This Travel Company Is Offering a BOGO Cruise to the Arctic

Mar 3, 2019

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If you’re itching to see polar bears in their natural habitat you’re not alone. And now, travel company Intrepid has partnered up with with its sister company, Peregrine Adventures, to give explorers an incomparable experience in the Arctic Unveiled trip. But part of what makes the trip so special is that if you book before March 31 you can bring a friend with you — for no extra cost. Talk about the ultimate companion pass.

The Arctic Unveiled trip is an eight-day cruise that shows voyagers around Spitsbergen, located within the Svalbard Archipelago between mainland Norway and the North Pole. The Svalbard Archipelago is known for its glaciers, cliffs and peaks, and 24 hours of sunlight, so you might want to bring an eye mask in order to get good rest.

The trip is described by Intrepid as a “comfort” experience with a low rating for physical activity. The tour is mostly comprised of sight-seeing excursions that allow adventurers to take in the wonder of the wilderness and wildlife of the Arctic. On the archipelago, you might cross paths with bearded seals, walruses, Arctic fox, pink-footed geese and potentially one of those highly anticipated polar bears.

If you’re interested in grabbing a friend and bundling up to go up north, the cruise sets sail on June 23 and prices start at $4,590 for the lowest price adult accommodation. Meals, transportation to the ship and accommodations are included in the price.

H/T: Conde Nast Traveler

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