Antarctica

Antarctic Cruises exploring the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and the Antarctic Peninsula

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Antarctica

Cruise Antarctica, the world’s most remote continent, to see breath-taking scenery and incredible wildlife.

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Our Antarctica Itineraries

Weddell Sea Voyage

Explore the Weddell Sea and the Antarctic Peninsula in this 11-day cruise organised by Oceanwide Expeditions and sold by Gane and Marshall. During the course of the voyage, you will have the chance to land on the Antarctic Continent and visit an Emperor Penguin colony by helicopter.

Destination

  • Antarctic Cruises
  • Antarctica

Experience

  • Cruise Holidays
  • Polar Travel

Prices from £7695 pp

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Antarctic Peninsula

The Antarctic Peninsula consists of an 800 kilometre (500 mile) long mountain chain, the highest peaks rising to approximately 2,800 metres, and numerous off-lying islands. This region offers the most dramatic scenery and the biggest variety of wildlife in Antarctica. Visitors are overcome by the stunning landscapes of glaciers, icebergs, Antarctic mountains, and the abundant and tame wildlife. This thrilling cruise itinerary follows a classic Antarctic route.

Destination

  • Antarctic Cruises
  • Antarctica

Experience

  • Cruise Holidays
  • Polar Travel

Prices from £5300 pp

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Falklands, South Georgia, and the Antarctic Peninsula

This comprehensive 3-week Antarctic cruise itinerary will give you the chance to explore the fjords, glaciers and snow-capped mountains of South Georgia, hike the rugged terrain of the Falkland Islands, and discover the spectacular scenery and Polar wildlife of the Antarctic Peninsula.

Destination

  • Antarctic Cruises
  • Antarctica

Experience

  • Cruise Holidays
  • Polar Travel

Prices from £7575 pp

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Antarctica By Activity

Additional Information

Entry Requirements

There are no passport requirements for the Antarctic. However, access to the Antarctic, whether for cruise holidays or Polar expeditions, is typically via Argentina, Chile, Uruguay or New Zealand. Depending on the nature of your itinerary, you may require a visa for one of Argentina, Chile or Uruguay; British passport holders do not currently require a visa to enter New Zealand.

Please ensure your passport is valid for at least 6 months from the end date of your itinerary.

Serengeti Honeymoon

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