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Maldives Border Miles has just announced a thrilling lucky draw in conjunction with World Tourism Day 2021. Tourists who register to the program as members until 31st December 2021 will stand a chance to win a holiday worth $7000 (seven thousand US Dollars) in the Maldives.
The package offers a 5-night all-inclusive stay for 2 at You & Me by Cocoon Maldives including return seaplane transfers to and from Velana International Airport.
To celebrate World Tourism Day 2021, revealing our first giveaway worth $7000, a 5 night all-inclusive holiday for 2 at @youandmemaldive.— Maldives Border Miles (@BorderMilesMv) September 27, 2021
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While the whole world is celebrating World Tourism Day, get yourself a chance to win an exquisite trip to the Maldives. To participate in this lucky draw, simply enrol as a member via www.bordermiles.mv by signing and completing the registration. Open for all travellers worldwide, there is also no charge to register as a member of Maldives Border Miles. Each guest can get enrolled only once.
You & Me by Cocoon Maldives is a 5-star private island located in a beautiful, untouched corner of Maldives in Raa Atoll, northern Maldives. It is a first-of-its-kind romantic private island that features a fully submerged, underwater restaurant that gives diners a view of the Maldives’ breath-taking marine environment, as they enjoy a delicious meal. You & Me is also the first Bubbles Island in the Maldives in partnership with the world-renowned Champagne House “Veuve Clicquot”.
The winner will be selected live on social media platforms on 01st January 2022 and the winner will be notified via email.
The promotion will be valid from World Tourism Day 2021 (27th September 2021) to 31st December 2021 (1900hrs GMT).