Which Voyages are Available in March 2021?
- Explore the icebergs and wildlife of the Peninsula on a classic voyage
- Venture far south, reaching the Polar Circle
- Dates for South Georgia, Falklands & Antarctica will become available soon. Please contact us to learn more
Antarctic Peninsula Voyages
Explore the White Continent onboard one of the newest additions to the Polar fleet, a state-of-the-art expedition vessel combining adventure with comfort. Limited to only 126 passengers, there’s also a wide range of optional adventure activities on this classic Antarctic…
The ultimate Antarctic adventure, this trip is specifically for the active traveller. Spend 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…
Spending 5 full days exploring Antarctica, this voyage is recommended for travellers seeking a well appointed ship with an adventurous spirit. Additional benefits include a wide range of complimentary activities and a large expeditionary team, which ensures small groups and…
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…
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 90-passenger vessel renowned for its friendly Latino staff and delicious…
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, alongside…
What our customers think
The Antarctic is more magical south of the circle in February and March. Definitely worth it. Our ship [The Expedition] was the first to get through 'The Gullet', a narrow short cut with lots of sea ice, in seven years.
Sandra & Keith UK March 2018
Highlights were when our guides would take time and allow us to observe seals, whales, and birds during our zodiac transits. Most of us enjoyed seeing the seals on the icebergs, up close and personal!
Jim Tietjen Malaysia February 2019
Highlights came on a daily basis. The trips in the Zodiacs were different every day, seeking whales, penguin colonies, seals on ice, walking on ice, walking up hills, visiting research stations or cruising close to icebergs. The staff were enthusiastic and inspirational.
John & Lesley UK March 2018