Massive bonus commissions are here with Lindblad Expeditions

National Geographic Orion

Lindblad Expeditions is offering advisors a $1250AUD/$1470NZD per person bonus commission.

The group has also stretched its offer of 25 per cent savings on select departures onboard National Geographic Orion across Asia Pacific including Australia for new bookings to 30 April.

Here, travellers can set course for adventures from Raja Ampat’s undersea world, to the dramatic landscapes of Australia’s Kimberley region.

Your clients can also discover the penguin colonies of the Subantarctic Islands, follow in the wake of early Polynesian wayfarers and enjoy the fiords of New Zealand.

From short escapes to lengthy journeys, Lindblad Expeditions offer diverse options for safe and adventurous travel, whether you are exploring with family and friends or travelling solo.

New itinerary highlights include:

  • Ancient Polynesia: Tuamotu & Marquesas Islands (10 days, departures in May 2023 from AU$15,140pp / NZ$17,820pp)
  • Kimberley Expedition: Australia’s Wild Northwest (12 days, departures in Jun-Jul 2023 from AU$13,940pp / NZ$16,410pp)

Travel advisors have been encouraged to book clients now on one of these 2023 voyages to take advantage of the savings.

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