Hurtigruten - Save up to 30% with Hurtigruten Expeditions

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Planning ahead has never been more beneficial than right now. Book select 2023/2024 Hurtigruten Expeditions’ cruise and save up to 30% per person!

Whether you choose to explore the Great White Continent of Antarctica, home to not only penguins and whales but dozens of species of seabirds; the warm, azure waters of Central and South America, including the fascinating Canary Islands; or the world’s largest island that isn’t a continent, Greenland, you’ll be saving big while planning an unforgettable adventure.



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Explore the Arctic wilderness on a cruise from Kirkenes to Tromsø. Kirkenes is right by the Russian border - a...

For an adventure far beyond an ordinary cruise, join our expedition to verdant jungles, Mayan ruins, perfect beaches and crystal-clear...

Going further into the realm of the polar bear than any of our other Svalbard expeditions, this epic voyage will...

This is an expedition through rich European history, fascinating culture, and natural beauty. We visit charming towns, UNESCO World Heritage...

Sail in the wake of the great explorers to experience the Chilean fjords, the Falklands and majestic Antarctica in one...

Get ready for a rare adventure! From Ushuaia you cross the Drake Passage and sail on to an unforgettable exploration...

First you’ll transit the huge locks of the famous Panama Canal, traveling from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. Then we’ll sail south,...

Board the expedition ship and enter the Panama Canal to experience one of man’s greatest feats of engineering. Then venture...

This voyage from western Greenland attempts to circumnavigate Baffin Island through the entrance of the legendary Northwest Passage. This remote...

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