21169
Argentina/Falkland Islands/Antarctica
Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctic Islands
Join experts aboard an expedition ship as you discuss the vibrant culture of Buenos Aires, maritime history of the Falklands and pristine environments of Antarctic islands.
Program No. 21169RJ
Length
25 days
Starts at
16,495
Special Offer
Flights start at
FREE
25 days
24 nights
63 meals
22B 20L 21D
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Montevideo / Embark MS Expedition
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At Sea
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At Sea
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At Sea
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The Falkland Islands
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Falkland Islands
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At Sea- the Great Southern Ocean
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At Sea- the Great Southern Ocean
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South Georgia Island
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South Georgia Island
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South Georgia Island
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South Georgia Island
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At Sea
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At Sea
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At Sea- the Drake Passage
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At a Glance

Embark on a remarkable journey to Antarctica, amid bustling penguin colonies, singing humpback whales and the feats of legendary whalers and explorers of old.
Activity Level
Moderately Challenging
Descending and ascending a steep stairway to board Zodiacs; climbing in and out of Zodiacs; wet landings ashore; walking on rough, unpaved terrain.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • On Zodiac excursions, delve into the habitats and striking beauty of Antarctica while sailing waters home to whales, seals and sea birds.
  • Learn about the people and intriguing maritime history of the Falkland Islands.
  • Discover the diverse neighborhoods and attractions of Buenos Aires including the Main Square and the Colonial Town Hall.

General Notes

Due to the nature of this program, listening devices are not available.
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Steve Blamires
Steve works as a group leader and historian for National Geographic, and his tenure with them has allowed him to circumnavigate the globe, travel extensively on all seven continents and meet like-minded travelers with a thirst for knowledge and adventure. Steve is especially interested in expedition cruises, and he specializes in the history of polar exploration. When Steve isn’t leading educational travel groups, he’s usually listening to music or writing; he has six books in print!
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