Dream and discover in 2024 through 2025 with Aurora Expeditions.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Australia’s award-winning expedition company, Aurora Expeditions, is helping adventurous travelers make their dreams become a reality with new end of year offers announced for its upcoming seasons in Antarctica, the Arctic and beyond.
Whether looking to explore the remote icescapes of Antarctica to the towering cliffs and deep fjords of Greenland, passengers can enjoy incredible offers on Aurora’s small ship expeditions to the polar regions and more until Dec. 31, 2023.
Travelers can lock in their adventures on three upcoming Aurora Expeditions seasons:
Up to 20% off: Antarctica 2023/24; Arctic and Beyond 2024; Antarctica 2024/25
Air Credits up to $2,500 per person for select Arctic voyages
Up to $2,000 per person for ALL remaining 2023/24 and 2024/25 Antarctica voyages*
“As the year draws to a close, we know that people are thinking about their adventures into 2024 and 2025,” said Aurora Expeditions’ CMO, Hayley Peacock-Gower. “We’ve had the pleasure of discovering and connecting our expeditioners to the world’s wild places for over 32 years. More than ever, we know travelers want to choose experiences that are meaningful and immersive. Our expeditions follow the experience rather than an itinerary and offer unparalleled opportunities to connect with nature; from kayaking amongst humpback whales in the Arctic to snorkeling with penguins in Antarctica and much more. These types of awe-inspiring experiences are second to none in forging deep friendships, changed perspectives and lifelong memories.”
These end of year offers are valid across dozens of voyages on the company’s two purpose-built small expedition ships, the Greg Mortimer and the new Sylvia Earle, which launched in December 2022. Offers are valid for booking until Dec. 31, 2023.
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