By KARRYON @karryontravel13 Dec 2018Did you hear the big news? Peregrine Adventures is returning to Antarctica in 2020, and it’s doing so with polar specialists Chimu Adventures.The news was announced earlier this week, and now both brands are ready to celebrate the first Antarctica trips by giving Travel Advisors access to HALF PRICE trips.You read right – HALF PRICE to Antarctica on the recently refurbished Ocean Endeavour.To gain access to the half price cabins, consultants need to sell a berth on a Peregrine chartered voyage to Antarctica before 31 March 2019.ORAgents can enter an incentive to win a cabin for two on the first ever charter voyage by selling as many berths as they can before 31 March 2019. The winning consultant and their companion will also receive return flights from the East Coast of Australia to Ushuaia, via Buenos Aires.The sale and incentive are open to consultants who book through Peregrine Adventures or Chimu Adventures.“We are thrilled to be giving Agents in Australia and New Zealand the chance to experience the area at half price, so they can learn more about this important part of the world while travelling in a sustainable way.” Brett Mitchell, Peregrine Adventures Asia Pacific Regional DirectorPeregrine’s first voyages include the 11-day Christmas in Antarctica starting from $13,345 per person in a category 4 cabin (early bird price), as well as the 11-day New Year in Antarctica from $19,416 per person in a category 10 cabin (early bird price) and the 10-day Antarctica Whale Journey from $10,919 per person in a category 4 cabin (early bird price).Click here for more information. READ: Peregrine returns to the Polars with affordable voyagesREAD: Chinese tourists told not to touch penguinsREAD: Fly to the Polars for an NYE partyIs the Polar region on your bucket list? Other stories you may likeMILESTONE: Chimu Adventures celebrates 15 years in businessLEADERS: Intrepid named as one of World’s Most Innovative travel companiesCONGRATS! A Travel Agent just WON her first ever famil & it’s to Antarctica!