Aurora Expeditions has even more ways for avid adventurers to explore the polar regions with a fresh 2023/24 Antarctica season plus an updated selection of 2023 Arctic and the British Isles voyages aboard its brand-new ship, the Sylvia Earle.
The new Aurora Expeditions Antarctica season includes six innovative itineraries alongside classic voyages aboard both the Greg Mortimer and Sylvia Earle purpose-built expedition ships.
Plus, there is also an early-bird offer of up to 25% off, valid until 30 June 2022.
From the short-and-sweet nine-day Antarctic Explorer Express trip to the Antarctic Peninsula through to Circle and Weddell, an 18-day voyage that ticks off crossing the Antarctic Circle and venturing into the infamous Weddell Sea, there is an itinerary for all travellers to the white continent.
There is also the groundbreaking 12-day Antarctic Climate Expedition with two nights and a full-day conference in Ushuaia, Argentina followed by a nine-day voyage on board the Sylvia Earle, led by oceanographer, marine biologist, explorer and conservationist Dr Sylvia Earle herself.
For adventurous travellers to the Arctic and UK, Aurora Expeditions has a stunning selection of new voyages aboard the Sylvia Earle that showcase this magical region.
The 15-day Iceland, Jan Mayen, Svalbard itinerary offers breathtaking contrasts sailing from the Arctic Circle to the High Arctic, while the Epic Northwest Passage voyage will attempt to sail the full length of the Northwest Passage from West Greenland to Nome, Alaska over 30 thrilling days.
In the UK, a new 17-day Ireland & Scotland Discovery voyage will explore Ireland’s rugged west coast and the Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland Islands in Scotland.
Aurora Expeditions CMO Hayley Peacock-Gower said: “We look forward to bringing out the adventurer in each of our expeditioners across our upcoming voyages, with our Expedition Team helping to push their boundaries and inspiring deeper exploration, understanding and connection to some of the most important and awe-inspiring locations within the natural world.”
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