if the timing would even work out- who knows maybe I’d fly back to the US for this 🙂

  3. says: Kait

    Ooooo this would be amazing to win! What an excellent prize. South America is a place VERY high on my Bucket List to check out.

    Good luck to everyone else entering as well 🙂

    Kait xx

    1. says: Ryan Biddulph

      As a US citizen Rika, let me tell ya, it hasn’t hurt me, and it’s kinda fun to be from there lol 😉 There’s plenty of nice ones of us, and the US is a pretty neat country to have grown up in….Cheers!

  4. says: Ryan Biddulph

    Hi Audrey,

    Absolutely awesome. I’m in.

    Even though I’m all over the world – in Fiji right now – I’ll gladly fly back to the US to fly out, because Antarctica, and the southern part of South America, are 2 spots on my travel list. I’ve not hit SA much except for Peru and the southern part, especially Patagonia, really intrigues me.

    Fab pics, so stunning. The clean, pristine nature of Antarctica is a sight to behold. Thanks so much for sharing.

    I’ll tweet this through Triberr.

    Have a great day Audrey.


  5. says: Michaela

    I had the opportunity to go to Torres del Paine while I was studying in Chile. It does require some physical and mental preparation, but it’s full of constant beauty that feels unreal. You’ll walk for four hours and walk through five different climates. Hold onto your hat, though, ’cause it can get pretty windy. Suerte!!

  6. says: Nichelle @ Airline Miles Experts

    Two things make me feel bad now. First, I’ve never been to Chile or Antarctica. Second, I’m not a US citizen. 🙁
    Best of luck to all qualified, though. That is definitely a prize of a lifetime.

  7. says: Danielle

    I would die if I won. I’ve only entered three times but it would be such a great experience! Antarctica is on my bucket list and my husband and I were actually going to stay at the same Eco-camp in Patagonia for our honeymoon, but we went to Costa Rica instead. Good luck to everyone 🙂

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