We offer Antarctica Cruises, tours and Antarctica travel packages to suit your every need. One of the most appealing aspects of Antarctica is its wildlife. Although there are only a few native species, those that have adapted to the harsh environment thrive in large numbers. Penguin populations are counted in the tens of thousands in some rookeries.
On a larger cruise ship, generally you are in Antarctica for the scenery and photo ops. Expeditions are much more hands on with daily zodiac landings. Some Antarctica Cruises take the adventure a step further, by offering a variety of optional active activities to enjoy such as camping, cross-country skiing, kayaking, and overnight camping on a glacier. We've listed a variety of vacations so you can choose the perfect Antarctica experience for you. All the planning if done for you and you can just sit back and relax, we have compiled a list of travel packages throughout Antarctica for you to choose from.
The Antarctic provides excitement only associated with early explorers. Take in the amazing scenery, a pristine wilderness of snow, ice, mountains and waterways, and an incredible wide variety of wildlife. On expeditions vs. large ship cruising, your ship will navigate some of the most beautiful waterways, and depending on ice conditions, you generally make at least 2 landings per day.
Set out on an epic voyage to the remote lands made famous by Ernest Shackleton. Traveling aboard the ice-class expedition ships, National Geographic Explorer and National Geographic Orion, spend six days discovering the icy wonders of the Antarctic P.. (click for more)
Cruising south, we arrive at Puerto Montt in the heart of Chile’s Lake District, a magical landscape of forested hills, lakes and volcanoes. Beauty continues on Chiloe Island and in Puerto Chacabuco, in northern Patagonia. Be up on deck as we crui.. (click for more)
Traveling aboard the state-of-the-art National Geographic Explorer or National Geographic Orion, encounter the spectacular Antarctic Peninsula and the surrounding islands and waterways. Glide around enormous tabular icebergs by Zodiac, walk along bea.. (click for more)
Travel aboard the National Geographic Explorer to the spectacular isles of the South Atlantic, discovering remote landscapes seen by few others on Earth. In the Falklands, see symbols of British culture while hiking amid dramatic landscapes har.. (click for more)
A high Arctic archipelago situated between Norway and the North Pole, Svalbard is a place of deep fjords, snow-capped mountains, massive sheets of ice, and magnificent polar bears. Travel under the midnight sun aboard the National Geographic Explorer.. (click for more)
Named after the renowned explorer, Sir Francis Drake, who sailed these
waters in 1578, the Drake Passage marks the Antarctica Convergence, a
biological barrier where cold polar water sinks beneath the warmer
northern waters. As you sail across the passage, chances are you will
see many varieties of seabirds, including albatrosses. The Drake
passage can at times have rough seas. For those short on time or who
prefer to jump right to the action, there is on trip where you can Fly
over the Drake and get started right on your cruise.
If you have the time, select a trip that visits the South Shetland Islands. This areas is a haven for wildlife. You'll see tons of penguin rookeries, Antarctica fur seals and southern elephant seals.
Whether you are interested in a cruise of Antarctica or a land tour cruise combination, we have various travel itineraries for you to choose from ranging from budget to luxury travel packages. Now vacationing in Antarctica is even easier, as we have done all the work for you. Buying your Antarctica Cruise Tour in advance gives you peace of mind because you prepay for your trip. There's no better time than now to take an Antarctica cruise tour vacation. Keep in mind when planning your cruise that peak season is November through March.