Antarctica all-inclusive from $12,990

Hurtigruten all encompassing packages to the White Continent for 23/24 season

Credit: Dan Avila

Take the planning out of your clients next epic adventure by choosing one of Hurtigruten Expeditions’ Antarctica All-inclusive packages, priced from $12,990 per person, twin share.

Including international flights ex Australia or New Zealand, additional pre- and post-accommodation and airport transfers, let Hurtigruten Expeditions’ local team of booking experts look after your client’s entire travel package. And with no NCFs, earn full commission on the entire package – including the flights.

With itineraries starting from the 14-day All-inclusive Highlights of Antarctica, to Hurtigruten’s most encompassing itinerary, the 25-day All-inclusive In-depth Antarctica, Falklands and South Georgia Expedition, the perfect expedition to the white continent is waiting for your VIP clients.

Maiviken Grytvik, South Georgia | Credit: Marsel van Oosten

All-inclusive Highlights of Antarctica

The focus of this 14-day expedition is exploring the icy wilderness of Antarctica during the summer season, seeing its stunning landscapes and meeting some of its heart-warming wildlife. With departures between November 2023 and March 2024 on Hurtigruten’s two state-of-the-art hybrid-powered expedition ships, the MS Roald Amundsen and MS Fridtjof Nansen, this itinerary is the perfect introduction to the 7th continent for clients who have never been, or those with limited time.

Chiriguana Bay, Antarctica | Credit: Espen Mills

All-inclusive Antarctica & Falklands Expedition

On this 18-day expedition aboard MS Roald Amundsen, guests will explore Antarctica’s pristine landscape, gazing at giant icebergs and the multitude of wildlife such as whales, penguins, and seals. Next, visit the far-flung Falkland Islands and experience the grassy hills, blooming wildflowers, stunning white-sand beaches and turquoise waters – along with thousands of penguins!

Carcass Island, Falklands | Credit: Yuri Matisse Choufour

All-inclusive Antarctic Circle Expedition

This 20-day itinerary is one of Hurtigruten’s longest expeditions in Antarctica, departing at the peak of summer and with an attempt to sail below the Antarctic Circle to try to reach the usually secluded yet magnificent Marguerite Bay. Guests will thrill in the never-ending horizon of brilliant white ice edges and snow-coated mountains stretching before them, a sight few have ever seen. Hurtigruten’s two state-of-the-art ships, the MS Roald Amundsen and MS Fridtjof Nansen were built for these waters.

Peterman Island, Antarctica | Credit: Yuri Matisse Choufour

All-inclusive In-depth Antarctica, Falklands and South Georgia Expedition

Embark on this 25-day expedition cruise on the newly refurbished MS Fram, where guests have time to really immerse themselves in exploring the contrasting Falklands, South Georgia, and ever-impressive Antarctica. This expedition is perfect for guests who love wildlife – with nicknames like ‘Serengeti of the Southern Ocean’ and ‘Galápagos of the Poles’, South Georgia promises a lot, but the islands more than live up to their reputation. South Georgia is a top spot for wildlife photographers from all over the world.

Landing in Antarctica, MS Roald Amundsen | Credit: Dan Avila

But hurry, clients will need to book by 31 March 2023 to take advantage of these comprehensive packages. Discover more on Hurtigruten Expeditions’ agent portal or contact their team of experts on 1300 322 062.

Terms & Conditions: Book by 31 Mar 2023 unless sold out prior. ‘From’ price based on lead-in cabin on ‘Highlights of Antarctica’ 11 November 2023 departure. All-inclusive packages are fixed and may not be altered, itineraries must be booked as displayed. International airfares based on economy class, departing from select cities in Australia and New Zealand.

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