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you have always wanted to travel to Antarctica but are afraid of seasickness or are short on time



If you have ever dreamed of going to Antarctica you will have probably read the stories about stormy crossings of the Drake Passage, the sea that separates South America from the Antarctic Peninsula. And it is true; you'd probably have a 50/50 chance of sailing in rough seas.


Personally I relish the adventure. And as I get seasick looking at a glass of water, I struggled with the idea. I found motion sickness tablets work well for me. But they make you drowsy and they do not work for everyone.


So what are you to do if you have always wanted to travel to Antarctica but are afraid of seasickness. Or what if you are short on time?


You fly.


Yes, you can fly from Punta Arenas to King George Island in Antarctica in about two hours, cutting out a potentially rough 2-day each way ocean crossing. When you get to Antarctica, your comfortable cruise ship awaits. Depending on which voyage you choose, you get anywhere from 6 to 8 days in Antarctica to enjoy the splendid wilderness and phenomenal wildlife; we have access to trips offered by all the main cruise companies, including Antarctica XXI, Aurora Expeditions and Quark Expeditions.






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