Destinations

Peregrine is taking agents to Antarctica

Peregrine is helping you through the aftermath of the long weekend with a flash sale of Antarctica.

Making the continent more affordable for Australians, Peregrine Adventures is offering 50 per cent off select voyages to the White Continent in 2017/18 as part of a flash sale this week.

In a further incentive to book clients on a Peregrine Polar adventure, one agent will win a berth on the 14 day Crossing the Antarctic Circle from Ushuaia, departing on 2 March 2018.

Open to all retail travel agents in Australia and New Zealand, the incentive is valid for all new confirmed and deposited bookings made on Peregrine or Intrepid Antarctica voyages during the Polar flash sale from 2 – 8 October 2017, with each passenger (berth) booked on a Polar voyage adding another entry into the draw.

The Peregrine sale includes 50 per cent off:

  • A 10-day roundtrip journey from Buenos Aires, Argentina, exploring the Antarctic Peninsula with the chance to spy penguins, seals and whales and a memorable landing on the continent, priced from $7235*, departing December 11, 2017
  • A 20-day roundtrip cruise from Ushuaia, Argentina, exploring the islands of South Georgia and the Falklands, and cruising the Antarctic Peninsula, priced from $13,700*, departing January 25, 2018
  • A 33-day journey from South America’s southernmost tip, Ushuaia, to Cape Verde, off the coast of West Africa via an incredible spread of Atlantic Islands – East and West Falkland, South Georgia, Tristan da Cunha, St Helena, and Ascension – priced from $7800*, departing March 10, 2018.

All Peregrine Antarctica voyages take place on specially-equipped small expedition vessels offering guests unparalleled access to one of the most remote places on earth.

Led by passionate and seasoned expedition teams, including scientists, naturalists and researchers, the onboard program focuses on guest interaction and education while the crew ensures everything is taken care of so travellers can sit back and enjoy the adventure of a lifetime.

 

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