Transfer to your vessel and embark on the adventure of a lifetime.
A host of seabirds follow you on your journey to the Falkland Islands. Keep an eye out for albatross, storm petrels and shearwaters.
Explore the historic Falklands, a British outpost. Renowned for its abundant birdlife, you may also have the chance to see rare Peale’s and Commerson’s dolphins. On day 4, dock at Port Stanley and experience all this town has to offer.
Make your way to South Georgia, insightful lectures are presented onboard the ship.
Over the next few days marvel at the breathtaking scenery and incredible wildlife of this unique island paradise. Some of the sites that may be visited include Salisbury Plain, St. Andrew Bay and Gold Harbour. These sites are home to the largest colonies of King Penguins found in South Georgia, and are a heaven for breeding elephant seals.
South Orkney Islands
Head south-west toward the South Orkney Islands in preparation for the Total Solar Eclipse.
Total Solar Eclipse
Feel the excitement in the air this morning as everyone gears up for the awe-inspiring Solar Eclipse, which is sure to be the highlight of the trip.
Continue on to the Antarctic Peninsula. There is an excellent chance to see fin whales and Antarctic petrels.
Marvel at your first sightings of the great white continent. Activities and wildlife sightings over the next few days will be incredible. Keep an eye out for whales and seals as you traverse through narrow straits, explore penguin colonies and potentially visit old whaling stations and research centres.
Travel the renowned Drake Passage back to Ushuaia. This is a great time to reflect over the last 3 weeks and enjoy a last minute lecture or two.
A trip of-a-lifetime has come to an end as you disembark the vessel and transfer to either the airport or downtown hotel.
Please note: This itinerary is provided as a guide only and is subject to change due to ice and weather conditions.