Wild and windswept yet far from being a wasteland, Antarctica’s sheets of white are an alluring blend of everything and nothingness. With few human inhabitants and wildlife unperturbed by human contact, visitors to Antarctica often feel like ghosts drifting across the Southern Ocean to a land that has no need for the vestiges of human civilisation.

Travel through the Antarctic Sound, better known as 'Iceberg Alley’; Visit the spectacular volcanic South Shetland Islands; Island hop between South Georgia and the Falkland Islands; Retrace the path of the early explorers; Visit the remote Deception Island; Search out colonies of king penguins; Attempt the celebrated Polar Circle crossing; Keep an eye out for whales while cruising the Southern Ocean; Spot the elusive snow petrel; Cross the treacherous Drake Passage; Experience Antarctica's turquoise waters and pink night skies; Whatever your plans, it is impossible to forget the sheer size and significance of this icy terrain. Requiring a long and often testing journey to reach, it is said that Antarctica has to be ‘earned’. The reward, however, is unmatched.


Antarctica Express Air-Cruise


• 4 nights cruise accommodation aboard either Ocean Nova or Hebridean Sky
• 1 night hotel accommodation in Punta… more

Peregrine - Antarctic Explorer from Buenos Aires


• Accommodation - Expedition Voyage (8 nights), Hotel (1 night)
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Earn 3,500 Qantas Frequent Flyer Points on all tours over $1,000