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Jan. 11 - 2017

Travelling to Antarctica is an experience you will never forget in your life and that’s why it’s very important to choose very well your itinerary. Today we offer you some advise about what you should consider before choosing a journey.

  1. How long it will take: The shortest itinerary to get to Antarctica is 6 days, in Antarctica Express Air - Cruise, which starts in Ushuaia and finish in Punta Arenas, Chile. Depending on the route that you want to do, the extension of your travel could be from one week until thirty two days of travelling.

  2. Starting and Finish point: You have to consider if you want that your itinerary starts and finishes in Ushuaia or on the contrary, you prefer an itinerary that ends in another country. An example is the  Ross Sea itinerary which takes thirty two days and ends in Bluff, New Zealand.

  3. Fly or sail?: There are some itineraries where you can travel trough helicopter, and some other ones where you can take a kayak or Zodiac to approach some unforgettable landscapes, like the Across the Antarctic Circle route.

  4. What do you want to visit? If you are not only interested in Antarctica, and you want to visit some other places in the very South of the world, you can choose a journey like
    Falklands, South Georgia y Puerto Madryn, among other options.


  5. If you want to celebrate a special time of the year like Christmas with an amazing travelling plan, you should consider our special itineraries like Christmas in Antarctica and be sure those days would be unforgettable.

  6. Lastly, flora and fauna differs in each travel you can choose in Antarctic. If you want to see whales, itineraries that starts in Puerto Madryn is a good option. But if you are a fan of penguins the Ultimate Antarctica: Amongst Emperors and Kings is your ideal journey.

As you can see there are many options depending on your priorities in your visit to the white continent. If you need more information or help to find which itinerary is the right for you, just contact Antarctic Travels . for more assistance.


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