Elephant Island: Five Facts You Need to Know
Elephant Island, Antarctica, is named after the elephant seals that make their home there (as well as for its elephant-like shape). The island is located 150 miles off the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, in the outer reaches of the South Shetland Islands. Covered in ice and towering above the surrounding Southern Ocean, it’s truly a sight to behold. Here are five notable facts.
Chilean Fjords and Antarctica - White Christmas Adventure
Travel in harmony with the elements to the White Continent. En route, you will experience the wild natural wonders of the Chilean fjords. Once in Antarctica, the sight of mighty glaciers calving into the ocean, colonies of penguins, and pods of whales in the icy seas will create indelible memories. And on board there is so much to do. In our Activity Center, you can attend exciting lectures and take part in a wide variety of activities designed to enhance your trip.
- Dec 13 2019
- 15 days
- $ 9468
Antarctica - Christmas on the White Continent
Celebrate a spectacular Christmas! From Ushuaia, we cross the Drake Passage and sail on to an unforgettable exploration of Antarctica. Meet penguins up close and touch icebergs with your bare hands. On board there is so much to do: visit our Activity Center, attend exciting lectures, and enjoy the season´s festivities while surrounded by snow and ice!
- Dec 13 2019
- 17 days
- $ 9525