Highlights of Antarctica

Price from $9,805
$8,981

Departure Dates
4 departures between Jan 2023 and Mar 2024
Duration
12 days

Looking for a concentrated expedition cruise that’s all about the frozen continent? This is it. Together with us, you’ll explore the Antarctic Peninsula on an adventure like no other

Get ready for a summer expedition cruise of remote wilderness and rare wildlife that is all about the unique highlights of Antarctica

Tango and the Drake Passage  

Spend a night in the Argentine capital, the place where tango was invented and still celebrated in bars across the city. The next day, you’ll fly to Ushuaia and board your hybrid-powered ship MS Roald Amundsen which will sail south into the Drake Passage towards Antarctica. That’s when we enter expedition mode for real, allowing sea ice and local weather to determine our agenda on any given day. But with decades of experience sailing here and more than 20 possible landing spots in the Antarctic Peninsula, we always bring you the best sites available at the time.   

The wonders of Antarctica  

It’s summer when you get to Antarctica. The temperature is milder and the five days you spend here among the icebergs and glaciers will seem longer. Arriving in January, you’ll enjoy the sight of colonies of thousands of penguins with their adorable chicks while the March cruise is the best time for seeing whales. Our Expedition Team will take you ice-cruising and on landings to get you even closer to the impressive scenery, and you may even get the chance to go kayaking among the icebergs on an optional activity.

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

Day 1

Tango is only the beginning

Day 2

Start at the ‘End of the World’

Day 3-4

Crossing to another continent

Day 5-9

Where nature reigns supreme

Waves hit iceberg.

Day 10-11

A return to open waters

Day 12

All good things…

Ships on this expedition

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

Included Activities

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

Photo Credit: David Katz

Landing sites in Antarctica

An endless white wilderness, Antarctica is nature at its most sublime and haunting.

Photo Credit: Espen Mills

Onboard Science Program

Our Science Programme has one goal: to increase your curiosity, knowledge and interest of the areas you are sailing to.

Young Explorers Program

Welcome all young explorers

Antarctica

Highlights of Antarctica