Receive an extra 10 percent commission

Receive an extra 10 percent commission

Receive an extra 10 percent commission

Receive an extra 10 percent commission

Polar expedition specialists Aurora Expeditions are offering travel agents an additional 10% commission when they book clients on selected 2016 Antarctica expeditions by 31 August 2016.

Valid on the Photographer’s First Light (ASG66) and New Year in Antarctica (ANP113) departures, this special ‘Increased Commission Offer’ gives travel agents flexibility when it comes to securing their bookings: agents have the choice to use their extra commission towards a discount for their clients, or simply keep it for themselves.

The 18-day ‘Photographer’s First Light’ expedition will sail out of Stanley in the Falkland Islands to reach the wildlife oasis of South Georgia and the pristine Antarctic Peninsula. Travelling aboard 54-passenger Polar Pioneer, passengers will enjoy complimentary photography workshops and lectures, walk in the footsteps of Sir Ernest Shackleton and get up-close with some of the world’s largest king penguin rookeries and other fascinating wildlife.

For a festive and unique end-of-year holiday, the fly/sail ‘New Year in Antarctica’ expedition offers passengers a chance to ring in the New Year surrounded by busy wildlife and spectacular landscapes. With only one sea crossing, the voyage allows for more exploration and also features an exclusive South American Christmas Day dinner in Punta Arenas at the start of the expedition.

Both voyages include accommodation on board ice-strengthened Polar Pioneer, meals and snacks, lectures and talks by Aurora’s team of naturalists, historians and polar specialists, daily shore landings and Zodiac excursions.

 

Source = Aurora Expeditions
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