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Antarctica

Antarctica

About 250 million years ago, Antarctica sat in the subtropical zone, lush with forests and home to diverse reptiles and amphibians as part of the Gondwana supercontinent. Separating around 65 million years ago, it drifted southward, gradually cooling until it became the world’s most extreme and isolated landmass, covered in ice.


Antarctica's unique ecosystem has evolved over time to withstand its polar extremes. Limited species have adapted to rely on each other and their habitat.…

Plan Your Adventure

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Standard Packages

7 - 8 days

Ushuaia, Cape Horn & Falklands

Travel to the extremes of the Southern Hemisphere.

6 - 10 Days

Antarctica21 Air-Cruise

Fly and sail along the shores of Antarctica.

10 - 12 days

Antarctic Peninsula Expedition Cruise

A luxury expedition of the white continent.

Group Travel

Embarking on a journey is always exciting, but there's something special about experiencing it with a group.

3 Benefits of Group Travel

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Shared Experiences

Whether sharing laughter over a meal or conquering a challenging hike, it's better together.

Safety in Numbers

Traveling in a group provides a sense of security, wherever you are.

Cost Efficiency

From shared accommodation to group discounts, travelers can enjoy more for less.

Within this harsh landscape, Antarctic species have forged intricate relationships with one another and with their environment. Penguins, for instance, rely on the nutrient-rich waters teeming with fish and krill, which are in turn sustained by the upwelling currents and phytoplankton blooms. Seals play a crucial role as top predators, regulating prey populations and contributing to nutrient cycling through their excrement. Meanwhile, seabirds like albatrosses scavenge for food scraps, further enriching the ecosystem.


Penguin Diversity:

Five species of penguins inhabit Antarctica, including Adelie, Chinstrap, King, Gentoo, and Macaroni. They primarily feed on squid, fish, and crustaceans.

Cruising, Eco-Travel, Adventure

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