Sunday, March 29, 2009
30% DISCOUNT ON AURORA'S POLAR BEAR ARCTIC VOYAGES
As we all know, times are a little tough right now. In an effort to help you (and us!) we would like to exclusively offer all e-news subscribers the opportunity to travel to the Arctic at a huge 30 per cent discount.
Without a doubt one of the most eagerly sought-after wildlife experiences in the world is the chance to see a polar bear in the wild. Unfortunately, global warming means the long-term future for the world's largest land carnivore looks grim. This year you can enjoy this 'once in a lifetime' trip and join Aurora as we enter the realm of the ice bear. We are offering a huge 30% discount on the following 2 voyages:-
Departing on 13th July 2009, our 11-day Circumnavigation of Spitsbergen trip will venture deep into the realm of the polar bear Discounted prices start at A$3999 for this voyage.
To experience all the highlights of this stunning region, our 20-day Arctic Dreams voyage departing on 24th August covers it all, including visiting remote Bear Island and the stunning Norwegian coastline. Discounted prices start at A$7195 for this voyage.
Prices are based on triple share rooms and include all shipboard accommodation, all meals on board, guided shore excursions and lectures with our expert naturalists.
Read more about our Arctic Expeditions
Download or order your free Arctic 2009 brochure here
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