Thursday, November 6, 2008
Peregrine Polar Price Guarantee
Adventure travel operator, Peregrine, has announced that no fuel or currency surcharges will be added to their expedition voyages departing during the 2009 Arctic and 2009-2010 Antarctic seasons.
Peregrine has recognised the importance of gaining traveller confidence, given the current economic circumstances, at a time when other industry wholesalers and operators have moved to impose currency surcharges.
Peregrine CEO, Glenyce Johnson said, “We want to provide consumers with the added security of knowing that the price available on the website is the actual price they will end up paying. We will guarantee prices on all our Polar expedition voyages for the 2009-2010 season.”
Peregrine currently has sixteen voyages departing during this period, ranging from 10 to 24-night voyages taking in the Scandinavian and Canadian Arctic and Antarctica.
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