Wednesday, 21 December 2011


In today’s travel world, savings never goes out of season. And, with its equatorial temperatures and year-round wildlife, neither does the Galápagos experience. New for 2012, Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic is offering lower seasonal rates to those who travel during less traditional vacation periods.
The beauty of this special opportunity lies in the true year-round appeal of one of the world’s most magical destinations. Galápagos is a place defined by its consistency, a place where the sun rises and sets at the same time, and where the temperatures stay in the same range, each and every day of the year. The only reason for labels such as “peak” and “off-peak” is the fact that more people travel at peak periods because of traditional vacation times.
Now with Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic, by traveling in the Prime season of January through early March, the only Galápagos fluctuation you will experience comes where you want it most…in your pocketbook, making it even more attractive to visit Galápagos.
The new Galápagos Prime season rates begin at $4,750 per person for a 10-day voyage on the 96-passenger National Geographic Endeavour, and start at $5,450 per person on the 48-passenger National Geographic Islander (based on double occupancy in a Category 1 cabin). Both are expedition ships equipped with cool tools for exploration, and add yet another layer of discovery with kayaks and Zodiacs that carry you even closer to worlds of pure natural wonder.
And to make travel to Galápagos even more affordable, book an expedition before March 31, 2012 and receive complimentary roundtrip air on select 2012 departures from either New York or Miami to Galápagos or upgrade to business class on the New York/Guayaquil flights for only $500 round-trip. This offer is limited to new bookings only and subject to availability.

For more info and booking details, be sure to check out this link with the UK's Adventure cruise specialists, The Cruise Line Ltd.

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