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Cool Continent, Hot Deal


14 November 2012

Cool Continent, Hot Deal


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Save 25% on an unforgettable 11-day Antarctica voyage when booking through Bentours by 31 December.

The offer applies to the 16 February 2013 departure and 3-5 cabin categories of the Antarctica Classic which explores the South Shetland Islands and Antarctica Peninsula now from NZ$8736* per person twin share. The deal is valid for new bookings only.

Guests will travel aboard the MS Expedition – the perfect ship for those seeking a more intimate Antarctic experience - through the Drake Passage, the legendary stretch of sea named after English explorer Sir Francis Drake, and encounter towering icebergs, seals, whales, penguins and more.

The voyage also includes lectures about heroic expeditions to this remote corner of the world.

The package includes one night pre-cruise accommodation in Ushuaia and nine nights aboard the MS Expedition with all meals, sightseeing and excursions, educational programs, destination guide book and use of gumboots during Antarctic landings.

The recently renovated MS Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience of around 130 guests and features private ensuite facilities, ocean views from all cabins and superior service.

For bookings or further information contact your local travel agent, or Bentours on 0800 443 510 or www.bentours.co.nz.

*Terms and conditions apply. Discount applies to 16 February 2013 departure, category 3 - 5 cabins only and to new bookings only. Deal valid for booking until 31 December 2012. Prices subject to change and availability. Advertised price includes discount and is based on a category 3 cabin.

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