Once: Win a week in exotic India

Your chance to win seven nights of relaxation at SwaSwara courtesy of Wellbeing Escapes and Jet Airways
Get away from it all at the peaceful resort of SwaSwara, which overlooks the beautiful Indian beach of Om, on the coast of Karnataka. SwaSwara, which translates from the Sanskrit as Sound of Self, is a 26-acre haven nestled among the serene surroundings of paddy fields and coconut groves. Here guests are encouraged to leave their busy lives behind and immerse themselves in rest, relaxation and reflection.
Our lucky prizedraw winners will travel to India courtesy of spa and wellbeing holiday experts Wellbeing Escapes, flying to Goa with Jet Airways, Indias premier airline. Jet Airways departs daily from London Heathrow to Delhi and twice daily to Mumbai, offering the very best service with an in-flight menu by the Bombay Brasserie and Michelin-starred chef Yves Mattagne. Wellbeing Escapes provides a unique personal service, expert guidance and advice, with a range of spa and wellness holidays to some of the most stunning locations in the world.
The prize
Seven nights for two in a SwaSwara Garden Villa with full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
Wellness consultation with an Ayurvedic doctor, six-day Ayurvedic programme up to two hours of treatment per day as prescribed by the doctor
Access to daily classes in yoga, meditation, pranayama (breathing control), yoga nidra (yogic sleep), morning nature walks
Complimentary morning bird-watching walks with resort naturalist
Complimentary cooking lessons (Ayurvedic or local dishes)
Free activities guided treks, half-day excursions, archery, mountain biking
Return flights to Goa with Jet Airways, plus return transfers from Goa airport




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