Antarctica, South Georgia, and the Falklands - Resolution
Feel the wind in your hair on this brand new, state-of-the-art ship with National Geographic-level guiding. Expect spectacular wildlife and soul-expanding vastness in this stunning and magical region.
Antarctica: Drink It In
This voyage has it all: the impossible beauty of the Antarctic ice, the vast king penguin colonies of South Georgia, and the Falklands' amazing albatross colonies. Not even the mass migrations of Africa can rival the awesomeness of seeing a king penguin colony of tens of thousands of individuals stretching as far as the eye can see. You’ll have other rare sightings here too: massive, in both senses of the word, herds of elephant seals: and a wandering albatross stretching its 11-foot wings. It’s the impossible beauty of an Antarctica trip exponentially increased by unimaginable numbers of animals. For most travelers, visiting Antarctica is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. So for those with the luxury of time, including the Falklands and South Georgia just makes sense. And it makes for a genuine experience of a lifetime.
- • Trace the story of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s fateful journey in 1914 aboard Endurance and toast his gravesite in South Georgia.
• Create incredible images of the ice and vast penguin colonies with help from a National Geographic photographer.
• See three distinct regions, including unbelievable South Georgia, and benefit enormously from this operator's 50 years of experience in the region.
Travel Curator’s Insights:
$500 off each person when booked by July 1
Book now and receive up to $5000 in free air or no Solo Supplement on Select Departures!
From $36,800 per person
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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
Traveling to Antarctica is like visiting another planet. If you go on this brand-new ship with world class experts plus include amazing South Georgia, you're setting yourself up for utter amazement!