Get 25% off all 2025 Arctic Departures With Wild Women Expeditions

by | Jan 15, 2024

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Last updated on February 9th, 2024

Get 25% off all 2025 Arctic departures with Wild Women Expeditions

If the hundreds of women who registered for our Arctic webinar last week is any indication – the Arctic is a fascinating destination for women over 50. No wonder it made our “30 Less-Travelled Places for Women to Travel to in 2024” list! Last Thursday, we hosted a fabulous webinar with our Women’s Travel Directory partner, Wild Women Expeditions, where we discussed everything you need to know about the Arctic, from where to go, how to get there, and why you should start planning now for a 2025 departure.

For those who joined our Arctic webinar (watch it here if you missed it), our three top takeaways are:

  1. If you choose to travel by a small ship like the Ocean Endeavour, you will get the rare chance to go on land, meet the Indigenous people who live here and support their communities
  2. While you can go on your own to some parts of the Arctic, going on an expedition ship means you don’t have to worry about flights because it’s all included, as are excursions and day trips
  3. Want to go solo? For a limited time, Wild Women Expeditions have some solo cabins available as a free upgrade! Availability is limited so please call one of their Polar Experts on +1 (888) 993-1222 to secure your solo cabin.

If a trip to the Arctic has been lingering on your bucket list, consider this your sign to take the plunge and go ahead to book that adventure. Get a 25% early-bird discount on all of Wild Women Expeditions’ 2025 Arctic expeditions for a limited time only! Make sure you mention JourneyWoman and the promo code JWARCTIC25 at the time of booking either via email [email protected] or on the phone +1 (888) 993-1222. Hurry – these exclusive deals are valid until January 31, 2024 or while inventory lasts.

About Wild Women Expeditions

Wild Women Expeditions is a global leader in women’s travel and a partner in our Women’s Travel Directory. They offer all kinds of outdoor adventures, from hiking to horseback riding, kayaking to sailing and have tours in 30 countries.

Check out these Wild Women Expeditions’ 2025 Arctic expeditions below!

Make sure you mention JourneyWoman and the promo code JWARCTIC25 at the time of booking either via email [email protected] or on the phone +1 (888) 993-1222.

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Scotland The Faroe Islands and Iceland North Atlantic Saga

June 23 – July 3, 2025 (11 days)*

Starting at $4,796 USD/$6,417 CAD** (originally $6,995 USD/$8,021 CAD)

If you like a little of this and a little of that, this is exactly what you’re looking for! Navigating in the comfort of the Ocean Endeavour from historic Aberdeen, Scotland to jazzy Reykjavik, Iceland, this North Atlantic Saga adventure offers an intimate introduction to the 18 volcanic Faroe Islands scattered in the sea in between. This itinerary delivers a solid dose of seabirds, archaeology, art, stonehenge’s, puffins, Faroese chain dancing and Icelandic hot dogs!

*Extend this trip with the Iceland Circumnavigation tour starting at $5,546 USD/$7421 CAD

**Discount already applied on website

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Iceland Circumnavigation

July 3 – 12, 2025 (10 days)

Starting at $5,546 USD/$7,421 CAD* (originally $6,932 USD/$9,276 CAD)

From cosmo Reykjavik, round the immense island country and back, this 10-day small ship expedition is a constant highlight reel of Oreo black sand beaches, volcanoes, glacier tongues, hardened lava fields, daunting mountains, otherworldly basalt columns, pounding waterfalls, dripping caves and immense craters.

*Discount already applied on website

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Heart of the Arctic

July 24 – August 5, 2025 (13 days)

Starting at $5,621 USD/$7,521 CAD* (originally $7,026 USD/$9,401 CAD)

Polar plunge yourself into the extremes where the frozen landscape, polar bears and Inuit culture merge on our Heart of the Arctic adventure! You’ll be in the company of local knowledge-keepers, recognized Arctic experts, historians and naturalists eager to share their bone-deep passion and intel with you.

*Discount already applied on website

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Baffin Island and Greenland

August 5 – 16, 2025 (12 days)

Starting at $5,621 USD/$7,521 CAD* (originally $7,026 USD/$9,401 CAD)

Circling the Midnight Sun is an extraordinary experience escalated by the passage through Inuit Nunangat–the ice, water and lands of Inuit. Between April and September, the northern hemisphere is tipped toward the sun which results in longer days and warmer weather. Near and north of the Arctic Circle, the astronomical phenomenon of the midnight sun occurs. Depending on the community, the sun never completely sets beneath the horizon for up to four months of the year!

*Discount already applied on website

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Out of the Northwest Passage

September 1 – 17, 2025 (17 days)

​​Starting at $12,371 USD/$16,554 CAD* (originally $15,463 USD/$20,692 CAD)

For an out of this world experience, Out of the Northwest Passage delivers all the chills and thrills. The land of two names is introduced from all angles–from its mineral depths, sovereignty battles, glacier faces, Inuit resilience, explorer graves and polar bears. There’s so much to learn on this small ship expedition about climate change, icebergs, colonialism, narwhals, belugas, tundra flora, early seafaring and Inuit tradition.

*Discount already applied on website

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Greenland and Wild Labrador

September 17 – October 1, 2025 (14 days)

​​Starting at $7,497 USD/$10,032 CAD* (originally $9,371 USD/$12,540 CAD)

If your to-do checklist includes polar bears, icebergs, learning the Greenland Polka, birding nirvana, tromping around national parks, Norse and Inuit history—our Greenland and Wild Labrador Adventure is designed just for you. Right down to the cup of fragrant Labrador tea (and we’ve included a few mummies for good measure)!

*Discount already applied on website

Wild Women Expeditions is currently offering a 25% early-bird discount on all of their 2025 Arctic expeditions, including a limited number of free upgrades to solo cabins with no single supplement, for a limited time only! Make sure you mention JourneyWoman and the promo code JWARCTIC25 at the time of booking either via email [email protected] or on the phone +1 (888) 993-1222.

Hurry – these exclusive deals are valid until January 31, 2024 or while inventory lasts.

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Learn more about the Arctic from our recent webinar with Wild Women Expeditions here.

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