Sail through iceberg-dotted waters on this incredible journey from Ushuaia to Antarctica
A land of seemingly endless unspoilt scenery, Antarctica is home
to dramatic weather, towering icebergs and enchanting marine life.
This is a truly unique destination, and this voyage to the
virtually uninhabited continent will be an incredibly memorable
Your journey begins in Buenos Aires, Argentina's capital, where
you'll have time to explore the city known as the 'Paris of South
America'. Next stop is Ushuaia, right in the south of Argentina,
where you'll board the state-of-the-art, custom-built expedition
ship, MS Roald Amundsen.
In this part of the world, nature is in charge. Your cruise from
Ushuaia to Antarctica will take you through the fascinating Drake
Passage, and the expert team will monitor conditions to give you
the best possible adventure, with opportunities for ice cruising,
kayaking, whale watching, hiking and more.
Attend lectures in the dedicated onboard Science Centre to learn
more about the White Continent, its history and the science of its
unique landscapes. The onboard photographer can provide you with
useful tips on capturing the wildlife and landscapes that await
After five days exploring Antarctica, you'll travel north,
crossing the Drake Passage to the Falkland Islands, where you can
explore the green hills and white sands of the attractive
archipelago. Visit the capital Stanley and see the penguin and fur
seal colonies that populate the shores.
On board the MS Roald Amundsen, you can soak in jaw-dropping
views from the comfort of a hot tub, the infinity pool, the
impressive panoramic sauna or the observation deck. You might even
spot humpback, minke, orca and fin whales as you sail.