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The White Continent
The most exhilarating adventure the planet offers
with National Geographic
14 days
Upcoming dates:
18.12.2019 — 30.12.2019
28.12.2019 — 09.01.2020
07.01.2020 — 19.01.2020
17.01.2020 — 29.01.2020
27.01.2020 — 08.02.2020
09.11.2020 — 19.11.2020
19.11.2020 — 29.11.2020
28.11.2020 — 08.12.2020
29.11.2020 — 09.12.2020
08.12.2020 — 18.12.2020
18.12.2020 — 28.12.2020
29.12.2020 — 08.01.2021

Exploring Antarctica in an authentic expedition style, aboard an authentic expedition ship is an incomparable experience!


Day One. Flight to Buenis Aires, Argentina.

Day Two. Guests arrive this morning in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, set on the Rio de la Plata, and check in to the fine Sofitel Buenos Aires (or similiar). In the afternoon, we have a guided overview of the city, seeing its Beaux Arts palaces, grand boulevards, and the famous balcony forever associated with Eva Peron.

Day Three. Today we fly by private charter flight to Ushuaia, Argentina. This morning's charter flight will bring us over Patagonia before landing in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. If the weather is fine, you'll have a chance to view the spectacular mountains rising out of the Beagle Channel as you enjoy lunch on a catamaran cruise. Then, you'll embark the expedition ship and set sail.

Day Four. We awake this morning well into our journey across the Drake Passage. Lying between Cape Horn and the Antarctic Peninsula, the Drake holds a unique place in maritime lore. Sometimes misty and gray, other times calm and clear, crossing the legendary Drake Passage is unforgettable - a milestone in any adventurer's personal travel history.

Day Five - Ten. With nearly 24 hours of daylight, we make the most of our days, keeping a flexible schedule to take advantage of the unexpected — perhaps watching a 40-ton whale surface off the bow. We are out daily. One day, you may take a Zodiac foray amid towering bergs under a bright sun, walk along the shoreline amid a huge penguin colony, hike to a summit for a breathtaking view, or kayak along a cliff-side rookery in search of blue-eyed shags. And the next, you’ll have the thrill of watching the ship crunch through the pack ice, or step ashore to the cries of thousands of gentoo penguins. You’ll learn from our experts how to identify penguins and get photo tips from a National Geographic photographer while watching those same penguins. Back aboard, our Undersea Specialist may present video from that day’s dive — rare images taken up to 1,000 feet below the surface using our ROV. Our expert staff will craft an expedition where you will learn more, see more and experience more.