ANTARCTICA: THE WORLDS LAST GREAT WILDERNESS
Antarctica cruises have grown in popularity in recent years and there are now more voyages to the region than ever before. For many, this type of cruise holiday will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience, so it is important to choose the right cruise line and ship – that’s where we can help.
You will join your chosen ship in Argentina, South America, before crossing the Drake Passage to Antarctica for some of the world’s most exciting scenery. Here, you will observe rolling white plains and majestic mountains of ice as you are transported through the region’s freezing waters. It really is a fascinating experience and one must have the camera ready at all times.
Arguably the biggest thrill for visitors to the Southern Pole is the amazing variety of wildlife. Make the most of your expedition by learning about what the environment around you is home to, from a lecture given by an Antarctica expert onboard. With this new knowledge, a whale-spotting adventure is a necessity and you’ll soon be able to recognise an Emperor Penguin from a King Penguin.
Places of exploration in Antarctica often include: Neko, Pleneau Island, Port Lockroy, Deception Island and The Weddell Sea. Areas do vary per cruise line, however.
Cruise lines that visit Antarctica
Expedition cruises to Antarctica are available with lines including Ponant, Hurtigruten, Silversea and Seabourn, all of which offer itineraries that range in durations – from 10-nights up to 22-nights. These lines are highly recommended if you’re looking for an all-inclusive option aboard a 6-star expedition vessel.
Book your Antarctica cruise holiday with The Cruise Line
At The Cruise Line, we offer Antarctica cruises with an extensive portfolio of operators and cruise lines. We provide the very best service and will endeavour to build you the ultimate polar adventure.
For more information on our Antarctica sailings, please call one of our Cruise Experts on 0800 008 6677 or alternatively choose one of the itineraries listed below and make an enquiry.