We think that if you are going to travel to Antarctica, you
should do it properly. Include the Falklands and South Georgia if
you can, and discuss your options (including duration, itinerary
and departure date) with us to make sure you choose the right
expedition for you - they are not all the same, and going for a
cheaper option can be a false economy.
For your first visit, the easiest access is via South America,
but other choices are available. It's possible to fly to Antarctica
if you don't fancy the ocean crossing - read our guide to crossing the Drake Passage for more
Your Antarctic cruise will be enhanced by expert lecturers on
board, specialising in a whole range of subjects from marine
biology, to ice, to the history of those intrepid early explorers.
An efficient and well trained crew help you disembark into zodiacs,
bringing you face to face with the reality of this extraordinary
Marine mammals, an amazing range of birds, and comical penguins
as far as the eye can see will all add to the excitement, and
nothing can prepare you for the seething mass of life to be found
here, nor for the extraordinary beauty of the polar landscape.