Brides has teamed up with Cap Maison to give one lucky couple the trip of a lifetime to St Lucia - voted the Caribbean's Leading Honeymoon Destination at the 2017 World Travel Awards.
Spend seven nights in a stunning Ocean Villa Suite with its very own rooftop pool and terrace! This luxury boutique resort is designed in a Spanish Caribbean style, with three acres of tropical landscaped grounds, as well as beachfront and clifftop restaurants with food and views to take your breath away.
You'll be treated to so many special extras as part
of this amazing prize, starting with two bottles of Champagne to be
enjoyed in your suite and on Rock Maison - a private deck
surrounded by the sea. Then take
a relaxing sunset cruise on the resort's motor yacht, as well as two more island excursions. Explore the world's only drive-in volcano, climb one of the Piton Mountains or feel completely exhilarated as you zip-line across the rainforest canopy. Or perhaps you'll just flop onto Cap Maison's secluded beach or dive beneath the turquoise waters to see vibrant marine life, before finishing off with a heavenly couples' massage at Spa Maison - another inclusion in this fabulous prize.
And if the perfect honeymoon isn't quite enough, couples can also get married on the clifftop at Cap Maison as part of four different packages, including an option to hire the entire resort exclusively. Wedding-moon in paradise? Sounds like the dream! Enter now to WIN! For more information about the resort, visit capmaison.com. For more about St Lucia, visit saintluciauk.org.
To enter: answer the simple question below by 22nd March 2018.
PRIZE INCLUDES: Seven nights on a full-board basis in an Ocean Villa Suite with rooftop pool and terrace * Return British Airways World Traveller flights * Transfers in St Lucia* One Sunset Cruise on Cap Maison's luxury motor yacht * One hour couple's massage treatment at Spa Maison * One bottle of Champagne in the suite * One bottle of Champagne at Rock Maison * Two island excursions
Terms and conditions: Entry is restricted to persons aged 21 or older and resident in the UK or Republic of Ireland who are not employees of Condé Nast Publications Limited or in any way connected with the promotion. No employee, agent, subcontractor or director of Cap Maison or St Lucia Tourism Authority, nor anyone connected with the competition, nor any member of such person's family, is eligible to enter. The organisers reserve the right to verify the eligibility to enter. One entry per household. The winner will be chosen at random from all correct entries received by 22nd March 2018. Condé Nast Brides is not responsible for late or lost entries. The winner will be notified within 14 days of the draw. If the winner cannot be contacted within 30 days, an alternative winner may be chosen. All travel must be booked a minimum of 30 days prior to travel, subject to hotel and flight availability. Travel must be taken by 19th December 2018 and all dates are subject to availability. The prize cannot be transferred, exchanged for cash or used against another holiday, hotel or airline. Passengers must travel together and the flights and accommodation must be taken in one trip. All extra incidentals including additional spa treatments, entrance fees to tourism sites, additional meals, laundry and beverages etc. must be paid for directly by the prize winner. Transfers to and from the departure point in the UK, gratuities and personal expenses are not included. Prize is not valid in combination with any other offer or promotion. Travel insurance, any airport fees and taxes are not included in the prize. It is the responsibility of the individual passengers to ensure they have travel insurance cover, valid passports and inoculations prior to their journey. Visa applications for entry into countries requiring them for certain passport-holders must be obtained prior to travel. Once the flight tickets are issued, no changes can be made to the booking and no routing changes are permitted. The editor's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The promotion will be governed by English Law.