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Score a $20k+ trip for two to Patagonia


Aurora Expeditions is giving away an adventure of a lifetime onboard its newest ship, the Greg Mortimer.

 

Ushuaia

 

Sail the legendary Beagle Channel and marvel at the snow-covered peaks of rugged Patagonia aboard the new purpose-built expedition vessel.

 

Zodiac-cruise through fjords flanked by glaciers and watch as the captain skillfully navigates narrow channels while you keep watch for acrobatic dolphins, penguins and seals.

 

Spend two days hiking and exploring in Torres del Paine National Park, renowned for its majestic granite towers and jaw-dropping landscapes.

 

Prize details:

A voyage for two in an Aurora Stateroom, valued at US$14,000 (US$7,000pp, twin share)

Includes 2 free return flights to Ushuaia flying Latam Airlines ex Sydney, Melbourne or Auckland+

 


Voyage details:

  • 1 night hotel accommodation in Ushuaia, Argentina with breakfast
  • Half day city tour in Ushuaia
  • Luggage transfer from the hotel in Ushuaia to the ship
  • 12 night voyage aboard the Greg Mortimer in an Aurora Stateroom for two people
  • Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner including house wines^, beers^, and soft drinks^, afternoon tea and snacks (^dinner only)
  • Shore excursions, guided walks and Zodiac cruises
  • Educational lectures and guiding services from the expedition team
  • Personalised photo book (post voyage)
  • Complimentary 3-in-1 polar jacket
  • Complimentary loan of Muck boots during the voyage
  • Access to our onboard doctor and basic medical services
  • Port surcharges, permits and landing fees

 

How to enter:

1. Watch our Patagonia webinar by clicking on the link below:

2. Book a minimum of two passengers from 8 August – 8 November 2019 on the following voyages to go in the draw to win a trip for two on our Patagonia and Chilean Fjords voyage:

 

Enter here.

 
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Published: 16 October 2019


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