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Starting at:
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$ 11,643
Length
18 Days
Embark
Buenos Aires
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Buenos Aires
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$ 11,643

Highlights

  • Spend 11 days exploring the wonders of Antarctica
  • With the milder summer weather, we’ll aim to journey below the Antarctic Circle to the secluded and magnificent Marguerite Bay.
  • There are opportunities for whale spotting, seeing young penguins, hiking, kayaking, ice-cruising, and even camping on the Antarctic snow.

The Argentinian capital is the birthplace of tango and a global hub of culture and cuisine. After an exciting first night here, you’ll head to Ushuaia to board your expedition ship and continue your journey south. When we cross the Drake Passage to get to Antarctica, the weather and sea ice here can be unpredictable. That’s why we don’t have a fixed itinerary when we travel to Antarctica. Instead, we carefully monitor current conditions and decide each day on the best sites to explore. It’s what we call ‘the expedition factor’.

Get ready for 11 full days in Antarctica, where immense icebergs and whales will leave you awestruck. You’ll spot species upon species of seabirds and have your heart warmed watching parent penguins care for their chicks. The season’s milder weather may have created a path through the sea ice south of the Antarctic Circle, all the way to Marguerite Bay, where we hope to visit remote historical buildings. Join the Expedition Team for lectures, ice-cruising, and landings along the way.

Ships

MS Roald Amundsen

A stylish ship-cum-sanctuary sailing Antarctica's spectacular icescapes in the most sustainable way.

Standard Activities

Bird Watching
Bird Watching
microscope
Citizen Science
Crossing The Circle
Crossing The Circle
blindness
Hiking
Penguin Watching
Penguin Watching
Research Station Visits
Research Station Visits

Itinerary Day to Day

Day 1

Dazzling Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is all about architecture, tango and steaks. You’ll enjoy an overnight stay here, giving you a chance to sample its fiery flavor.

Head to a neighborhood bar for a tango performance before savoring sizzling Argentinian beef in one of the city’s delicious steakhouses.

Make sure you also take in the beautiful architecture. The pretty-in-pink Casa Rosada is stunning, as is the National Museum of Fine Arts, displaying works by Van Gogh, Monet and Picasso.

Buenos Aires
Embarkation Point
Day 2

Setting sail from Ushuaia

Days 3-4

Get set for Antarctica

Days 5-15

Antarctica: another world

Days 16-17

Back through Drake Passage

Day 18

Ushuaia and Buenos Aires

Route Map

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January 11 - Jan 28, 2025
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January 27 - Feb 13, 2025
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February 12 - Mar 1, 2025
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January 1 - Jan 18, 2026
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February 18 - Mar 7, 2026
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