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Eclipse kick off new brochure in Hamilton Island

Hannah Edensor

Eclipse Travel celebrated the launch of its new Latin America & Antarctica brochure by taking its team to Hamilton Island last month.

The Latin America & Antarctica brochure showcases bespoke itineraries that run all the way from Mexico to Argentina and even as far as Antarctica.

The brochure features accommodation in luxury lodges, cloud forest reserves and boutique hotels for single travellers, small groups of two to 10 people, and special interest groups of up to 40.

The most popular itineraries include a 22-day Patagonia & Antarctica Wilderness Adventure, a 14-day South America Essentials tour and an 18-day Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica trip.

To kick off the launch of the fresh new brochure, Eclipse Travel has created a Special Deal of AU$5325 per person triple share or AU$6660 per person twin share for a 10-day Antarctic Peninsula expedition cruise on the Ocean Nova.

Embarking from Ushuaia, the Ocean Nova crosses the Drake Passage into the Antarctic Peninsula and, with no more than 68 people onboard, the small expedition vessel offers an intimate, personalised service, reaching remote areas of Antarctica.

Pictured from left are: Julio Padilla, Tim Farquhar, Matt McMillan, Tiffany Chek, Mirko Seminario, Kannika Dy, Camilla Campbell, Ad de Beer, Shae Doherty and Steve Arnold.

Ocean Nova in Antarctica
Ocean Nova in Antarctica


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