Don’t Miss an Opportunity to Win a 13-Night Luxury Stay for Two in the Magical Kingdoms of Bhutan and Thailand Valued at $24,800!
In collaboration with the Amankora resort, Kora Tigers Cycling Team (established in 2012) and the Bhutan Foundation have set a goal to raise $250,000 for the Save the Tigers Fund through the Regional Center for Tiger and Cats Research under the auspices of the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environmental Research (UWICER), Kingdom of Bhutan.
Please consider joining us in our efforts to reach this target by matching our direct riding efforts in the 2017 Tour of the Dragon mountain bike race with a set cash amount per kilometer raced. Help us raise $53,600 through this event!
The first 200 donors to make a donation of $268 (268 km X $1 per km) to the Save the Tigers Fund will be entitled to one raffle ticket per $268 donation. On September 2, at the end of the 2017 Tour of the Dragon race day, Kora Tigers Cycling Team rider and Country Manager of Amankora, Mr. John Reed, will draw the winning raffle ticket!
13-Night Luxury Stay for Two
The Siam Hotel
Two nights, inclusive of breakfast, in a Courtyard Pool Villa, plus a 60-minute massage for two, at the highly acclaimed and award-winning The Siam urban resort in Bangkok, Thailand
The Amankora Journey
An 11-night Amankora journey through Bhutan, which includes accommodations in all five Amankora lodges in Paro, Bumthang, Punakha, Gangtey, and Thimphu; all meals, including house wines, spirits, and picnics; private SUV with guide and driver for all touring, day-to-day excursions, and inter-lodge and airport transfers; complimentary laundry; complimentary 60-minute massage per person over the course of the journey; and assistance with visa processing and reservations on Druk Air.
Not included are daily Bhutanese government tourism royalties of $65 per person per day, FIT surcharges of $30 per person per day, visa fee of $40 per person, and Sustainable Tourism Fund fee of $10 per person. The package includes economy air passage between Bangkok and Paro; however, the cost of other international and domestic air passage is not included.
Make your donation today for a chance to win (the donation is tax deductible for US taxpayers)!
More information on the race itself:
On September 2, 2017, Bhutan will see the 8th running of the Tour of the Dragon, a one-day mountain bike race from Bumthang to Thimphu over 268 km or 166.5 miles, climbing over four mountain passes with a total climbing ascent of 13,100 feet. This race is not only considered one of the most difficult (and craziest) one-day races, but also the most scenic with the Bumthang – Thimphu highway passing through stunning, scenic river valleys, dense, rich pine and cypress forests, terraced farms, and prayer-flag-strewn mountain passes. For more information on the race, please visit www.tourofthedragon.com