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Savings and special offers on six great Hurtigruten polar destinations

Polar expedition ideas for your next icy adventure 

6 destinations | 6 great offers

From the majestic Great White Continent in the far south to the High Arctic in the north, Hurtigruten’s polar expeditions will take you to the world’s most remote and pristine frozen wilderness areas. Whether it’s following in the footsteps of the legendary explorers in the Northwest Passage or scouting for polar bears in Svalbard, take advantage of these great Hurtigruten offers and make your next polar expedition dream a reality.

ANTARCTICA
Discover this remote frozen wilderness and experience a destination unlike any other.
Save up to AU$9,000 per cabin on lead-in suites on Antarctica 2020/21 sailings.

NORTHWEST PASSAGE
Traverse the Northwest Passage and follow in the footsteps of the great explorers on this epic adventure through the frozen, often ice-bound, expedition route.
Save AU$4,000 per cabin on select Northwest Passage 2020 sailings.

ICELAND
Discover the drama, history, wildlife and rugged scenery of this truly memorable destination close to the Arctic circle.
Save from AU$1000 up to AU$4,000 per cabin on select Iceland 2020 sailings.

GREENLAND
Watch icebergs floating by as you sail through fjords past icy mountain landscapes.
Save AU$1,000 per cabin on lead-in cabins on select Greenland 2020 sailings.

SVALBARD
Journey to Svalbard in the High Arctic and enter the realm of the polar bear.
Save from AU$1000 up to AU$4,000 per cabin on select Svalbard 2020 sailings.

NORWAY EXPEDITIONS
Cross the Arctic Circle and explore a winter wonderland and the Northern Lights or the delights of the Midnight Sun on our new Norway Expeditions.
Save AU$1000 per person on our NEW Norway Expeditions on selected 2021/22 departures.

The Hurtigruten Explore the World Global Sale runs until 15 March. Don’t wait to secure your 2020 departure on a world of destinations. Click here to see all our offers and savings.

SOURCE: Hurtigruten