Intrepid Travel is offering up to 25 per cent off select Antarctica voyages right through to the 2023 season – for tours booked before 31 March 2021.
“We are continuing to see strong demand for bucket list locations for 2022 and 2023, with Antarctica being at the top of the list for many Australians,” Sarah Clark, managing director APAC at Intrepid Travel, said.
“Having the opportunity to encounter unique experiences such as travelling with WWF whale scientists and kayaking through the pristine wilderness is really opening our customers up to dreams of future travel adventures.”
On these carbon offset expeditions, travellers will be led by experts through the most remote parts of the world, stepping foot on untouched, pristine lands while viewing penguins, whales, birds and seals in their natural habitats.
The limited-time offer includes:
Best of Antarctica (11 days)
An extended version of Intrepid’s classic Antarctica cruise, this tour gives travellers an extra day on the Antarctica Peninsula. Explore ice-filled bays and channels as well as Antarctica itself on Zodiac excursions and by foot, spotting breath-taking scenery and majestic wildlife.
Now priced from $9,596 per adult in a category 5 (twin window) room.
(Was $11,995 per adult)
WWF Giants of Antarctica (11 days)
In partnership with World Wildlife Fund, travel with Dr Ari Friedlaender and a team of researchers in peak humpback whale season, travellers get the chance to learn about state-of-the-art whale research techniques and marine conservation.
Now priced from $13,350 per adult in a category 4 (twin porthole) room. (Was $15,705 per adult)
Antarctic Whale Journey (11 days)
On this tour, follow whales as they migrate south for the winter, also increasing the likelihood of spotting orcas and mink, spend your extra time exploring the rest of what the Great White Continent has to offer.
Now priced from $13,350 per adult in a category 4 (twin porthole) room.
(Was $15,705 per adult)
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