Virtually uninhabited and scarcely touched by humans, Antarctica is a land of extremes. This remote continent is the coldest, driest and most magical place on earth. Heading south from the Falkland Islands, you’ll feel the noticeable drop in temperature as you cross the Antarctic Convergence halfway across the notoriously rough Drake Passage. Prepare yourself for an extraordinary adventure with plenty of wildlife sightings and exhilarating activities. Be one of only a few that, with a bit of luck, can say you’ve crossed the Antarctic Circle. Spend your days hiking on the ice, learn about the history of the legendary Antarctic explorers or watch in wonder as penguins splash into the water.
What makes this trip extraordinary?
- Travel further than most visitors to Antarctica as you explore the Falkland Islands, the Antarctic Peninsula, the Antarctic Circle and the Weddell Sea.
- Take in the views and the absolute silence of the wildest continent on earth.
- Watch abundant wildlife and experience penguin colonies with up to 100,000 penguins.
- Be one of the few people to cross the Antarctic Circle.
- Witness the vast sweep of the Antarctic icecap as you sail into the remote Weddell Sea.