For those worried about rough weather when sailing to Antarctica, for those who want to add an Antarctic adventure to a South American trip, or for those who are simply short on time, this Antarctica fly-in expedition cruise is the perfect solution.   From Punta Arenas in Chile's Patagonia you fly across the Drake Passage to King George Island, part of the in the South Shetland Archipelago, where you board your luxury cruise vessel.
You will spend the next four+ days exploring the Antarctic Peninsula and come to know the wonders of the White Continent.  Encounter predators such as leopard seals and orcas as they patrol the shoreline near penguin rookeries housing thousands of Adélie, gentoo and chinstrap penguins.  Whales and seabirds will be present too and you may cruise in a Zodiac or paddle in a kayak to come up close to nature's wonders.
There will be plenty of landings too so you can stretch your legs or go on a hike to an adandoned whaling station, a research outpost or to the foot of a calving glacier.
Guiding you through it all is a team of expert leaders who will complement your cruise with a lecture programme about glaciology, biology, geology, history and more.
This one-week adventure cruise in Antarctica will be a dream trip come true!
For those worried about rough weather when sailing to Antarctica, for those who want to add an Antarctic adventure to a South American trip, or for those who are simply short on time, this Antarctica fly-in expedition cruise is the perfect solution.   From Punta Arenas in Chile's Patagonia you fly across the Drake Passage to King George Island, part of the in the South Shetland Archipelago, where you board your luxury cruise vessel.
You will spend the next four+ days exploring the Antarctic Peninsula and come to know the wonders of the White Continent.  Encounter predators such as leopard seals and orcas as they patrol the shoreline near penguin rookeries housing thousands of Adélie, gentoo and chinstrap penguins.  Whales and seabirds will be present too and you may cruise in a Zodiac or paddle in a kayak to come up close to nature's wonders.
There will be plenty of landings too so you can stretch your legs or go on a hike to an adandoned whaling station, a research outpost or to the foot of a calving glacier.
Guiding you through it all is a team of expert leaders who will complement your cruise with a lecture programme about glaciology, biology, geology, history and more.
This one-week adventure cruise in Antarctica will be a dream trip come true!
Antarctica

Antarctica Fly-in Expedition Cruise

Small-Ship Cruise

8

US$

days from

11065

For those worried about rough weather when sailing to Antarctica, for those who want to add an Antarctic adventure to a South American trip, or for those who are simply short on time, this Antarctica fly-in expedition cruise is the perfect solution. From Punta Arenas in Chile's Patagonia you fly across the Drake Passage to King George Island, part of the in the South Shetland Archipelago, where you board your luxury cruise vessel.
You will spend the next four+ days exploring the Antarctic Peninsula and come to know the wonders of the White Continent. Encounter predators such as leopard seals and orcas as they patrol the shoreline near penguin rookeries housing thousands of Adélie, gentoo and chinstrap penguins. Whales and seabirds will be present too and you may cruise in a Zodiac or paddle in a kayak to come up close to nature's wonders.
There will be plenty of landings too so you can stretch your legs or go on a hike to an adandoned whaling station, a research outpost or to the foot of a calving glacier.
Guiding you through it all is a team of expert leaders who will complement your cruise with a lecture programme about glaciology, biology, geology, history and more.
This one-week adventure cruise in Antarctica will be a dream trip come true!

Activity / Theme

Country

Canoe / kayak, Expedition Cruise, Hiking, Nature & Wildlife, Snow

Antarctica

Comfort Level

Physical Rating

Luxury

Leisurely / Moderate

Transportation

Accommodation

128 guest expedition cruise vessel or 172 passenger luxury expedition cruise ship

Cabin or balcony suite of your choice

Months of Operation

January, February, March, December

Adventure Coordinators Insider Tip:

Flights in and out of Punta Arenas can be subject to weather delays.  Make sure you book plenty of time between your international flights and your flights to and from Antarctica

Itinerary

DAY 1 Join Punta Arenas, Chile
DAY 2 Fly King George Island , board ship
DAYS 3 - 6 Discover Antarctica
DAY 7 Disembarkation, fly Punta Arenas
DAY 8 Trip ends

Inclusions

Experienced Expedition Leaders
All Zodiac transfers and cruising
All shore landings
Shipboard accommodation with daily housekeeping
All meals, snacks, soft drinks, coffee, tea, cocoa and juices on board
Select beer and wine during dinner
Presentations by our Expedition Team and guest speakers
A photographic journal documenting the expedition
Loan of a pair of waterproof expedition boots
An official expedition parka to keep
Hair dryer and bathrobes in every cabin
All miscellaneous service taxes and port charges
All luggage handling aboard the ship
Emergency Evacuation insurance for all passengers (max. USD $500,000 pp)
Group airport to hotel v.v. transfers in Punta Arenas prior to cruise
One night’s accommodation in Punta Arenas with breakfast on day 1
Briefing dinner in Punta Arenas
Flights to and from King George Island
Group airport to hotel transfer in Punta Arenas on day 7
One night’s hotel accommodation in Punta Arenas with breakfast on day 7

Sample tour.  Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice.  Please inquire.

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