Watch whales feeding, seal pups playing, penguins mating and penguin chicks hatching from as little as $666 per person per day.
You will also experience massive glaciers and floating icebergs when you explore the coldest, driest, highest and most remote continent on earth which also happens to be a polar wildlife paradise.
In Antarctica, the elements rule. Exploring this vast, white continent may sound extreme but that’s exactly why thousands of people make the long trek to the Frozen Continent.
Now you can go on a 12-day expedition cruise to Antarctica on board Hurtigruten’s MS Fridtjof Nansen departing 18 November 2021.
Hurtigruten is offering a special Discover Antarctica Sale for a range of itineraries departing from late 2021 through to 2023, provided you book by April 2021.
Your 12-day expedition holiday starts at Buenos Aires, the cool and cosmopolitan capital of Argentina. Spend your day discovering the “Paris of South America.” Take a stroll on Plaza de Mayo, lined with stately 19th century buildings including Casa Rosada, the presidential palace. Make sure you visit Teatro Colon, the grand 1908 opera house and the modern MALBA museum for some of the best Latin America Art.
The next day, you will fly to Ushuaia to board MS Fridtjof Nansen. You will then prepare to cross the famed Drake Passage between South America Cape Horn and South Shetland Islands of Antarctica. This is where the Atlantic, Pacific and Southern seas converge making this some of the choppiest waters in the world.
The next day you will be rewarded with the arrival of another world – Antarctica. Here you will spend four days watching in awe, oceans filled with icebergs, whales and colonies of penguins. You will taken by Zodiac to land in South Shetlands and the Antarctica Peninsula where you can have the full experience of what Antarctica has to offer from amazing landscapes to astounding wildlife.
Your expedition ship will then head back to civilisation where you will disembark at Ushuaia for your flight back to Buenos Aires, filled with wonderful memories.
Hurtigruten also has itineraries to the Falkland Island, South Georgia, Chilean Fjords and Patagonia on the world’s first hybrid-powered ship, MS Roald Amundsen and the newly refurbished MS Fram.
For peace of mind, Hurtigruten’s Book with Confidence policy allows you to change your travel dates as often as you need. Full flexibility to rebook your 2021 cruise to 2022 with no fees and easy refunds on 2021 or 2022 cruises.