Incredible experiences in Antarctica
Is there really anything much to do in a continent covered in snow? You might be surprised! Hike with Polar guides, watch penguins, kayak, camp on the snow, take zodiac boat trips to get close to wildlife and icebergs . . .
When to go to Antarctica
The best time to head for Antarctica is in the summer months from about November to March when the sea ice melts enough for the ships to get close. High season is from December to February as both the weather and the wildlife are better at this time. Usually, you will be tied to specific dates by the departure dates of the cruise ships.Read more
8 days from £ please ask us for prices pp
Fly across the Drake Passage to your comfortable expedition ship for a wonderful cruise among the stunning scenery and wildlife of the Antarctic.
- Unleash your inner explorer to follow in the snowshoe-tracks of the Antarctic pioneers
- Zodiac trips and snow hikes with expert Polar guides
- Visit current and historic Antarctic research stations
- Relax onboard the expedition vessel, enjoying tasty food and the friendly small-ship atmosphere
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