The Ultimate Continent

  • Antarctica

    The Antarctic peninsula – The Falklands Islands – South Georgia – The South Shetland Islands

    For 2000 years, men dreamt of  the “great white continent”, without ever being able to reach it. Humans first set foot there a mere 200 years ago, and named it “Antarctica” just a century ago.

    Suffice to say that a cruise in the Great South is still an expedition worthy of pioneers.  Today, as in the past, the same motivation drives its explorers: curiosity, a desire to always go further, and the thrill of an intense escape.

    The unspoilt nature of the Antarctic Peninsula and its peripheral islands (The Falklands, South Georgia, and The South Shetland Islands) will stun any traveller. Everything is in the reach of emotions: stepping on pack ice for the first time, sailing alongside whales, hearing penguins chattering, watching albatrosses glide over the ocean…

*price per person, based on double occupancy,
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