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G Adventures offers massive 20% saving on Antarctica travel

August 19, 2019 Travel Deals No Comments Email Email

Leading small group tour operator G Adventures is offering travellers the opportunity to experience the wonders of Antarctica with a 20% discount on select itineraries. This promo applies to all cabins on select departures from Oct 22 2019 – Mar 1, 2020, when booked before September 1, 2019.

Perfect for first time or seasoned travellers, these discounted departures will give the opportunity to see breathtaking glaciers, saw-toothed mountains, colossal icebergs, and for those travelling to South Georgia, King Penguins in their natural habitat.

Sandy Erskine, Marine Manager for G Adventures Australia and New Zealand, says that this offer means that Antarctica travel is as accessible as ever to those wishing to cross off their seventh continent, even in the face of a weakening Aussie dollar.

“Unlike some of our competitors, our AUD pricing is static and is not affected by the performance of the Aussie dollar. This means that along with the great 20% savings on offer, the G Adventures Antarctica tours are some of the best value in the market right now.”

“Travel Agents don’t need to worry about their client’s final balance amount fluctuating due to a weak Aussie dollar.”

Discounted trips on offer include:

Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctica – was priced from $15799, now $12639 (save $3,160) on select departures.

 Antarctica Classic in Depth – 13 days – was priced from $12399, now $9919 (save $2,480) on select departures.

Antarctica Classic – 11 days – was priced from $13999, now $11199 (save $2,800) on select departures.

Spirit of Shackleton – 21 days – was priced from $18599, now $14879 (save $3,720) on select departures.

Quest for the Antarctic Circle – 14 days – was priced from $14199, now $11359 (save $2,840) on select departures.

Smaller by design, the 134-passenger G Expedition ship can get in and out of ports that larger ships cannot, providing an intimate polar cruising experience that offers the feel of a home away from home. It was completely refurbished in 2009 and boasts climate control, private en-suite facilities, and spacious cabins with ocean-facing windows or portholes. It also has a library, a lounge, a pub, a computer room, a fleet of Zodiacs, panoramic observation and a passenger-to-crew ratio of about 10-to-1.

For more information or to book consult your local travel agent, call 1300 180 969, or visit

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