Which Voyages are Available in January 2020?
- The Fly & Cruise season is in full swing
- Experience South Georgia, Falklands & Antarctica at the height of summer
- Wide choice of Classic Antarctic Peninsula voyages available
- The first Polar Circle trips head south
- Ross Sea voyages are undertaken
Fly & Cruise Voyages
Antarctic Peninsula Voyages
Travelling aboard this modern 134-passenger ship with its 200-degree observation lounge and spacious cabins, spend 4 full days exploring Antarctica’s extraordinary icebergs and wildlife. Optional camping and kayaking, while Ushuaia hotel accommodation and a parka jacket are included in the…
With three medium-sized expedition ships and regular departure dates throughout the season, this well priced voyage is a popular option. Across striking landscapes and icy seas your company will include penguins, seals, whales and skuas. For the adventurous, optional kayaking…
Sail to The White Continent aboard one of the most luxurious ships currently available. Unsurpassed comfort and true 5* service are this operator’s hallmarks. From the discreetly attentive, Relais & Chateaux cuisine and 24/7 butler service to the beautifully appointed…
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 4-5 days experiencing Antarctica’s highlights, with optional camping and kayaking. Complimentary hotel stay in Ushuaia and a parka jacket are nice…
South Georgia, Falklands & Antarctica Voyages
Polar Circle Voyages
Ross Sea Voyages
Embark on this 30-day epic voyage to The Ross Sea, the 'Heart of Antarctica', experiencing the immensity of the Ross Ice Shelf and remoteness of this little-visited region. Includes privileged visits to Scott's and Shackleton's historic huts and research bases…
An Antarctic expedition truly steeped in both polar history and modern excitement; visit the atmospheric huts of explorers Shackleton and Scott and reach pristine and remote sites by helicopter. On board an expedition vessel, you'll witness epic ice, unique wildlife…
What our customers think
I am so pleased I booked with Swoop! I mainly interacted with Loli and Aimee, and I couldn't ask for better help. They were both very prompt in responding, and so knowledgeable. The voyage Swoop recommended was absolutely perfect for me.
Christine & Rollence Patugan United States Of America December 2017
Over the top fabulous trip. The staff was exceptional to a person. Exceeded my expectations and was the correct choice for my goals.
Jean Anne Montana February 2018
If you have never been there, there is no way of preparing for the impact of being there. The untouched, natural beauty, the mighty icebergs, the silliness of the penguins. You will be spending hours just sitting in one spot adoring the view.
Zoltan & Stephen Nemeth Florida January 2018
It was an incredible experience. Antarctica is unlike any place I have ever visited, totally unspoiled by human influence aside from the few research stations dotted here and there. The raw beauty and remoteness is impossible to describe.
Tony & Penny Mississippi January 2018
The biggest surprise was having the opportunity to see groups of whales swimming together and being so close to them. This was a magical moment.
Cornell Slade United States Of America January 2019
The combination of the Falklands, South Georgia and the Antarctic Peninsula was terrific for the scenery and wildlife. It certainly met my expectations. There were lots of magical moments. Every day was full of anticipation and delight.
Patricia Schenkkan United States Of America December 2018
I have been to several places where I had seen pictures before I got to my destination and the reality greatly exceeded the pictures. There is no way you can imagine 200,000 nesting pairs of penguins or nesting albatrosses until you have seen them in real life.
Donald Schoengold United States Of America November 2018
We were lucky with the weather. We saw good landscapes and a lot of wildlife.
Scott & Rebecca Lowe United States Of America December 2017
Antarctic wildlife was like just a few places in the world where humans are not feared. That is so unusual and a privilege to experience.
Alison Murdoch United Kingdom January 2019
Thanks to Swoop for selecting this expedition - no complaints whatsoever. The journey was fantastic. Every day would reveal yet more wonders of the cold continent. Words cannot describe what your eyes see. No camera can capture the experience. You name it we saw it.
Pat & Alex Australia January 2018
The landscapes are breath-taking and the wildlife interesting. Watching the penguins walk, run, fly, and swimming was delightful. Seeing whales jump about was a sight to be seen. Beautiful birds everywhere!
Lula Whitworth United States Of America December 2018