Adventure World: Antarctica in different styles

antarcticaFor more than 30 years, Adventure World has specialised in crafting authentic, tailor-made itineraries for adventurers all around the world, including unique expeditions to Antarctica.

Through a range of exhilarating and humbling adventures, Adventure World allows guests to really experience Antarctica and choose their own style and budget.

“Antarctica has so much to offer adventure travellers, providing them with experiences that they cannot get anywhere else in the world – from breathtaking glaciers to the penguin and seal colonies in their natural habitat. Antarctica is a must for every bucket list,” says Adventure World’s general manager, Neil Rodgers.

Adventure World’s Antarctic adventures for 2016/17 cater to a range of styles and budgets:

Antarctica Express Air Cruise: Departing Ushuaia, this six-day expedition sets sail through the Beagle Channel, crossing the Drake Passage and visiting the South Shetland Islands, with return by air to Punta Arenas. This is a small ship sailing experience, and perfect for clients who want to avoid the Drake Passage – at least one-way. Prices start from $7488 pp and include four nights cruise accommodation; one night in Punta Arenas; all meals on board; guided shore excursions; transfers in Ushuaia and Punta Arenas; and flight from King George Island to Punta Arenas.

Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent: This 12-day expedition gives travellers an active exploration of the Antarctic continent, with optional kayaking, and the bonus of travelling with world renowned National Geographic scientists, naturalists and researchers. Prices start from $14,410 pp and include 11 nights cruising Adventure World: Antarctica in different styles accommodation; all meals and non-alcoholic beverages onboard; sightseeing and entrance fees, access permits, park fees, port taxes, all excursions and equipment; and speaker presentations.

Classic Antarctica Air-Cruise: This eight-day boutique-style adventure offers an experience that feels more like a private yacht than a cruise ship. The expedition vessel provides privileged access to Antarctica, exploring areas that are inaccessible to larger ships. Skipping the infamous waters of the Drake Passage, less than two hours flying from Punta Arenas to King George Island, your clients will be at the gates of the white continent; followed by a six-day cruise along the Antarctic Peninsula. Prices start from $16,150 pp and include two nights hotel accommodation in Punta Arenas, five nights cruise accommodation; all meals on board; guided shore excursions; and transfers in Punta Arenas.

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