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Huge savings on nine expedition cruises to the Arctic and Newfoundland

July 23, 2019 Cruise Deals No Comments Email Email

Couples can save up to US$7080 on nine expedition cruises of the Arctic and Newfoundland that showcase the region’s icebergs, dramatic fjords, stunning glaciers, polar bears, seabirds and whales. For a limited time, Adventure Canada and Cruise Traveller have also dropped the single supplement on all nine cruises in selected cabin categories, saving solo travellers thousands of dollars.

Adventure Canada and Cruise Traveller’s 15 per cent off earlybird offer and no solo supplement deal is currently available on nine expedition cruises to the Arctic and Newfoundland between June and September, 2020.  Fares start from US$5420 per person, twin-share or for solo travellers, on an 11-night ‘Mighty St Lawrence’ cruise – a saving of US$1740 for couples and US$4015 for solo travellers. Book by October 31, 2019.

The 11-night ‘Mighty St. Lawrence’ expedition begins in Quebec City, Canada, on June 4, 2020, and explores Canada’s historic gateway, the Gulf of St Lawrence. Cruising aboard Adventure Canada’s 198-passenger, eco-friendly vessel, Ocean Endeavour, guests will see the striking views of the Saguenay fjord, cruise up close to the iconic arch of Perce Rock on a Zodiac excursion and take in the Outback-esque colours of the Magdalen Island’s dramatic redstone cliffs. Guests will receive amazing insight and knowledge of the region and different cultures with an array of music, dance and stories from bilingual cultural guides.

Adventure Canada’s 18-night expeditions through the Northwest Passage journey between Canada and Greenland on August 21 and September 6, 2020, and offer travellers the maximum savings with prices in a junior suite costing from  US$22,750 per person, twin share – a saving of US$7080 for couples. This limited time offer is available until October 31, 2019, and is subject to availability.

Linking the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, the Northwest Passage is only navigable by ships for a few weeks a year after the peak of summer. Guests will travel onboard the Ocean Endeavour and enjoy daily Zodiac shore visits and excursions which will take them close to wildlife and provide an immersive insight into the traditional Inuit culture, including a visit to Canada’s northern-most communities. During the journey, expedition staff from Adventure Canada will help spot polar bears, walrus, muskox, whales, seals and other wildlife while maintaining passenger safety at all times.

Other highlights of the Northwest Passage cruises include crossing the Arctic Circle, cruising along the icebergs at Ilulissat Icefjord – a UNESCO World-Heritage site, visiting the historic remnants of the Franklin Expedition, seeing polar bears, walrus, muskox, seabirds, seals and whales in their natural habitats, and visiting Devon Island which, at over 50,000 square kilometres, is the largest uninhabited island on earth, and home to many geological and natural features. The 15 per cent off and no solo supplement offer for categories 3-7, is available until October 31, 2019, in selected cabins and is subject to availability.

Flights from Australia are extra. The full list of cruises and savings can be found and booked here. www.cruisetraveller.com.au/adventurecanada2020

*  For bookings, call 1800 507 777 or visit  www.cruisetraveller.com.au

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