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Travel to Greenland: Last-minute Deals for 2013

Greenland, or Kalaallit Nunaat (Land of the People, in the Greenlandic language), is the largest island in the world, dominated by a 3000-meter-high icecap and home to the northernmost point of land on Earth. Despite its size, this land is only inhabited by less than 100,000 people. Travel to this remote land this summer and see travel deals that rarely come to this region.

Just announced, the Greenland Explorer and East Greenland - Aurora Borealis expeditions now offer buy-one-get-one-free berths. Or you can enjoy no single supplement, or the bonus of having your children (ages 8-17, one per full-fare-paying adult) travel for free!

East Greenland - Aurora Borealis departs on September 9, 2013 from Reykjavik, Iceland, traveling for 14 days. The Greenland Explorer 14-day expedition travels between Reykjavik and Kangerlussuaq/Ottowa, and departs on August 16 or August 28, 2013.

Polar bears, iconic colorful houses, icecaps, glaciers, the Northern Lights and more. Greenland is full of unforgettable vistas and experiences for travelers on these expeditions aboard the 114-guest, luxurious Sea Spirit.

The fine print: Single supplement and child deals expire August 31, 2013. New reservations only; buy one get one free does not apply to triple cabins. Not combinable with any other promotion expect past passenger discount. Promotion may be changed or discontinued at any time without notice. Cabins are limited. Contact  the Arctic expedition specialists at AdventureSmith Explorations to learn more and save on Greenland 2013 travel! If you miss this Greenland travel deal, browse the other special offers continually updated on our Arctic expeditions page - just look for the orange special offer banner.


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