After breakfast aboard the ship we will transfer you to the airport for your homeward flight.
After more than two weeks of endless wildlife encounters, your journey home begins.
Elephant Island and surrounding islands (Northern part of the South Shetlands): where Shackleton landed with his crew in 1916 and departed on the "James Caird" to seek help from South Georgia.
Off the beaten track, the South Orkney Islands will draw you in with their vibrant scenery, rich bird life and the towering icebergs that collect along their shores.
Visit Zavadovski Island and Saunders Island
You’ll be treated to lectures and presentations about wildlife, history and ice from the Expedition Team, as well as have time to mingle with your fellow passengers.
Today, South Georgia Island wildlife populations have rebounded, but you’ll still see remnants of those old whaling stations and other abandoned outposts.
Sailing south, you’ll officially enter Antarctic waters by crossing the invisible biological boundary called the Antarctic Convergence.
Upon arrival in this archipelago your cameras will get their first real workout capturing the abundant wildlife and rugged feel of the Falklands.