You could visit the real-life locations from Game Of Thrones, with a special tour guide in the HBO show’s Bronn.
The character, who was given a knighthood in the programme by King Joffrey, is played by actor Jerome Flynn.
The Whale And Dolphin Conservation (WDC) charity are holding a competition for one lucky fan and a friend to visit Iceland, accompanied by Flynn, where they will tour locations used for the scenes beyond the wall in the TV series.
Flynn said of the competition: “As a passionate campaigner for whale and dolphin protection, I’m thrilled to be able to help WDC and offer someone the chance to join me touring some of the Game Of Thrones locations in this beautiful country, and also the opportunity to see Iceland’s extraordinary wildlife up close.”
He added that it had a been a dream of his to visit the country for a long time. “I was always secretly praying that Bronn would make it North of the Wall,” he said. “Of course that hasn’t happened (yet!) so this trip is very exciting for me, especially as I will have the chance to see the whales in such a spectacular natural environment.”
The winner will also join Flynn on a boat-ride to renowned whale-watching spot. You can enter the competition by making a $10 (£7) donation to the WDC here.
Runners-up will win a variety of other prizes, including tickets to the taping of the Thronecast spin-off show, and WDC t-shirts.
Game Of Thrones will conclude with its eighth season, due to air in 2019. Star Maisie Williams has said filming will end at the end of 2018. “We wrap in December and we air our first episode in April ,” she said.
“That’s a four-month turnaround for these huge episodes. There’s a lot that goes into the final edit. You would not want to rush this season at all. We owe it to our audience and our fans to really do this final season to the best of our abilities.”