Enjoy seal colonies on an awe-inspiring voyage to Antarctica.
Enjoy seal colonies on an awe-inspiring voyage to Antarctica.

Courageous exploration of Antarctica

EXPERIENCE vast penguin rookeries and seal colonies on an awe-inspiring voyage to Antarctica aboard MS Expedition, with Travel Associates.

Travellers will enjoy a 20-day 'Spirit of Shackleton' voyage recounting Ernest Shackleton's courageous exploration of Antarctica.

Visit historical sites of past explorers, as well as Shackleton's final resting place - the wildlife rich island of South Georgia.

Antarctica is sure to amaze any traveller seeking a true adventure to the world's most remote wilderness.

Normally $20,519 per person twin share, this adventure of a lifetime is now priced from $14,363* per person, twin share - a 30 per cent discount.

The offer includes 18 nights on board the M/S Expedition in a Category three cabin, one night accommodation with breakfast in Ushuaia, all meals included on board the ship, Zodiac cruises and shore landings with an expert expedition team, lecture and educational programs, Ushuaia airport transfer depending on departure flight details, waterproof boots supplied for men's USA sized 8-14 and women's USA sized 3-9; Antarctica destination guide book; Canada Goose expedition jacket for each guest who pays for a category five suite, all meals. Upgrades are available to category four and five cabins.

The deal is available for sale until December 31, 2011, unless sold out prior, for travel on January 11, 2012.
           
*Price is subject to change and availability at the time of booking.

For more information visit Travel Associates.

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