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Sep. 15 - 2016
Visiting The Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica is one of the most complete options to meet this amazing corner of the world.

Each destiny has many wonders to offer,  including unique fauna and historical sites related to the first adventurers who dare to explore this remote place.

Discover The Falklands

The Falklands are an intriguing site with only one city and many isolated farms that have been family-owned for six and seven generations. In your visit to the islands you can share a pint with the locals at the pub, see numerous churches and museums or explore the town and it´s lifestyle by your own.

Moreover, it is possible to experience the wildlife while you are here: in a just 10 minute drive the Gypsy Cove offers a fantastic view of local fauna: Magellanic penguin, rock cormorant black-crowned night heron, Falklands thrush and Falkland flightless steamer duck. Or if you prefer you can just walk to the harbour and see sea lions and Peale's and Commerson's dolphins .

South Georgia

South Georgia was once the centre of the huge Southern Ocean whaling industry from 1904 to 1966. Is considered the first gateway to Antarctica and was a popular stop for many historical Antarctic expeditions.
That‘s the reason why while you are in this island you can see several former whaling stations and the grave of the great explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton.

Mountains are the landscape’s stars: rock, ice and sea decorate the view and makes very easy to take amazing pictures. For those who love penguins this is a great spot to see rookeries with hundreds of pairs of king penguins waddling on the beach.

Antarctica: when words are not enough

Antarctica is a land of superlatives:  It is the coldest, windiest, driest, iciest and highest of all the major landmasses in the world and the continent with the longest nights and the longest days. 

The most usual reaction when anyone visits the white continent for the first time is remaining speechless. A combination of reverence and awe could be followed by the laughing at the comical antics of a group of penguins.

During your voyage you will learn about some of the most important and dramatic expeditions ever done, including sunken ships and their truncated rescues.

This is the perfect place to see whales: you can see a big variety of species: Humpback Whale, Sperm Whales, killer whales,  Minke Whales and the Fin Whale.
How to choose your itinerary:

There are many possible itineraries to visit this three remote islands. Beginning August 1st, ALL Antarctic Voyages departing between November 2016 and February 2017 are up to $2,500 off with SELECT voyages qualifying for an Additional Savings Bonus of up to $3,500 off. That means you could potentially save up to $6,000.

This is a Limited time offer with  limited availability. If you need more information or help to find which itinerary is the right for you, just contact Antarctica Travels for assistance. We have 20 years in the business! 


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