Win a trip to Canada, £500 of outdoor gears and 2 GPSMpas 64 devices from Garmin @ Ontario Tourism
Ontario Tourism is offering one lucky winner (and their travelling companion) the trip of a lifetime; an opportunity to experience the great wonder of Wabakimi with the ultimate guide by your side – Ray Mears himself.
Your canoeing adventure starts with a float-plane into the Wabakimi wilderness and under the expert guidance of Ray Mears your paddling journey will begin. Traversing through the park, you might happen upon the elusive woodland caribou, a huge Canadian moose, a beaver, a playful otter or even a majestic wolf.
Whilst enjoying the pristine waterways, you’ll have a chance to drop your line and go fishing and at the end of the day as you sit around the campfire enjoying the sunset, you will swap stories with one of the greatest wilderness experts in the world. This is simply the ultimate adventure. Please see our T&C’s here for full prize details.
One entrant will win a holiday for two to Ontario, Canada, courtesy of Wabakimi Wilderness Outfitters and Ontario Tourism travelling as part of a small group with two other north American prize-winners.
The prize includes: two Air Canada economy-class return flights from London to Thunder Bay (connecting in Toronto) including airport tax; all ground transportation throughout the trip escorted by Ontario Tourism, Ray Mears and local guides, 2 nights accommodation (first and last night) at the Valhalla Inn (Thunder Bay), 1 nights accommodation at Wabakimi Wildwaters Eco Lodge (base camp),4 nights of wilderness camping in Wabakimi Provincial Park (including all camping gear), all meals (7 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 7 dinners), guided tour of Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay, Float Plane adventure from Wabakimi Wildwaters Eco Lodge into Wabakimi Provincial Park aboard Wabakimi Air, five-day guided adventure into Wabakimi Provincial Park with Ray Mears, Becky Mason and Wildwater Nature Tours, Wilderness Travel instruction including paddle and bushcraft skills led by Ray Mears, Wildlife observation and tracking skills led by Ray Mears, Train from Wabakimi Provincial Park to Thunder Bay aboard VIA Rail Canada, 1 x £500 voucher for Cotswolds Outdoor Store, 2 x GPS devices (GPSMap 64) provided by Garmin.
The prize does not include travel insurance, travel between the winners home and the airport, personal expenditure or incidental costs, other than where stated