Falklands, South Georgia & the
Antarctic Peninsula

These are the ultimate in Antarctic voyages, exploring the Falklands, South Georgia and the Antarctic Peninsula.

Discover an incredible abundance of birdlife including King Penguins, visit historic sites, explore unspoiled landscapes and be awestruck by the wild beauty of the Antarctic Peninsula.

Cruise to the bird-rich Falkland Islands and wander the historic capital Stanley. Continue on to South Georgia, an island renowned for its breathtaking scenery, the grave of Ernest Shackleton and thousands of King Penguins which you won’t see further south.

Upon reaching the Antarctic Peninsula, navigate quiet bays and inlets where huge glaciers meet the sea, and go ashore to visit colonies of Gentoo, Adelie and Chinstrap Penguins, as well as scientific stations. The emphasis throughout the journey is on wildlife encounters, personal contact with the environment and seeing sites of historical interest.

South Georgia Island

Beautiful South Georgia

This Sub-Antarctic island is renowned for its abundant bird life, magnificent scenery and the epic adventures of Sir Ernest Shackleton.

Falkland Islands

Historic Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)

The remote Falkland Archipelago is made up of East and West Falkland and a number of other islands.

Shore excursions

Zodiac Explorations

Most shore excursions and some sightseeing trips in Antarctica and the sub-Antarctic islands are by Zodiac inflatable boats. Anyone of average fitness and agility can get into and out of the Zodiacs.

Wildlife Viewing

Incredible Antarctic Wildlife

On the Falkland Islands you may see Magellanic, Gentoo and Rockhopper Penguins and sometimes King Penguins, and over 70% of the world’s Black-browed Albatross.

Antarctica Peninsula

Kayak Amongst Icebergs

Sea kayaking is a fantastic and inspiring way to explore the Antarctic Peninsula. Excursions are in small groups with an experienced guide.

Antarctica camping

Camp On The Ice

On some voyages, you can spend a night camping on the ice shelves of Antarctica. This is a popular activity and a great way to experience the silence of the polar wilderness.

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We have a unique selection of Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctic Peninsula cruise options carefully chosen for their itineraries, as well as the vessels used. Our selection of ice-strengthened ships are all small to medium in size, with a maximum of 50-199 passengers, ensuring an authentic, up-close encounter with the untrammeled wilderness. All of our cruises and tours are completely tailor made to suit our clients interests, budget, and timeframe. To find out more about the type of Antarctic Cruise program we can put together for you, please contact us.

Falklands, South Georgia and The Antarctic Peninsula

These exciting voyages combine the Sub-Antarctic islands of the Falklands and South Georgia with the Antarctic Peninsula. Expect an adventure filled with spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife and a whole lot of fascinating history.

Falkland Islands & South Georgia Overview

Why visit the Falkland Islands & South Georgia? The Falkland Islands has an abundance of birdlife most famous for its King Penguins colony. Visit historic sites, explore unspoiled landscapes and be awestruck by the wild beauty. South Georgia is an island renowned for its breathtaking scenery, the grave of Ernest Shackleton and thousands of King Penguins which you won’t see further south.

What is the climate like in the Falkland Islands and South Georgia? Both the Sub-Antarctic islands and the Antarctic Peninsula are subject to extreme weather and very cold temperatures. However temperatures are milder than in the interior of Antarctica, and during the summer months average between – 5 °C and + 5 °C.

What can I combine the Falkland Islands and South Georgia with? South America, as your journey to Antarctica will start in either Argentina or Chile.

How do you get to the Falkland Islands and South Georgia? Most voyages to South Georgia, the Falklands Islands and/or the Antarctic Peninsula start in the port of Ushuaia at the southern tip of Argentina. Some voyages include flight sectors; flights depart from Punta Arenas in Chile.

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