Which Voyages are available in February 2020?
- Regular Fly & Cruise departures throughout February
- Experience South Georgia, Falklands & Antarctica at the height of summer
- Wide choice of Classic Antarctic Peninsula voyages available
- Polar Circle trips make the most of the receding ice
- The last Ross Sea voyage(s) depart for ‘Terra Incognita’
Fly & Cruise Voyages
Antarctic Peninsula Voyages
Traveling aboard a state-of-the-art small ship and accompanied by unparalleled onboard expertise, expeditionary cruising doesn’t get much better. Regular 14-day departures throughout the season and a choice of two outstanding ships renowned for their comfort, enhanced safety features and spirit…
This classic Peninsula trip stands out for its generously proportioned cabins, value for money and stylish 114-passenger ship. Spend 5-6 days experiencing Antarctica’s highlights, with optional camping and kayaking. Complimentary hotel stay in Ushuaia and a parka jacket are nice…
Combining great value and consistently high customer feedback, this popular 10-day voyage is a perennial favourite, and justly so. You’ll spend 4 full days exploring Antarctica, sailing aboard a small 88-passenger vessel renowned for its friendly Latino staff and delicious…
The ultimate Antarctic adventure, this trip is specifically for the active traveler. Spend 5-6 days kayaking, hiking, camping, mountaineering and snowshoeing, all included in the price. A medium-sized expedition ship acts as your floating ‘basecamp’. Great value for money backed…
South Georgia, Falklands & Antarctica
Voyage south in Shackleton’s footsteps, exploring the highlights of the Southern Ocean as part of this ‘classic’ 20-day adventure. A well-balanced itinerary and the choice between 2 well-appointed expedition ships (capacity 176 - 199 guests) really marks this trip out.…
Designed by an operator with 50 years of Polar experience, from the balance of the 24-day itinerary to the wealth of onboard expertise and utilising state-of-the-art expedition ships, this trip has a real ‘pedigree’. Explore with the pioneers of Polar…
Looking for an Antarctic adventure without compromising on comfort and service? Look no further. Benefitting from a $10 million refurbishment, this stylish 110-passenger ship, with its cavernous suites, fine dining and compelling itinerary, offers a very polished Southern Ocean adventure,…
Polar Circle Voyages
By including optional kayaking and diving, these late season voyages offer the chance to maximise your Polar Crossing experience by exploring Antarctica both on and under the water. Travelling at that time provides excellent photographic and whale watching conditions, along…
Ross Sea Voyages
What our customers think
I wasn't sure which month to visit Antarctica, in the end I picked February and I know I made the right choice. It was late in their summer so we had better access for the many excursions on land and the overall weather was excellent. Between the whale sightings, penguin chicks still in their nests and the incredible landscape, February easily is the best time to go.
Jeff, Arizona February 2017
Highlights were aplenty: spending time in Ushuaia the southern most city in the world; living a comfortable life in the ship with good passengers for company; and the best possible expedition team; witnessing orcas and dolphins straight from the portside cabin window; crossing the Polar Circle, polar plunging (twice!); encounters with humpback whales swimming close to the Zodiac; sitting ashore and absorbing the calm and vastness of the peninsula on a bright sunny day.
Kushal, UAE February 2018
We loved the antics of the penguins and the curiosity of the chicks. Up close viewing of seals and whales was awe inspiring. Our outstanding leaders helped to deepen our understanding and appreciation of this amazing world.
Sue, Gavan & Jenni, Australia February 2018
If you are going late in February or March I would highly recommend a circle crossing. The feel and look of Antarctica certainly changes down there. Spectacular. Otherworldly. Impossible to convey what it's like to some one who hasn't been there.
Sandra & Keith, UK February 2018