Journey to the Circle. Expedition Cruise aboard the Ocean Endeavour.

Journey to the Circle, 14 Days

SMALL-SHIP EXPEDISHION: JANUARY 5 TO JANUARY 18, 2021

FROM $7.990 to $17.990 USD

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OVERVIEW:

Voyage in comfort aboard Ocean Endeavour from Ushuaia, Argentina to the Antarctic Peninsula and back. Visit the wildlife-rich South Shetland Islands. Join the fortunate few (conditions permitting) who have travelled below the Antarctic Circle. Journey to the stunning Antarctic Peninsula and add the great southern continent to your travel bucket list!

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Experience the wildlife of the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula
    Sailing towards Antarctica there is a fall in temperature as we cross the Antarctic Convergence. You’ll see seabirds, whales, and other species that are attracted by the nutrient-rich waters.
    Enjoy opportunities to see albatross, several species of penguins, as well as elephant seals, whales and dolphins!
  • Enjoy regular Zodiac excursions and landings amid spectacular scenery
    To set foot on the continent of Antarctica is a rare privilege only a few can claim. Via Zodiac you will be able to appreciate the Antarctic ice and landscape up close.
    Photograph stunning vistas set above still, clear water and explore Antarctica’s fascinating and beautiful terrain on guided landings.
  • Learn about Antarctic history from expert guides
    No moment is wasted aboard Ocean Endveavour. You’ll be fascinated by the history of exploration in Antarctic waters, delivered by our onboard resource staff.
    Take your pick of our extensive collection of carefully curated books that will help you dive deeper into everything you learn along the way!
  • Admire breathtaking scenery such as icebergs, glaciated mountains and volcanoes
    Geology, glaciology, volcanology: in Antarctica, the mighty forces of the Earth are everywhere in evidence!
    View the variety and beauty of icebergs, glaciers, and rugged mountains—many formed by volcanic activity.