Adventure specialists Bentours has introduced several new cruises for 2013 and 2014 that stop off in the Falkland Islands and South Georgia, as well as a 19-day expedition on MS Fram exploring the remote South Orkneys, which departs on December 1, 2013 from Ushuaia.
Here’s a selection:
For the ultimate white Christmas, spend Christmas Day (2013) on the Antarctic Peninsula or join the 17-day South Georgia Anniversary Voyage on board MS Fram, which includes a special Christmas service at the 100-year-old wooden church in Grytviken.
Think inside the circle – the 14-day Quest for the Antarctic Circle cruise (which has departures on December 20, 2013, February 25 2014 and March 9, 2014 on MS Expedition) goes deep inside the polar circle to visit some of the frozen continent’s most isolated areas.
There is also a 15-day voyage with MS Expedition, departing December 7, 2013, to the Weddell Sea – home to colossal icebergs, diverse wildlife colonies and the world’s clearest ocean waters.
Make the most of your time on the Antarctic Peninsula with Bentours’ selection of adventurous excursions. You can skim across the icy waters in a kayak or spend a memorable night camping on the Antarctic continent.
All of Bentours’ cruises depart from Argentina, so why not take the opportunity to see some more of this vibrant country? Bentours can arrange short-stay packages in Buenos Aires, Ushuaia or Iguazu Falls.
And if you’re looking for something a bit more comprehensive, Bentours’ partner company Tempo Holidays offers an extensive range of holiday options throughout Latin America.
The company offers amazing early-bird bargains – book now and save! The sooner you book your cabin on MS Fram, the less you have to pay.
Win one of four cruises to tropical Queensland!
Cruise from Sydney to Tangalooma Resort on the world’s 3rd largest sand island, Moreton Island. Or departing from Brisbane, sail to stunning Airlie Beach – the gateway to the GBR where you can take day trips to iconic locations like Hamilton Island and Whitehaven Beach.