Aurora Expeditions Introduces Exciting ‘Small Ships, Big Adventures’ Travel Deal

Aurora Expeditions announced new offers on its polar adventures in 2024 and 2025, according to a company statement.

From now until Sept. 30, 2024, guests can enjoy up to 20 percent savings on Antarctica 2024-25 itineraries and Arctic 2025 voyages, plus an air credit of $2,000 for all Antarctica 2024-25 sailings or $1,500 for all Arctic 2025 voyages.

“Our small ships promise big adventures, and we’re excited to be able to offer even bigger value for our passengers for our upcoming seasons in Antarctica and the Arctic on top of the Aurora difference, including immersive activities and more time off ship,” said Aurora Expeditions CEO, Michael Heath.

“Aurora Expeditions’ voyages open our passengers up to the untamed beauty of our planet’s most remote corners, from the icy expanses of Antarctica to the wonders of Greenland’s epic fjord systems, the glaciers and wildlife of Svalbard, or the fabled Northwest Passage. Whichever voyage you choose, our state-of-the-art small ships and world-class Expedition Team ensure endless opportunities for adventure.”

Aurora’s Small Ships, Big Adventures on offer include:

Antarctica 2024-2025

  • Spirit of Antarctica: Nov. 22, 2024
  • Antarctic Peninsula in Depth: Nov. 6, 2024
  • Antarctic Explorer: Feb. 12, 2025
  • Wild Antarctica: March 24, 2025


Arctic 2025

  • Jewels of the Arctic: July 12, 2025
  • Svalbard Odyssey: Aug. 7, 2025
  • Wild Landscapes of West Greenland, Aug. 15, 2025
  • Traversing the Northwest Passage: Aug. 27, 2025


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