Antarctica flight-inclusive itineraries with Hurtigruten

International flights, pre & post accommodation, transfers from $10,999* per person twin share

© Hurtigruten/Dan Avila

Antarctica is a bucket list destination for many. Roughly twice the size of Australia, the southernmost continent is the fifth largest with its 14 million square kilometres of land mass. Most of this – 98% to be precise – is covered in ice.

It’s a once in a lifetime must-see destination due to its unique and untouched scenery of icebergs and glaciers. A frozen landscape teeming with fantastic wildlife: penguins, seals, whales and birds.

Sailing in such pristine surroundings naturally comes with a huge responsibility. Hurtigruten is committed to the highest standards of seamanship and an environmentally friendly operation. The expedition cruise specialist’s activities and reputation rests on its long tradition and experience when it comes to exploring polar waters.

1. Antarctica landing – MS Roald Amundsen (credit: Andrea Klaussner) / 2. Cuverville Island (credit: Andrea Klaussner) / 3. Half Moon Island (credit: Dominic Barrington) / 4. Wilhelmina Bay (credit: Stefan Dall)

Choose to sail onboard the world’s first hybrid-powered ships, MS Roald Amundsen and MS Fridtjof Nansen. Alternatively, choose the newly refurbished MS Fram. Hurtigruten offers the most sustainable choice with one of the lowest CO2- footprints of all expedition voyages to this region.

With over 10 Antarctica All-Inclusive itineraries to choose from, and Hurtigruten’s Book With Confidence offer, there’s no better time for your guests to plan the expedition of their dreams, worry-free, and at such fantastic value.

Here’s what is included:

  • International flights ex Australia or New Zealand
  • Local charter flights
  • Extra Pre and Post Accommodation
  • All Transfers
  • Expedition jacket & environmentally friendly water bottle
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Premium onboard inclusions
  • Meal time drinks package
  • Book with Confidence offer
  • Landings, activities and expedition boat cruising
  • Citizen Science Project participation and lectures
  • Upgrade options and extras available

Hurtigruten knows that booking a holiday during this time of travel restrictions and general uncertainty can feel risky. To take that risk away from your guests, the company has adopted a new cancellation policy for all new bookings for 2021 and 2022 voyages. Details here.

1. 70° South, MS Roald Amundsen (credit: Werner Kruse) / 2. Paulet Island (credit: Genna Roland) / 3. Damoy Point (credit: Andreas Kalvig Anderson) / 4. Neko Harbour (credit: Stefan Dall)

*Terms & Conditions: Valid for departures between October 2021 to March 2023. ‘From’ price based on RS cabin on 7/3/22 departure. Book by 18 December, 2020. Departure Cities: SYD/MEL/BNE/AKL/CHC . Other departure cities available with a $300 per person supplement: ADL/PER/CNS/DRW/HBA/LST/WLG/CBR. Flight timings and routings only available approximately 10 to 11 months in advance. Standard Hurtigruten booking terms and conditions apply. Book with Confidence offer applies. Combinable with Ambassador, Covid-19 rebooking and back to back combination discounts. Transfers may be on a shared basis. International airfares based on economy class.

Lead image: Antarctica landing, MS Roald Amundsen (credit: Dan Avila)

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