Highlights of Antarctica

Price from
A$10,335

Departure Dates
22 departures between Nov 2022 and Mar 2024
Duration
12 days

Discover the wonders of the seventh continent

  • 12-day expedition cruise, starting in Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, flying to Ushuaia and then onwards to Antarctica in the summer months.

  • Discover Antarctica's wildlife, as we spot seals, penguin colonies and go whale watching against backdrops of staggering natural beauty.

  • Join our Expedition Team as they deliver lectures and accompany landings, sharing their knowledge on glaciology, wildlife, climate change and polar exploration.

Breathtaking icescapes

Marvel at colossal glaciers and icebergs on this incredible Antarctica expedition cruise. Experience nature's majesty as we navigate ever-changing icescapes on our hybrid-powered ship. Your Expedition Team will bring you close to your stunning surroundings on ice-cruising and landing activities.

Antarctic wildlife

It's a busy time for the wildlife of Antarctica between November and March. In October and November, penguins court and nest, while December and January is when penguins hatch. February and March offer peak whale watching opportunities. 

What's Included

Flights

Hotel

Onboard activities

Landing activities


Route overview

We'll help you plan where to go, when to visit and how long to stay

Buenos Aires

The beat of Buenos Aires

Day 1

Penguin Island

Early start in Ushuaia

Day 2

Science Center on board MS Fridtjof Nansen

Get set for Antarctica

Day 3-4

Penguins on Galindez Island

Antarctica: another world

Day 5-9

Guest enjoying the hot tub on deck

Returning to warmer waters

Day 10-11

Woman and man looking at each other dancing tango.

Back to Buenos Aires

Day 12

Ships on this expedition

Take a closer look at our ships typically used on this expedition

Included Programmes

It's a mixture of adventure activities for individuals of all ages

Expedition Team in Antarctica

Your onboard guides are local experts in areas of interest specific to Antarctica