Iceland, Greenland, Norway, Svalbard, Nova Scotia

Save $5600—Polar expedition cruises: 50% off 2nd guest

Swan Hellenic
Anika Maiberger
Deal Expert
Explore Iceland, Greenland and Norway on an Arctic adventure that saves up to $5600 per person.

Why We Love This Deal

Stunning glaciers, imposing mountain landscapes and exotic wildlife (think polar bears, penguins and puffins) set the scene for these summertime adventure cruises that include excursions, top-notch dining and, specially for Travelzoo members, a $200 onboard credit. Guests can luxuriate at the spa, cozy up in front of the fireplace in your cabin or peek through a telescope on the stargazing deck.

This sale launched Tuesday, Feb. 6 and is already selling out. We recommend acting quickly to secure these rates.

What's included:

  • 8-15 nights' accommodations aboard SH Vega or SH Diana
  • Travelzoo-member-exclusive $200-per-person onboard credit
  • Transfers between the airport, hotel and cruise port 
  • All meals aboard, plus coffee, tea, soft drinks and selected alcoholic beverages available 24 hours per day (room service, too)
  • Lecture programs led by an experienced expedition team and guest speakers
  • One selected shore excursion/expedition activity per port of call
  • Branded Swan Hellenic expedition parka, waterproof bag and water bottle
  • Use of rubber boots in polar regions
  • Standard Wi-Fi (connectivity may not be available all times due to remoteness)
  • Onboard gratuities and port taxes

Starting prices below are based on the first guest; the second guest is an additional 50% off the rate below:

Iceland in Depth:

  • $5880 ... June 1
  • $5980 ... June 16
  • $8480 ... Aug. 10

Iceland and Norway:

  • $7980 ... June 9
  • $8180 ... June 30
  • $8980 ... July 10

Arctic Island-Hopping and Fjords:

  • $10,080 ... June 24
  • $10,880 ... Aug. 18
  • $10,980 ... July 28

Greenland to Nova Scotia:

  • $12,680 ... Sept. 25

Note: For cruises that start or end in Longyearbyen, roundtrip charter flights from Copenhagen are also included.

Options: Upgraded cabins and suites are also discounted. This sale that saves 50% on the second guest (on top of already discounted rates) also applies to select Europe and Africa sailings.

Ship details: The 5-star SH Vega is an elegant boutique ship designed with a sleek Scandinavian motif. Launched in June 2022, this ship holds just 152 passengers, and with 120 crew members on board, guests will be well attended. The SH Diana, a slightly larger ice-class vessel, accommodates up to 192 guests and launched in May 2023. Guests can lounge in the many public spaces offering unobstructed views or head to the spa-like sauna. Further amenities include a state-of-the-art gym, Jacuzzis, a heated outdoor pool and two lounges. All cabins are spacious with a separate seating area and feature a glass-enclosed rain shower.

Book by Feb. 29.

* Restrictions may apply. Pricing is per person, based on 2 travelers sharing a cabin. A 15% deposit is due at the time of reservation. Full payment is due 60 days prior to departure. Children must be 8 years or older to travel; call Swan Hellenic for more details.

Refund Policy: If you book now but need to make changes to your trip for any reason, you may do so for a fee. Please review Swan Hellenic's terms and conditions before booking. For further assistance, please call Swan Hellenic at 1-800-537-6777.

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When You Can Go

Select dates June-August 2024

Savings

$5600 off regular rates

How to Book

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To receive more information, fill out the "request a quote" form on Swan Hellenic's site and select your departure date. Then, click "submit."


Book this deal by phone

Call Swan Hellenic at 1-800-537-6777.

Mention the promo code "Travelzoo50" to receive this offer.

Hours are 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. EST, Monday-Friday; if an agent is unavailable, please leave a voicemail, and you will receive a call back within 24 hours.

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