Amidst the solitude of Antarctica, adventurous travellers can discover an ethereal landscape that lingers in their memory. Very few have ventured onto this appealingly inaccessible continent, but those who have, rave about the privilege of gazing upon towering mountains, bulky glaciers, and luminous, dreamlike icebergs. Perhaps more than anywhere else, Antarctica reminds those who journey to visit it of the awesome power of nature.
Offering some of the most pristine natural sites in the world, plus the chance to be adventurous by camping on ice, kayaking by huge rookeries of penguins, or simply enjoying the up to 4 daily landings and 18 hours of daylight, the experience that Antarctica offers the globetrotters is unrivaled.
In years past, Antarctica was a destination for the financially well-to-do and those with a true spirit of adventure. One of those two prerequisites has changed – you no longer need to be a Bill Gates or Warren Buffet to travel to one of the world’s last true frontiers. Options now abound to journey to the true downunder destination of Antarctica, as many varying budgets can now be catered to.
2- or 3-Day Fly to Antarctica 2 or 3 Days
Fly to Antarctica, even just for one day!
10-Day Antarctica Express (departs from Punta Arenas)
Fly south to the continent and join a traditional expedition cruise, returning to South America by plane or by ship – crossing the Drake Passage and rounding the horn.
22-Day Falklands, South Georgia, and Antarctica Explorer
Enjoy a full week in the Falkland Islands – what we consider the next Galapagos Islands – and then journey via South Georgia and the Shetlands to Antarctica.
Now amongst all these possible travel options, you also have such varied activities and choices when actually visiting Antarctica. Bird watching, ice climbing, kayaking, photography, painting, trekking, and wellness programs all add to your Antarctica experience.
SAVE up to $2300 on Antarctica Expeditions
Book before 30 September, 2015, and receive a Free Charter Air and Buenos Aires Hotel package (valued at $1500USD) on the following voyages:
Antarctic Explorer: Discovering the 7th Continent (with flights from Buenos Aires)
2015 Departure Dates: November 7, 16, 25 & 28; December 4 & 8
Falklands South Georgia and Antarctica: Explorers and Kings (with flight from Buenos Aires), Departure Date: December 13, 2015
Crossing the Circle: Southern Expeditions (with flights from Buenos Aires),
Departure Date: December 31, 2015
SAVE up to $9550 on Antartica
Grab this early (penguin) bird savings for the 2016 -2017 Antarctica Express (Departing from Ushuaia), and save up to $7950 USD / $9550 CAD per person.
Savings also available on:
Antarctic Explorer: Discovering the 7th Continent (Departs from Buenos Aires)
Antarctica – Crossing the Circle
Antarctica Express (Departs from Punta Arenas),
Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctica Explorer – 22 Days,
Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica Cruise via Buenos Aires