Hurtigruten relaunches Antarctica All Inclusive offer

White continent expeditions, including airfares from AU/NZ, priced from $11,999pp

Cuverville Island, Antarctica | Credit: Andrea Klaussner

Back by popular demand, guests can now once again enjoy an all-inclusive Antarctica expedition in 2022 and 2023 from $11,999* per person twin share, including return flights from Australia or New Zealand, with Hurtigruten Expeditions.

A once in a lifetime experience, Antarctica is a 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.

Guests may choose to sail onboard the world’s first hybrid-powered ships, MS Roald Amundsen and MS Fridtjof Nansen. These state-of-the-art ships have been designed for unforgettable expeditions, embodying the spirit of Norwegian polar heroes, Roald Amundsen and Fridtjof Nansen. From the innovative hybrid engines that enable passengers to glide into pristine wilderness, to the elegant modern cabin furnishings, every detail is created with their adventure in mind.

Antarctica Sound | Credit: Dominic Barrington/Hurtigruten

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MS Roald Amundsen and MS Fridtjof are also the only cruise ships in the world that offer inside observation decks with windows that stretch all the way to the bow, offering spectacular views, no matter the conditions. When weather permits, the outside observation deck offers a panoramic viewpoint in the fresh air.

Alternatively, there is the newly refurbished MS Fram. Built with one mission in mind – to bring her guests closer to nature, wildlife and unforgettable experiences, MS Fram’s spacious outside decks include access to the very front of the ship – a great place to observe marine wildlife.

Hurtigruten Expeditions is the most sustainable choice to explore the Antarctic with one of the lowest CO2- footprints of all expedition voyages to this region.

Hurtigruten's Science Center | Credit: Agurtxane Concellon/Hurtigruten

An Expedition Team – a dedicated group of experts – will help guests discover the best of Antarctica on this voyage. While onboard, the Science Center serves as the learning and social hub of these expeditions. This is where the expert Expedition Team can be found also as they host lectures, lead amazing landings, and answer all questions during these fascinating journeys.

Here’s what’s included on the Antarctica All-Inclusive expeditions;

  • International Flights ex Australia and New Zealand
  • Local charter flights
  • Extra Pre and Post Accommodation
  • All Transfers
  • Expedition jacket & environmentally friendly water bottle
  • Free WiFi
  • Premium onboard inclusions
  • Meal time drinks package
  • Landings, activities and expedition boat cruising
  • Citizen Science Project participation and lectures
  • Upgrade options and extras available
Camping Antarctic | Credit: Stefan Dall/Hurtigruten

Hurtigruten Expeditions’ all-inclusive Antarctica package is available until 31 July 2021.

Explore the full range of Antarctica All-Inclusive with Flights itineraries here.

*Terms & Conditions: The price you see online already includes the discount. Valid for departures between January 2022 to March 2023. ‘From’ price based on lead in cabin on 17 February 2022 departure. Book by 31 July 2021, unless sold out prior. 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. Transfers may be on a shared basis. International airfares based on economy class. Solo traveller supplements may apply. Normal booking payment and cancellation conditions apply. This offer is valid for new, individual bookings only and on select departures, and subject to withdrawal at any time without notice. Offer is combinable with the Ambassador Loyalty Discount, Corona Virus Rebooking Discount and the ‘Keep Sailing and Save’ offer.
Penguins, Half Moon Island, Antarctica | Credit: Andrea Klaussner/Hurtigruten
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