Calling All Peters And Wendys: You Could Win A Free Trip To Real-Life Neverland
If you couldn’t stop dreaming of exploring the wondrous expanse that is Neverland with your very own Peter Pan as a child, we have some amazing news for you: Neverland is real.
The Film Theorists, an ever-popular YouTube channel, recently debuted a video suggesting that it found the exact location on which J.M. Barrie’s Neverland is based. Using clues from his text, as well as the original 1953 Disney animated film, it believes that Peter and Wendy’s idyllic home is on the Turneffe Atoll off the beautiful coast of Belize.
And now, the Belize Tourism Board is using the breakthrough as a means to welcome new travelers to the Central American paradise. It wants to send a pair of dreamers on a free, five-day vacation to this real-life Neverland.
Sound too good to be true? It isn’t if you and your partner’s names are Peter and Wendy. We know… what are the odds that you would already be living out the “Peter Pan” fantasy in the rest of your life? At least the couple that wins this unbelievable trip will know it’s truly destined to experience the place where time is never planned.
So to all the Peters and Wendys out there, pair up fast and enter to win this trip full of faith, trust and pixie dust by emailing [email protected] by May 14. And then just think of happy things, and your heart will fly on wings, forever, in… Belize.