Arriving in Antarctica is often a surprisingly emotional moment. Who knows how you’ll react, but the general reaction is a sense of reverence and awe.
Once ruled by sealers and whalers, things have changed greatly on South Georgia. You’ll be happy to see that the once exploited and nearly vanquished seal and whale populations are now thriving.
Meet your fellow shipmates, be introduced to your Expedition Team and snap a few photographs of Ushuaia as you head to sea.
The Tierra del Fuego archipelago is home to Ushuaia, at the southern tip of Patagonia. This scenic nature lover’s playground has plenty of hiking trails to explore if you need to escape from all the tasty treats on offer at the many bakeries, shops, cafes and restaurants in town.
After breakfast aboard the ship, it is time to part ways and say goodbye to your Expedition Team.
The most common reaction to arriving at the white continent is a sense of reverence and awe.
Sailing south, you’ll officially enter Antarctic waters by crossing the invisible biological boundary called the Antarctic Convergence.
While South Georgia’s history is an important attraction to the islands, it is the wildlife on South Georgia that you and your shipmates will surely find most captivating.
There are many activities to keep you engaged while we’re at sea.
Trade your land legs for sea legs, meet and greet your fellow travelers and get acquainted with your ship.
Go off the beaten track with kayaking, skiing and more!
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Download our Infographic and learn some fun facts about Antarctic penguins.
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