Off the Beaten Track is designed to give you the full, on-the-ice, Antarctic experience.
From a mobile, wilderness adventure lodge you’ll set sail through the unpredictable Drake Passage and land in the South Shetland Islands. You’ll voyage on, south of the Lemaire Channel, to the Antarctic Peninsula.
You’ll be able to take a kayak across the blue-black Antarctic waters, you can camp on the ice itself, climb mountains and ski against a pristine backdrop of sparkling white. You can go hiking or snow-shoeing, or take photo sessions with a professional photographer.
Experience the real Antarctica that lies off the beaten track.
Shore visits are included but depend on weather conditions. Extra excursions vary with different itineraries and weather, and could typically include:
- Kayaking to icebergs and floes
- Camping on the polar ice
- Skiing and snow-shoeing
- Hiking and climbing
- Photographic excursions
Lead in prices below are based on a Standard Twin Cabin with private bathroom and are cruise only. However, we would be happy to arrange any pre or post cruise accommodation as well as international flights upon request.
Prices are based on a US$ exchange rate of 1.45. Please note that exchange rates may be subject to fluctuation.
*Please enquire for more information on 2017/2018 expeditions.
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8 - 20 November 2016
Embark in Ushuaia, Argentina – the world’s southernmost city.
Cruise the Drake Passage as a prelude to Antarctica.
Land in the bays and harbours of the Antarctic Peninsular and explore the region by kayak, camping, hiking, skiing and photographic excursions.
Voyage across the Antarctic Convergence, through Drake Passage and round The Horn to the Beagle Channel.
Disembark at Ushuaia for farewells and your homeward transfers.