Bentours launches New Antarctica Brochure

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 30 April 2010

Agents certainly wont be left in the cold for inspirational travel ideas for their clients following the launch of Bentours new Antarctica brochure for 2010/2011. The 16 page brochure reintroduces Patagonia and the Chilean Fjords, plus a host of new experiential tours - and thats just the tip of the iceberg.

New tours for 2010/2011 such as the 18-day Chilean Fjords and Antarctica package from $9291 per person twin share; the 23-day Spirit of Shackleton from $15099 per person twin share; the 14-day Antarctica Classic from $7019 per person twin share, the 20 day Patagonia Experience and Antarctica from $7959 per person twin share and 19-day Mawsons Antarctica from $19365 per person twin share are certain to tempt clients with a unique spirit of adventure.

Travel extensions pre and post cruise through Buenos Aires also feature, with a new five-day Mendoza wine tour from $1099 per person twin share being but one example.

Also covering South Georgia, the Falkland Islands and Argentina, the brochure is brimming with ways for clients to follow in the wake of legendary explorers, experience surreal and haunting landscapes, awesome grandeur and oceans unimaginably rich with bird and marine life.

The brochure highlights expeditions to the Great White starting from Buenos Aires/Ushuaia or Hobart, taking in the environmentally fragile Sub Antarctic Islands en route to the vast Ross Sea.

A unique feature of Bentours voyages is keeping passenger numbers on each vessel low to allow groups an intimate experience with more shore excursions and landings, weather permitting.

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