Travelers save up to 25 per cent on booking cruises by December 14
Boston, MA (November 1, 2016) - Leading small-group adventure tour operator G Adventures announces an early booking bonus on its new cruise expedition itineraries in Norway for 2017. The three tours were introduced earlier this year, following consumer demand for cruises in the area.
To take advantage of the savings, travelers are encouraged to book and confirm a spot on itineraries which include: 14-day Scottish Islands & Norwegian Fjords and the 15-day Norwegian Fjords & Arctic Discovery. Doing this will save them 15 per cent per passenger in 2017, when booked by December 14, 2016.
Guests can save even more -- 25 per cent -- on the 8-day Cruise the Norwegian Fjords itinerary, when booked by that same deadline.
Ben Perlo, Managing Director for G Adventures in the U.S., describes traveling around Norway by ship as one of the most scenic, comfortable and cost-effective ways to appreciate the country’s northern splendor. He adds that, unlike some other major cruise operators in the region, all shore excursions offered on G Adventures’ itineraries are included in the price of the voyage.
“Norway’s Arctic coastline is absolutely incredible and the fjords are ideal for expedition cruising. These three discounted itineraries offer a more accessible way for couples, singles and groups to tick off a bucket list destination in 2017.”
The Scandinavian country is likely to be popular with travelers next year, when Matt Damon’s new film, “Downsizing” hits theaters in late 2017. The comedy is also set to star Kristin Wiig and Alec Baldwin and was reportedly filmed on location around the Lofoten Islands and Trollfjorden fjords – places where the G Expedition cruises.
On board the G Expedition ship, travelers have the benefit of seeing the fjords in comfort, with G Adventures’ team of expedition guides on board to provide a greater understanding of the nature and wildlife in the area. That allows travelers to learn from experts who share a major passion for adventure and sea travel.
Smaller by design, the 134-passenger G Expedition ship can get in and out of ports that larger ships cannot, providing an intimate cruising experience that offers the feel of a home away from home. It was completely refurbished in 2009 and boasts climate control, private en-suite facilities, and spacious cabins featuring oc
ean-facing windows or portholes. Its spacious quarters include common areas and private spaces for socializing or retreat, plus observation decks that provide panoramic views of the wonders on shore. It also has a library, a lounge, a pub, a computer room, a fleet of Zodiacs, with a passenger-to-crew ratio of about 10 to 1.
For more information or to book, please visit www.gadventures.com.