Aurora Expeditions’ 20 per cent savings on Antarctica 24/25 and Arctic 2025 itineraries

Aurora Expeditions’ 20 per cent savings on Antarctica 24/25 and Arctic 2025 itineraries
Edited by Travel Weekly


    Aurora Expeditions is inviting travellers to take advantage of a suite of incredible new offers for those wanting to make their polar travel dreams a reality in 2024 and 2025.

    From now until 30 September 2024, travellers with the Australian-owned adventure travel company known for immersive and responsible small ship exploration can enjoy up to 20 per cent savings on itineraries to Antarctica 24/25 and Arctic 2025 plus an air credit of US$2,000 for all Antarctica 24-25 sailings or AU$2,250 for all Arctic 2025 voyages.

    “Our small ships promise big adventures, and we’re excited to be able to offer even bigger value for our passengers for our upcoming seasons in Antarctica and the Arctic on top of the Aurora difference, including immersive activities and more time off ship,” Aurora Expeditions’ CEO, Michael Heath, said.

    “Aurora Expeditions’ voyages open our passengers up to the untamed beauty of our planet’s most remote corners, from the icy expanses of Antarctica to the wonders of Greenland’s epic fjord systems, the glaciers and wildlife of Svalbard, or the fabled Northwest Passage. Whichever voyage you choose, our state-of-the-art small ships and world-class Expedition Team ensure endless opportunities for adventure.”

    Sylvia Earle, Neko Harbour, Antarctica. Picture: Tyson Mayr

    A sample of Aurora’s Small Ships, Big Adventures offers

    Antarctica 2024-2025 

    • Spirit of Antarctica 22 November 2024 departure, with savings of up to 20 per cent off the voyage price, plus US$2,000 air credit per person.
    • Antarctic Peninsula in Depth 6 November 2024 departure, with savings of up to 20 per cent off the voyage price, plus US$2,000 air credit per person.
    • Antarctic Explorer 12 Feb 2025 departure, with savings of up to 20 per cent off the voyage price plus US$2,000 air credit per person.
    • Wild Antarctica 24 March 2025 departure, with savings of up to 20 per cent off the voyage price plus US$2,000 air credit per person.

    Arctic 2025

    • Jewels of the Arctic 12 July 2025 departure, with savings of up to 15 per cent off the voyage price, plus AU$2,250 air credit per person.
    • Svalbard Odyssey 7 August 2025 departure, with savings of up to 15 per cent off the voyage price, plus AU$2,250 air credit per person.
    • Wild Landscapes of West Greenland 15 August 2025 departure, with savings of up to 20 per cent off the voyage price, plus AU$2,250 air credit per person.
    • Traversing the Norwest Passage 27 August departure 2025 departure, with savings of up to 20 per cent off the voyage price, plus AU$2,250 air credit per person.

    Latest News

    • Destinations
    • Hotels

    Delamore Lodge unveils newly refurbished accommodation

    Delamore Lodge, Waiheke Island’s exclusive boutique luxury hideaway, has unveiled the newly refurbished Ataahua Owners Villa. While Ataahua means “beautiful”, the owners villa is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment that offers complete privacy and self-contained luxury. The master bedrooms have sweeping views of the Hauraki Gulf waters, spacious super-king beds, ensuites with rainforest showers, and generous […]

    • Food & Beverage
    • Hotels

    Hilton Honors extends its dine Like a Member promotion

    Hilton Honors has extended its dine “Like a Member” promotion, allowing guests to get up to 25 per cent off on participating outlets in hotels and resorts within their portfolio. The offer is in effect until 31 December 2024 in all Hilton properties, excluding those in the Maldives, French Polynesia and outlets within Hampton hotels […]

    • Events
    • Tour Operators

    ITE HCMC 2024 focuses on sustainable tourism for creating a future

    The 18th annual International Travel Expo Ho Chi Minh City (ITE HCMC) will take place from 5 to 7 September at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center. Under the theme “Responsible Travel, Creating Future”, the expo will highlight its dedication to promoting sustainable tourism practices and showcasing innovative tourism products and services to meet rigorous […]

    • Appointments

    Seasoned pro Chris Waite goes out on his own in corporate affairs & communications

    Seasoned tourism and hospitality industry corporate affairs and communications professional Chris Waite has unveiled his new consultancy. Drawing on his 25 years of experience across Australia, Europe, and Asia, Chris Waite Corporate Affairs & Communications is dedicated to helping businesses build and safeguard their most valuable asset: their reputation. Waite will focus on delivering results through […]

    • News

    Travel becomes the leading retirement priority in latest Equip Super research

    A staggering 71 per cent of Australians are prioritising spending their retirement savings on travel, according to a recent survey by leading superannuation fund, Equip Super. Health concerns were ranked as second as the most significant priority in retirement with 56 per cent and spending on hobbies and interests takes the third spot at 54 […]

    • Aviation
    • Technology

    SITA wins Heathrow Airport’s confidence with contract extension for network infrastructure solutions

    Global leader in air transport technology, SITA, signed a five-year extension with Heathrow Airport to support its vast and growing network infrastructure. The agreement sees SITA providing a wide range of network, telecommunications, and connectivity services, while introducing innovative new solutions to business operating within Heathrow. SITA has built a strong relationship with Heathrow since […]