#UOBIGSMALLTHINGS: WIN THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIMEApril 21, 2016
To celebrate the launch of inspirational travel journal, Do Big Small Things, we’ve teamed up with our pals at Feels and G Adventures to send you and a friend on an incredible 15 day Ganges river cruise through India.
India’s most spiritual river, the Ganges is home to cultures and communities largely untouched by tourism. Explore remote towns and villages that line the banks of the Ganges and experience idyllic rural India. From visiting Buddhist monasteries and colourful silk markets to discovering palace ruins and ancient forts, we can’t help but have the Ganges pegged as number one on our destination wishlist.
Whether you’re lounging on the sun deck watching out for dolphins, lazily sipping lemonades, or exploring historic battlegrounds, the Ganges river cruise is the ultimate holiday experience.
Hearing anything you don’t like the sound of? We thought not.
What’s up for grabs?
- Return flights to the value of 750 GBP per person
- 15 day Ganges river cruise for two
- £500 to spend online at www.urbanoutfitters.co.uk
How to enter:
You don’t have to be diving the Great Barrier Reef or trekking in the Himalayas to find beauty in this big, crazy world.
To enter, simply upload a photo or video via the Feels app, of you in your most inspiring place. Don’t forget to style up your favourite UO look to really stand out and be sure to hashtag your image #UOBigSmallThings in the Feels app.
To find the Urban Outfitters profile on Feels, click ‘discover’ on the app, tap into Urban Outfitters and click ‘enter’ to submit your photo.
The winners will report on their trip for the UO Blog and social channels.
Competition closes 19th of June 2016
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