Antarctic Express: Fly the Drake - Ocean Adventurer
For those who don't have much time or who prefer to skip the potentially rough waters of the Drake Passage, this 8-day, fly/sail program on a casual yet comfortable ship is a great Antarctica option.
Antarctica: Drink It In
Answer the call of Antarctica by flying over the notorious Drake Passage by charter plane to land at King George Island before exploring the Antarctic Peninsula by ship. In just 8 adventure-packed days, you’ll experience rewarding shore visits and Zodiac cruises, marvel at intimate wildlife encounters, explore historic sites and make the most of your landmark visit to the 7th Continent. Select from a range of adventure options and onboard activities that match your personal interests and make your expedition uniquely yours.
- • Skip the rough seas of the Drake Passage by flying from Chile to King George Island near the Antarctic Peninsula to meet your ship.
• Travel on a classic expedition vessel with only 128 fellow passengers and enjoy activities like kayaking and paddleboarding.
• Experience the great blue ice of the Antarctic Peninsula and set foot on the Continent (weather permitting) with a seasoned operator with over two decades of thrilling expeditions under their belt.
Travel Curator’s Insights:
$500 off each person when booked by July 1
Save up to 40%, up to $9,998 per person on select Feb 2023 dates!
From $11,065 per person
Rebook your trip for any reason up to 30 days prior to your voyage. No questions asked. Policies and protocols provided before you book.
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Trip Sustainability Awards
Working with the WWF's Zero Waste Initiative to eliminate waste from their yachts
Leading Chile's largest reforestation and ecological restoration effort to date
Working with The Carbon Fund to make their trips 100% carbon neutral
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
I've sent hundreds of travelers with this operator, and they're perfect for active travelers who want to get outside. Their focus is getting on shore for the most exciting adventures. This is the ship I traveled on to Antarctica in 2004. Love her!