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Active Retirees : Active Retirees Oct-Nov
Cruising to the heart of nature with Aurora Expeditions antarctica | european arctic | russian coast | kimberley coast | papua new guinea Scotland, European Arctic & Russian Coast Small group voyages, flexible itineraries, regular Zodiac landings, expert staff, educational lectures on board and open bridge policy attract adventurous souls keen to explore some of the most beautiful places on Earth. Chrissie Goldrick Scotland & European Arctic Prices start from AUD$7,500 per person** Wild Scotland and the Faroe Islands – Explore the untamed coastline and islands west and north of Scotland by Zodiac or kayak. Discover intriguing channels and hidden lochs, seabird colonies, and waters are patrolled by whales and dolphins. Or celebrate our 16th season in the European Arctic! Spitsbergen, Greenland and Iceland – home to the mighty polar bear, walrus and whales, active volcanoes, spectacular glaciers and deep fjords. Russian Coast Prices start from USD$8,450 per person** We return once more to the captivating Russian Coast. Brown bears, sea lions, otters, jagged peaks and Kamchatka’s snow capped volcanoes of the Russian Far East all give way to polar bears, walrus, pack ice, secret military life and World Heritage-listed islands of the Russian Arctic. For a more intense exploration, why not link two shorter voyages back-to-back? Carol Hall Al Bakker Chrissie Goldrick David Mannix ** Prices valid from 3 August 2011 Order your FREE Scotland, European Arctic and Russian Coast 2012 brochure today! E: email@example.com T:+61 2 9252 1033 www.auroraexpeditions.com.au M6027-AUR_Probus-FPC_Tri.indd 1 24/08/11 10:41 AM
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