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Ponant’s exclusive offer with flight credits of up to $2500pp

Ponant’s exclusive offer for New Zealand travellers is offering $2,500pp towards flight credits across 24 luxury polar expeditions in 2025/26

New Zealanders planning a polar expedition in 2025/26 can benefit from the cruise line’s flight credit offer. The offer is valid until 30 June for new bookings and applies to more than 20 departures in 2025/26 including Antarctica and South Georgia itineraries, including the Ross Sea, Svalbard archipelago. Scottish Isles, Iceland and Greenland. Ponant also offers the option to sail to Antarctica’s Ross Sea directly in and out of Dunedin, New Zealand, on an expedition following in the footsteps of great polar explorers including Sir Ernest Shackleton. The itinerary also features stops at UNESCO World Heritage Site, Macquarie Island, a globally recognised wildlife sanctuary.

Penguins in Antarctica

For extended adventures, Australia and New Zealand travellers can book the ultimate polar experience on one of Ponant’s Grand Voyages, back-to-back itineraries combining the best of the polar regions such as the Chilean Fjords, the Falklands and the Antarctic Peninsula, or the Scottish Isles, Norwegian Fjords and Svalbard Archipelago.

“As recognised industry leaders in these regions, our limited and exclusive flight credit offer underscores our dedication to making these extraordinary destinations more accessible and rewarding, strengthened by our back-to-back offers, allowing guests to immerse themselves in these remarkable environments for longer durations,” Ponant general manager sales and marketing Asia Pacific, Deb Corbett, said.

Kayaking in Antarctica

The Ponant fleet includes modern and sustainable small ships of limited capacity that feature Zodiac outings and landings, kayaking, hiking and close wildlife encounters. Onboard, public spaces include panoramic lounges, open decks and spacious private balconies in each cabin and suite that allows guests to immerse themselves in the breathtaking polar vistas during days at sea.


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