Lindblad freezes prices on 2017 Galapagos expeditions

Galapagos wildlife includes seals.

Undoubtedly a bucket list destination, the Galapagos Islands is extremely popular among adventurers keen to check out the array of unique wildlife, of which many species cannot be found anywhere else on the planet.

Lindblad Expeditions is so keen to encourage Australians to check out the region that it is freezing prices on its 2017 Galapagos expeditions at 2016 levels, provided the booking is made before 30 June this year. The brand will have two ships operation in the region next year including the newly purchased and refurbished Via Australis, meaning availability remains strong at this early stage. Expeditions depart year-round on Fridays and Saturdays.

Guests too eager to wait to travel until next year can also enjoy a $500 discount per person if making their booking before April 30, 2016. This offer is valid for travel on select departures before the end of May on National Geographic Endeavour and National Geographic Islander and also includes free airfares in South America between Guayaquil and Galápagos.

Itineraries are priced from $8,240 per person twin share, excluding select departures during peak holiday periods. For more information on these deals, click the link above.

Among the islands in the Galapagos is Isabela Island.
Isabela Island, one of the islands in the Galapagos chain.