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Join us on an epic journey to Antarctica! Cruise past sealife like whales, get up and close with penguins on an excursion, and witness the breathtaking icebergs and incredible landscapes.
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Explore the "White Continent" of Antarctica, where penguins, whales, cormorants, and sea lions reign. Visit the South Shetland Islands, see Paradise Bay, cruise past icebergs, and take in the spectacular landscape and scenery only Antarctica can offer. We have Antarctica cruise options departing from Ushuaia, Argentina, featuring the latest technology and most reliable infrastructure to weather the ever-changing conditions on your journey to this lost continent. With delicious meals, educational naturalist lectures, and land excursions with the Zodiac boats, this tour is a can't miss for world travelers.
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If you've ever dreamed of visiting all 7 continents, and seeing where penguins and whales live without the constant intrusion of humans, or where the most hard-boiled adventurers of the early 20th century risked their lives to compete for international fame, Antarctica is the place to visit. Come as we explore some facts about Antarctica.
The best time to go to Antarctica is between November and March. On your Antarctica cruise, you will witness the Antarctic peninsula for yourself, as well as the South Georgia Islands and South Shetland Islands. You will see a host of landscapes and wildlife which will take your breath away. With a little taste for adventure, you can witness some spectacular scenery that few individuals get to see. Imagine camping and kayaking in the fresh air off the coast of Antarctica, while seals swim nearby and birds fly overhead.