Turks & Caicos Reservations to Give Away Eight Dream Vacations


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Turks & Caicos Reservations has implemented a series of contests that offer the chance to win various trips to the Turks & Caicos Islands.

The reservation service is giving away eight dream vacations that highlight the islands' natural assets and attractions and include free stays at top resorts.

These interactive contests are an effort to highlight Turks and Caicos as an ideal vacation destination for  families, couples, nature lovers and water enthusiasts.

Contests range from signups for a monthly newsletter to creating a photo caption to answering trivia questions about this destination.

As the most task-oriented contest, potential winners can create and upload a video clip onto Turks and Caicos Reservations’ Facebook page for a shot at the grand prize: a whale watching trip in Salt Cay. This package will include airfare to Providenciales (up to a maximum value of $1,000); seven nights of accommodations; roundtrip airfare between Providenciales and Salt Cay; and a "Spoiled Rotten" massage package from Spa Tropique.

Other prize packages will include these accommodations:

A family getaway at a luxury two-bedroom oceanfront condo at Leeward Resort
A four-night stay in a studio suite at Villa Del Mar
A four-night stay in a studio botanical suite at Royal West Indies Resort 
One bedroom garden view suite at Northwest Point Resort
A week's stay in a two-bedroom premium townhouse at Island Club Grace Bay Townhomes
Three-night accommodation for two in a one-bedroom oceanfront suite at Le Vele Resort on Grace Bay
All contest prizes will include a 50-minute "Double Decadence" couple's massage from Spa Tropique.

Call 877-774-5486 or visit www.turksandcaicosreservations.tc/win.html

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