G Expedition is back in service and offering 20% savings
G Expedition

G Expedition is back in service and offering 20% savings

TORONTO — G Expedition, affectionately known as G Adventures’ ‘little red ship’, is back in service, with savings worth up to 20% for passengers booking the upcoming 2022 / 2023 Antarctic season.

The ship was sidelined for two and half years during the global pandemic. David Green, managing director for G Adventures in Canada, says the crew is looking forward to delivering a program of life-changing activities onboard, while exploring one of the world’s most remote and pristine regions.

“While onboard G Expedition in Antarctica travellers participate in the ship’s long-standing citizen science projects and onboard education program to help them make the most of their Antarctic expedition. We also have a ‘photographer-in-residence’ onboard to help travellers tell a visual story about their adventure, and to share their learnings when they come home as they ultimately become custodians of the oceans,” says Green.

The ship’s program is designed to teach travellers the importance of environmental protection, while at the same time introducing them to the beauty of Antarctica’s landscape and fascinating wildlife, he adds.

“As part of our commitment to environmental protection, our Expedition staff also collect data from points in Antarctica that researchers struggle to acquire information,” says Green.

“Our onboard education program includes lectures on the conservation of birds, marine mammals, marine wildlife and ecosystems – as well as global climate change and its impact on the world – all delivered by our team of scientific experts, or  ‘Scientists in Residence’, who facilitate the talks.

“With bucket list adventures high on travellers’ lists, this a great time to snap up a deal and head to one of the most incredible places on the planet. And for those who can’t travel this year, our 2023 / 2024 dates are now also live to book.”

This season’s expedition trips offer savings worth up to 20% when trips are booked before Sept. 29, 2022, for travel Oct. 22, 2022 – March 13, 2023.

Trips include the 11-day Antarctica Classic, reduced from $11,099 per person to $8,879 per person, departing on March 13, 2023; and the 13-day Antarctica Classic In-Depth, reduced from $12,599 per person to $10,709 per person, departing on Nov. 11, 2022. Both lead-in prices are  based on two people sharing a twin cabin.