PONANT releases 2022/23 Luxury Expeditions brochure

New guide highlights Antarctica, Tasmania, the Kimberley, PNG, Japan and more

King Penguins, Le Laperouse, Macquarie Island, Australia © Studio PONANT/Adrian Freyermut

PONANT has released a new brochure for Australia and New Zealand focused on Luxury Expeditions for 2022 and 2023. The guide features an atlas of destinations and discovery of some of the company’s most exceptional itineraries, from the polar cap to the outback.

Allowing travel advisors and partners to promote with ease PONANT’s upcoming luxury expeditions, the brochure highlights local markets’ most in-demand itineraries including Australia’s Kimberley, East Coast and Tasmania, as well as New Zealand’s Sub Antarctic Islands, Papua New Guinea and Melanesia.

In Australia, the brochure allows readers to discover unique itineraries including journeying up King George River Gorge in a Zodiac to the Twin Falls in the Kimberley; navigating the rugged coastline of the Tasman Peninsula; or exploring the outermost corners of the Great Barrier Reef.

Click the cover to view the eBrochure
Papua New Guinea | © Studio PONANT/Nathalie Michel

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PONANT’s new expedition itineraries include Japan’s Subtropical Islands, Zanzibar and an expedition to the Geographic’s North Pole aboard the soon-to-launch Le Commandant Charcot.

Deb Corbett, Asia Pacific General Manager Sales & Marketing said PONANT is excited about the release of the tailored luxury expedition brochure and looks forward to sharing it with agents and the industry.

“This brochure brings out the essence of what a luxury expedition is, a reflection of the strength of the PONANT brand and growing demand for small ship discoveries in local markets,” she said.

Le Commandant Charcot | © PONANT/Nicolas Dubreuil

The guide also identifies what makes PONANT such a trusted brand, highlighting it as the world leader in luxury expeditions, its commitment to conservation, sustainability and environmental research, and its relaxed, intimate approach.

The brochure includes QR codes that link to interactive online content including articles and videos. It can be ordered online or can be viewed here.

Lead image credit: King Penguins, Macquarie Island, Australia © Studio PONANT/Adrian Freyermut

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