Saturday, August 7, 2010
Icebreaker and Ross Sea Voyages
We are now in the depths of the southern winter, the snow is low on the mountains and we had a -5ºC frost here in Christchurch earlier in the week. That is as cold as a cool summer’s day in Antarctica, but despite looking there were no icebergs and penguins were a little thin on the ground as well! If you have always wanted to see icebergs and penguins, you could wait till the next ice age or you could join us for the experience of a lifetime in Antarctica!
Heritage Expeditions continues to offer its very successful expeditions to the Ross Sea Region of Antarctica, and after many years of planning we are pleased to bring you a full range of expeditions to South Georgia & the Antarctic Peninsula. Our Antarctic Peninsula expedition’s sail aboard the former Swedish icebreaker MV Polar Star which carries just 100 passengers is supremely well suited to polar navigation with its icebreaker hull allowing us to explore where others are unable. Aboard the expedition program has the same focus on experiences ashore and education that we have always valued.
As an introductory offer Wild Earth Travel has for a limited time the exceptional one off rate of AU$5,844 per person in a double berth with private bathroom on our 9th December and 6th January 10 night departures from Ushuaia.
That is a huge 35% discount of the regular price!
Alternatively if you want to turn a classic adventure into a once in a lifetime trip this offer is extended to our 19 night expedition taking in The Falklands Islands, South Georgia and Antarctica on which double berths are now only AU$10,702 per person on our November 21st departure!
If you have already been to Antarctica and have Antarcticus Feverus or you have always wanted to experience Antarctica there has never been a better time.
Contact us today for further details – offer ends August 10th so don’t delay!
‘Small Ships, Big Adventures’