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Argentina/Antarctica

Beyond Antarctica: South Shetlands, South Georgia & the Falklands

Sail to the Antarctic on an expedition to the South Shetland Islands, the Falkland Islands and South Georgia, learning about the wildlife and geologic forces that shaped Antarctica.
Program No. 23704RJ
Length
22 days
Starts at
14,999
Special Offer
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Flights start at
FREE
Meals
59 Meals
20 Breakfasts
20 Lunches
19 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Gluten Free, Low Salt, Low Fat, Vegetarian
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Feb 23, 2021 - Mar 16, 2021
  • Feb 23, 2021 - Mar 16, 2021
1 night
Buenos Aires
Located in Recoleta on Callao Avenue, the architecture of the hotel with its classical facade, reflects the history of one of the most traditional areas of Buenos Aires. A hotel designed to enjoy the city through its most representative aspects; gastronomy, the expressiveness of its art, its events and lifestyle. A look that represents the union of the past and future of the city, reflected in the furniture and decor of the hotel, in the combination of colors and materials that present the beauty and memory of the place.
1 night
Ushuaia
The timeless design aesthetic of the Cilene del Faro reflects regional building traditions and the local culture of Ushuaia. The bar/lounge on the top floor offers a vista featuring the Beagle Channel in the foreground and a mountainous terrain in the background. At a close distance, the Cilene del Faro offers simple accessibility to cultural attractions such as the Maritime, End of the World and Presidium Museums, as well as the main commercial hub of San Martin Street. Locals take pride in such cuisine as King Crab, Black Haze, Rio Grande Trout, Beagle Octopus, Mussels, and Patagonian Lamb, which visitors are encouraged to try.
17 nights
Copenhagen V
Albatros’ Expeditions’ Ocean Atlantic is an expedition ship built for extending voyages into the waters of the Antarctic. Built in 1985 and most recently renovated in 2016, this eight-deck ship has ample amounts of public space for its 198 passengers. Stylishly appointed cabins feature en suite bathrooms, individual climate control and TVs. While on board, observe the Antarctic landscapes and wildlife on public decks with large panel windows, presentations in lecture halls and four-star cuisine.
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