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Explore the wildlife-rich Falkland Islands and remote South Georgia before reaching Antarctica on this incredible voyage to Antarctica coupled with the once in a lifetime opportunity to be aboard a vessel being positioned directly under the path of the eclipse.
Enjoy one of our Antarctic Express fly-cruises on the Ocean Nova, Magellan Explorer, and Hebridean Sky vessels to get straight to the action.
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Antarctica is often considered the ultimate travel destination for Australians and there are few ways better than Antarctica Cruises to check this off your must-do holiday list. Many consider Antarctic Tours as exploring the last frontier and Antarctica Travel as the penultimate in travel experiences.
Travel to the end of the Earth and explore the vast wilderness of the great white continent on one of our many incredible Antarctica Travel Expeditions. Travellers are invited to join us on a small ship luxury Antarctica cruise as we explore the planet’s most remote continent with its unspoilt, awe-inspiring scenery and incredible wildlife encounters.
Antarctica is the fifth largest, the coldest and the driest continent on Earth. Antarctica Tours not only offer travellers the amazing opportunity to observe the abundance of wildlife it has to offer from the comfort of their expedition vessel, but also to gain inspirational insights from a dedicated and knowledgeable crew who spend their working lives traversing the icy ends of the globe. This is truly the very height of exciting travel and adventure holidays. Add the great, white continent to your travel itinerary and see for yourself what the most remote destination on the planet can offer you.
The Antarctica Cruise season runs from November to March each year – with the months of November and March generally having the cheaper cruises, and December to mid-February being the peak season. Each month really offers its unique advantages. Cruises depart from South America or New Zealand. The voyage from South America is the more affordable and popular departure option having considerably less sea days, but the New Zealand option offers an opportunity to see the sub-Antarctic islands crossing the Ross Sea and witness the amazing King and Emperor Penguins.
Choose from our range of fascinating trips or contact us and we’ll be happy to tailor the perfect itinerary to suit your requirements.