PONANT’s got flights and transfers covered on Kimberley itineraries

PONANT’s got flights and transfers covered on Kimberley itineraries
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PONANT has launched an exclusive offer for the Australian and New Zealand markets with inclusive flights and transfers on the company’s entire 2024 Kimberley luxury expedition season.

For a limited time, guests can take advantage of the all-inclusive flight and transfers expedition packages available on all 2024 Kimberley itineraries, with included return economy flights available from major Australian capital cities, as well as Auckland, Christchurch, and Wellington.

Combined with seamless return airport transfers in Darwin and Broome, the package guarantees a smooth fly and cruise experience for PONANT guests.

As part of this exciting offer, PONANT is also including business class upgrades to guests who choose to book in select suite categories.

PONANT’s strategic partnership with Amadeus now enables instant air bookings for trade partners whilst booking their clients’ cruise or expedition with PONANT, a perfect alignment with the company’s unwavering commitment to excellence.

“The launch of PONANT’s inclusive flight and transfer offering for our 2024 Kimberley season is a natural extension of our product range as we move to create a full-service offering,” said Chris Hall, PONANT CEO for Asia Pacific.

“This exciting development further elevates the guest experience as well as that of our trade partners and underscores our Explore to Inspire ethos, to always push further and constantly improve.”

Starting from $12,815 per person in a Deluxe Stateroom Deck 3, PONANT’s 10-nights’ Australia’s Iconic Kimberley 2024 itineraries operate between Broome and Darwin from April to September. Guests can upgrade to a suite from $20,360 per person (Deluxe Suite Deck 3) and receive a business class upgrade on their included airfares. The recently launched Flight & Transfer offer can be combined with PONANT’s Welcome Offer of $800 per Stateroom savings, PONANT Yacht Club benefits, as well as the Free Solo Supplement offer.

PONANT’s 2024 Kimberley season promises an added layer of enrichment with Le Jacques-Cartier joining the renowned Le Lapérouse in Western Australia’s north-west region for the first time. Featuring a limited capacity of only 90 staterooms and suites, both vessels are designed to seamlessly explore the Kimberley Coast’s untamed beauty, offering awe-inspiring immersion in spectacular untouched landscapes and fascinating Indigenous culture.

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