Expedition Cruise to The Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica

Small-Ship Cruise



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Those who have been will tell you that visiting South Georgia is a world apart from Antarctica. Both are stunning and unique but both offer their own fascinating wildlife and scenery. South Georgia is well known for its huge penguin rookeries, home to hundreds of thousands of King penguins and beaches fought over by elephant seals. In addition the island is known for the heroic journey by Shackleton and his men across the glaciers to the whaling stations on the north shore. The great man now lies buries at Grytviken and visiting his grave is a highlight of your journey. Onward to Antarctica where glaciers, icebergs, several species of penguin, sea birds, seal and whales await. Add to this journey a stop at the Falklands with its unique avifauna and one of the world's most remote outposts and you have a journey that is hard to beat.

Activity / Theme


Expedition Cruise, Nature & Wildlife, Canoe / kayak, Hiking, Mixed-Activity, Snow, Expedition Cruise


Comfort Level

Physical Rating


Leisurely / Moderate


ice-strengthened expedition cruise vessel


Comfortable quad, triple and twin cabins all with private facilities

Months of Operation

October, November, December, January, February, March

Adventure Coordinators Insider Tip:

I was lukcy enough to hike the Shackleton Crossing.  Then I returned to the Grytviken graveyard with a bottle of locally purchased Shackleton whiskey and toasted this greatest of explorers.


DAY 1 Arrive Ushuaia
DAY 2 Embarkation Day
DAY 3 At Sea - lectures
Day 4-5 Falklands - birdlife & historic Stanley
Day 6-8 At Sea - lectures
Day 9-12 South Georgia - King penguin colonies, albatross, elephant seal, whaling stations
Day 13-14 At Sea - lectures
Day 15-19 Antarctic Peninsula - penguins, whales, glaciers, seal, birds
Day 20 Drake Passage Crossing - lectures
Day 21 Disembark Ushuaia


Voyage aboard
All meals throughout the voyage including snacks, coffee and tea
All shore excursions and activities by Zodiac
Program of lectures by noted naturalists
Leadership by experienced expedition staff
Free use of rubber boots and snowshoes
Pre-scheduled group transfer from the vessel to the airport in Ushuaia
All miscellaneous service taxes and port charges throughout the programme
Comprehensive pre-departure material

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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