Hurtigruten Invites Travelers to Explore Antarctica

Hurtigruten Invites Travelers to Explore Antarctica
Hurtigruten invites travelers to unlock their inner explorer and discover the rich culture and history of Antarctica, enjoy a host of excursions, and embark on exploratory adventures as the leader in exploration travel launches its 2017-2018 itineraries for the destination. A few perks include free airfare, 50 percent off the second guest, and voyages aboard the MS-Roald Amundsen, the world’s first hybrid cruise ship. Some deals end sooner than others, so travelers should book their experience soon for the 2017 season while offers last.

A few of the applicable voyages include:

Adventure to Antarctica - Highlights of the Frozen Continent

Gear up for a 13-day adventure to an unforgettable exploration of Antarctica. Meet penguins up close and touch icebergs with your bare hands. On board, there is so much to do: The Explorer room, Young Explorers Program, exciting lectures, and more, all designed to enhance your trip. (available Nov. 2018 – Feb. 2019)

Explore Antarctica, the Falklands and the Chilean Fjords with Former NASA Astronaut Dr. Kathy Sullivan

For 18 days, travel in harmony with the elements to the White Continent. In route, you will experience the wild natural wonders of the Chilean fjords. Once in Antarctica, the sight of mighty glaciers calving into the ocean, flocks of penguins and whales in the icy seas will create indelible memories. (available Nov. 9 & 25; Dec. 11 & 27, 2018)

Antarctica Second Guest Offer

Discover Antarctica, the Chilean Fjords or Patagonia with a guest and, for a limited time, save up to 50 percent off the second guest in a shared cabin. (available Nov. 7, Dec. 3, and Dec. 17, 2017)

Fly for Free to Your Cruise in Antarctica

For a limited time, book a cruise to Antarctica on the world’s first hybrid-powered ship and get free, economy-class, roundtrip airfare to Santiago de Chile from select U.S. gateways, including Miami, Atlanta, and New York. (available now through Oct. 31, 2017)

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