Tuesday, November 3, 2009
MYBENTOURS HURTIGRUTEN EARLY BIRD DEALS TO NORWAY AND GREENLAND/ARCTIC
SAVE up to 30 per cent – The Most Beautiful Voyage in the World
MyBentours has announced a massive saving of up to 30 per cent on selected voyages and dates for its popular Hurtigruten Norwegian Coastal Voyage product – a cruise renowned for its breathtaking scenery as it follows Norway's dramatic coastline from the ports of Bergen in the south to Kirkenes in the far north.
"This is a spectacular journey that has well earned the reputation as 'the most beautiful voyage in the world' – the dramatic scenery and the endless small inlets with their towns and villages and rich cultural heritage make this one of the most unique travel experiences," MyBentours Business Development Manager Mark Dribbus said.
The 30 per cent early bird discount applies to all new bookings made by December 31, 2009, for the 12 day Norwegian Coastal Voyage 'Bergen to Bergen via Kirkenes' cruises departing between Jan 1- April 14 and Sept 15-Dec 31, 2010. Passengers are offered a further 10 per cent reduction if they have travelled with Hurtigruten in the last 3 years. For those travelling from April 15-Sept 14, 2010, a 15 per cent early bird discount applies.
"If this has always been on your client's wish list, we urge them to take advantage of this one-off offer and make the journey to this stunning region," Dribbus said.
Book Early & Save up to 20 per cent on Hurtigruten's voyages to remote Greenland and Arctic
Hurtigruten has introduced up to 20 per cent early bird discounts on its 9 day 'Greenland – Glaciers and Icebergs' product – a voyage that encompasses the pristine beauty of the remote Arctic Circle.
"This is an experience of a lifetime; mountains covered in snow, stunning ice fjords, lush green valleys, traditional small towns and settlements and of course the wildlife – it is a journey into another world, the land of the midnight sun," MyBentours Mark Dribbus said.
The 20 per cent early bird discount is valid for all bookings made by December 31, 2009. For departures from July 29-August 12, a 10 per cent early bird discount applies.
The cruise includes cabin of choice aboard the specially built explorer ship MS FRAM, all meals onboard, return flight Copenhagen-Kangerlussuaq, 8 days of cruising, transfers and a range of Greenland excursions.
Other Arctic voyages include 13 night 'Southern Greenland' departing July 16 – save 20 per cent; 14 night 'Voyage to the Inuit North' departing August 19 – save 10 per cent; 11 night 'South and East Greenland' departing Sept 2 – save 20 per cent; 10 night 'East Greenland & Scoresby Sund' departing Sept 13 – save 20 per cent.
"These voyages showcase this remote, untouched region of the world in comfort and style. Our ship, the MS Fram, can take you to its remote corners to offer you an absolutely unique perspective that really makes it a trip of a lifetime," Dribbus said.
MyBentours the leading travel company for Scandinavia, Russia and the Baltic's celebrates it's 30th Anniversary in 2009 have an extensive cruise and tour program for 2009-2010 seasons. The program is a smorgasbord of independent and escorted tours and cruises, activity tours and sightseeing for the region all year round. Tour programs also feature Finland, Iceland, Ukraine and as a new destination, Poland. MyBentours is the Preferred Sales Agent (PSA) for Hurtigruten Group, and General Sales Agent (GSA) for Icelandair and Gota Canal in Australia and New Zealand. MyBentours is part of TUI Travel PLC.
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