Free stays for life in Scotland
If you can prove that ‘Nessie’ exists
It’s a decades-old theory that continues to baffle the public, but according to new research from geneticists in New Zealand, there is ‘one plausible theory’ that could explain the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster!
In response to this news, we have decided to offer free stays in holiday cottages in Scotland for life to anyone who can deliver proof that the Loch Ness monster is in fact real!
Just recently, the islands of Skye, Arran and Mull were voted among the ‘UK’s best islands’ to visit. Together with the more well-known destinations such as Edinburgh, The Highlands and Loch Lomond, a steady stream of holidaymakers are already heading to Scotland.
Obtaining proof that the Loch Ness monster exists will only serve to boost the country’s appeal further, and provide just another reason to visit the beautiful Scottish Isles.
We will be reviewing the submitted evidence on a case-by-case basis, and the first 20 people to send in satisfactory proof will receive free stays in Scotland for life!
All submissions will be considered, however, we are particularly interested in receiving video footage, high-res photographs, and corroborating eyewitness accounts.
Receiving independent eyewitness accounts from the same sighting, from people who have no knowledge of each other is also very important to us.
Your free stays in Scotland for life starts here
The first 20 people to provide indisputable proof will be able to choose from a selection of holiday residences in Scotland listed on our website. Each person will be entitled to up to five stays a year. Selected dates will be approved based on the availability of each property.
If you have proof that Nessie exists please submit it below, along with your contact details.
Matt Fox, CEO and co-founder of Snaptrip.com, said,
“The tale of the Loch Ness monster has been a mystery for centuries, so it was very exciting to hear about the news of new findings from the geneticists in New Zealand.
“We have 6,000+ properties in Scotland and send more than 15,000 customers on holiday there each year. Therefore, we want to get our hands on as much evidence as possible to prove that the monster is real and give our customers yet another reason to visit the beautiful Scottish Isles. If you have any proof, please get in touch and let us know!”