Hurtigruten Provides Journey Lovers the Alternative to Uncover the Wonders Of the Americas with Restricted Time Provide | Information
Travelers can plan a future expedition closer to home and explore America with up to 40% discount
SEATTLE, October 9, 2020 / CNW / – Hurtigruten, the global leader in discovery tours, offers travelers the opportunity to explore America and stay closer to home while experiencing travel destinations at up to 40% off. From 9th October – Only 12th travelers can use code AMER1010 to plan your future escapes with this limited time discount on select expedition trips to the north, middle and the US South America including goals like Costa Rica, Turks & Caicos, Peru, and more.
“Travelers are looking for destinations close to their home that still feel like a world away. The variety of itineraries available across America offers exciting activities, breathtaking scenery and unique experiences,” he said John Downey, President of Hurtigruten Americas. “Our limited-time offering gives future guests the freedom to plan their minds and save on some of America’s most sought-after trips.”
Explorers looking to discover the wonders of America can look forward to areas around the world Central America, the Andean coast and the Caribbean Sea that others do not normally visit. Travelers can spend two weeks in Central America Sailing from Costa Rica by Nicaragua, The saviour, and Mexico. Experience a mix of on these trips Central America colorful coastal towns and communities, spot exotic wildlife and discover the rich and diverse culture of the region. Guests looking to explore the Andean coast are greeted with expeditions that take them from the jungle to the desert along the famous Pacific coast of South America. Adventurers with warm water can live the island dream for 15 days and venture through the hidden highlights and jewels of the Caribbean. Each expedition includes educational experiences, adventurous excursions like visiting the Nazca Lines or kayaking through mangrove forests to get up close and personal with the wildlife, and a sustainable selection of delicious meals.
To book, travelers can visit https://www.hurtigruten.com/offers-overview/america-the-beautiful/ or call Hurtigruten directly at 1-866-679-8305. Future guests can now feel safe thanks to the Hurtigruten Book With Confidence cancellation policy. Itineraries booked by October 31, 2020 may be canceled for any reason in the future for a full refund – including deposit – within 14 days of cancellation.
* The offer applies to new single bookings only for selected North, South and 2021 Central America Sailing is capacity controlled and can be changed at any time. This offer can be booked online at Hurtigruten.com and must use offer code Amer1010 at the time of booking. You can also contact your travel agent or Hurtigruten Customer Sales Center at 1 (844) 888-3906 and provide the Flash sales and offer code. The offer offered is only valid for the cruise portion of the package applied sequentially and is per person based on double occupancy, including taxes, fees and port costs. The prices are in USD. This offer can only be combined with the Expedition Awaits, Ambassador and Child offers. All expeditions are subject to availability at the time of booking. Other restrictions may apply. Flash sale is valid October 9, 2020 – – October 12, 2020.
Hurtigruten is the world leader in exploration trips. As the largest polar cruise operator and with 126 years of expertise, they offer immersive experiences to some of the world’s most pristine and remote destinations, including Antarctic, Alaska, Arctic Canada and the Northwest Passage, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Spitsbergen, and more. The Hurtigruten fleet consists of 14 expedition ships specially built for adventure travel. New additions, MS Roald Amundsen and MS Fridtjof Nansen are the most advanced and environmentally friendly expedition ships at sea and the world’s first hybrid cruise ships with electric propulsion. Hurtigruten is an industry leader in sustainability and is deeply committed to improving the marine environment they call home.