Your personal invitation: Join Sir Richard Branson in India
Virgin Unite, the non-profit foundation of the Virgin Group, has partnered with wildlife conservation pioneers WildAid to offer a once in a lifetime opportunity to join Sir Richard Branson on a Connection Trip to India. With like-minded entrepreneurs you’ll experience India’s first-ever Formula 1™ Grand Prix and get face to face with the issues surrounding our last remaining tigers on the brink of extinction, with only 3200 remaining in the wild. Alongside Richard and the Government of India, guests will also become Founding Patrons of Virgin Unite’s new tiger conservation initiative and will visit the community supported by this trip.
You and a guest will arrive in New Delhi on October 28th, kick off your F1™ Grand Prix weekend at a welcome event with the Marussia Virgin Racing team, followed by an exciting few days hosted in the Paddock Club ™ VIP hospitality area as you cheer on the team. Then it’s off to Corbett National Park for two days of exhilarating game drives hosted by WildAid India with a special visit with some of the world’s last remaining wild tigers. Over 50 species of mammals call this land home including tigers, leopards, elephants, antelopes, bears, pangolins, langurs, gorals, wild boar, mongoose, buffalo, monkeys, and fox. More than 60 species of birds can also be seen here including heron, eagles, parakeets, junglefowl, turtle doves, vultures, and hawks.
Join Us: With a minimum donation of US$35k
This experience includes:
• Accommodation for two people on a shared room basis
• Transportation within India
• Three nights stay in New Delhi
• VIP F1™ Grand Prix experience
• Two night jungle experience in tiger reserve
• All meals and social activities
Guests will depart on November 2nd and of course, if you would like to extend your trip or visit Kanha National Park, Agra or other excursions we are happy to help with your arrangements.
The net proceeds for this trip benefit WildAid. The Virgin Group and Richard Branson cover the overhead costs for Virgin Unite, so all the net proceeds from your charitable donation will go directly towards tiger conservation in India and we will provide a charitable receipt for this amount.
For more information please email: Tyler MacLeod