The thrill of the Arctic sea spray against the face, the tranquillity of Burgundy’s sleepy canals and the bustle of the Mekong’s floating markets – these are just a few experiences available to travellers for less as part of G Adventures’ Marine sale.
For those wanting to explore some of the world’s most picturesque rivers, including the Mekong, the Ganges and Burgundy’s Saône River, the sale offers up to 25% off Riverboat tours when booked before 28th February 2018. Adventure-seekers can also save up to £700 on Norway and Arctic Expeditions, when booked before 16th February 2018.
Riverboat Adventures – To be booked before 28th February 2018
Save 25% – now priced £1,387 for a 10-day tour from Dijon to Paris, valid on select departures between March 1st and August 31st
As part of G Adventures’ National Geographic Journeys collection, this 10-day tour allows travellers to explore the countryside villages, famous vineyards and vast forests surrounding Burgundy’s Saône River. Aboard a traditional river barge, which grants access to the region’s narrower waterways, travellers can experience the lesser-visited sites and enjoy experiences exclusive to National Geographic Journeys. For those looking to pick up the pace, a full day cycling through the Côte de Nuits region, visiting vineyards and local villages is included on the agenda.
Save 25% – now priced £1,087 for a 10-day trip from Ho Chi Minh City to Siem Reap, valid on select departures between March 1st and August 31st
For those wanting to experience Cambodia and Vietnam from a unique perspective, this 10-day tour takes travellers along the waters of the mighty Mekong River aboard a classic riverboat. Journeying from Ho Chi Minh City to Siem Reap, travellers will discover the sites of Phnom Penh, experience river life at the famous floating markets of Cai Bei and explore the stilt village of Chnok Tru.
Save 25% – now priced £937 for a nine-day return tour from Calcutta, valid on select departures between March 1st and August 31st
Aboard a classic riverboat, travellers can journey south along the famous Ganges river from Farakka, visiting local villages and, with plenty of time on land along the way, exploring temples, local bazaars, battlegrounds, tranquil garden and historical sites.
Expedition tours – to be booked before 16th February 2018
Save 20% – now priced at £4,199 for an 11-day trip return from Ushuaia, departing March 4th 2018
Sailing from Ushuaia, the world’s most southern city, across the Drake Passage, the Antarctica Classic tour takes travellers across the Drake Passage for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, discovering the Antarctic Peninsula and the Southern Shetland Islands. Passing icebergs and spotting some amazing wildlife, including three species of penguin, leopard seals and whales, travellers can also attend lectures with the on-board experts and take their first steps on the Great White Continent.
Save £700 – now priced £3,349 for a 14-day tour from Edinburgh to Tromsø, valid on select departures between May 8th and August 11th
Departing from Scotland’s Port of Leith, travellers will take a journey across the Norwegian Sea to explore the breath-taking fjords of Norway aboard the G Expedition. After visiting UNESCO-protected sites such as the Ring of Brodgar, the standing stones of Stennes and the 4,500-year-old village of Skara Brae, the ship will head north to the remote Shetland Islands. Arriving in Bergen, the tour will visit some of Norway’s most breathtaking fjords, including Olden and Gerirangerfjord, as well as other highlights such as Bymarka Nature Reserve and a zodiac excursion to Torghatten and the Treana archipelago.
Save £700 – now priced £2,649 for an eight-day return tour from Longyearbyen, valid on select departures between May 8th and August 11th
As part of the Jane Goodall Collection, this eight-day Arctic tour takes travellers to the land we only dare to explore a few months a year for close up encounters with icebergs, glaciers and some of the region’s most hard-to-spot wildlife. Exploring not only on board, but also on zodiacs and foot, accompanied by G Adventures’ experts, travellers can spot lounging seals, grazing reindeer, colonies of birds and, if they’re lucky, the infamous polar bear.