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Only true brave hearts like Scott or Shackelton venture in the Spine, soul and mind chilling exploration to the southernmost and remote part of the world- Antarctica. However technological advancement made this almost uncharted region more accessible today, something that wasn’t there in the late 19th century.
With us you can explore the end of the world (literally!) at a comfort level and privacy of Small vessels. Have an opportunity to meet and greet with penguins and seals or be enticed by the fifty shades of White while venturing in the bare lands inhabited by Albatross colonies
Malvinas Argentinas Ushuaia International Airport, Ushuaia
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Antarctica has a highly capricious weather, and most of the cruise is totally weather dependent. However it does not mean that we cannot overcome this conflict. The tour may be slightly unpredictable for landing at the destinations, but what is an Adventure sans the challenges.
At the end of the day you would still get to see the Penguins, seals, Albatrosses in the natural habitat and get to boast about getting near to the Antarctic Circle and Hike in the Antarctic Peninsula. Highlights of your end of the world vacation are:
Arrive in Ushuaia, Argentina- nicknamed the ‘end of the world’. This windswept town is your gateway to the Antarctic vacation. Enjoy your free day and rest well to embrace the trip ahead. However you may visit the natural Science museum to acquaint with the regional Flora and Fauna.
(Overnight at Ushuaia)
Today after breakfast, get aboard on your ship equipped with comfortable cabins, doctors, and lecturers and begin your Voyage in the Antarctic.
(Overnight at Your Ship)
Continuously travel for two days, into the one of roughest and infamous passages-‘the drake passage ’. However sea birds like albatrosses, petrels are a regular feature along with whales, orcas and occasional dolphins. Safe to say you won’t be traversing alone in these waters.
(Overnight at Ship)
Now comes the most exciting and chilling as well as unpredictable part of the tour as you enter the polar region. The Path is dependent on your able ship captain and the weather. Here are some of the Major Islands you will visit (not necessarily in the same order):
Brown Bluff: The most scenic stop on your Antarctic vacation. This piece of land is adorned with the brown volcanic scape along with white icing of snow. It is home to a large Adelie Penguin rookery and Gentoo penguin as well as petrel colonies.
Devil Island: Another abode of large penguin colony it also features a melting iceberg water fall that is truly a sight to behold.
Duse Bay: A shift from fauna this sight is best viewed through a helicopter ride. This is will give you a picturesque scene of colorful moss and lichen covered terrain.
Paulet Island: Another major colony of various fauna, this small circular island also boasts some historic monuments- a memory left behind by previous explorers.
Hope bay: A home to the Argentinean research station also called Esperanza Base is only one of the two civilian bases. Here you will get the opportunity to go on hikes on the white terrain.
Note: Incase of severe weather changes the tour would redirect to the lemaire Channel instead of going deeper into the Weddell Sea.
(Overnight at Cruise Vessel)
As your Adventure ends visit the heaven for wildlife photography as you see the diverse expanse of land inhabited by different species of seals, penguins and also a nesting ground for Albatrosses. Land on the Deception Island- a part of South Shetland Archipelago to discover the varied terrain including crater lakes and Teflon bay. Kayak and swim in the dormant volcanic waters of half moon island and then move towards the Antarctic Circle to paradise Bay for more hikes and unsurpassed fauna and tundra flora.
(Overnight at Cruise Vessel)
Again head toward the Drake Passage as you drift away from the Antarctic Scenery.
Disembark in Ushuaia, and depart from Ushuaia International airport taking with you memory of the cold Antarctic adventure.