Kuoni #ShareTheWorld competition

Win a luxury round the world holiday with Kuoni’s #ShareTheWorld competition

STW HeaderEver dreamed of going on a round the world trip, jetting off to bustling cities and then later flying into paradise on a private helicopter? Well this fantasy could now become reality thanks to Kuoni’s biggest social media competition to date.

The #ShareTheWorld prize

The competition – in partnership with the Fiji Tourist Board, Virgin Atlantic and Singapore Airlines – takes in Dubai, Singapore, Sydney Los Angeles and also includes a seven night all inclusive stay at the five star Likuliku Lagoon Resort in Fiji, complete with private helicopter transfers.

One person and their very lucky friend will win:

  • Â A three night stay in a deluxe king Arabian Sea view room at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Dubai.
  • Two nights in a Garden Wing room at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore.
  • A two night stay in a deluxe Grand Harbour view room at Shangri-La Hotel Sydney.
  • Seven nights all-inclusive at Fiji’s Likuliku Lagoon Resort (don’t forget the private helicopter transfers!).
  • Three nights at Loews Santa Monica Beach, Los Angeles.
  • All flights and return resort transfers (excluding UK)
  • Lounge access at London Heathrow and Los Angeles/New York
  • £1,000 spending money is included.

How to enter the #ShareTheWorld competition

To enter this amazing competition all you need to do is partner up on Facebook with the person you’d like to take with you, head to Kuoni’s #ShareTheWorld Facebook app and answer five simple questions.

Once you’ve got these right you’ll be entered into the prize draw. Good luck!

 All competition T&Cs can be found on Kuoni’s website.


By day Co-Editor Keri is a freelance journalist and copywriter, but spends most of her free time either travelling or planning her next trip!  A complete travel fanatic, she has a love of tropical climates, wildlife and afternoon tea (hence the creation of her Global Afternoon Tea Challenge!)


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