Air-Cruise (Boat-Aircraft)

This cruise is different from the rest of the expedition trips since it combines ship and airplane travel. You can depart by airplane and return by ship or the other way round, depart by ship and return by air. The purpose of this option is to avoid the crossing of the Drake Passage or the Sea of Drake. Usually, you sail through this area during the night in order to avoid seasickness and headaches since this is, not always but generally, a rough area. These air-cruises can depart both from Ushuaia or Punta Arenas, although most of the times, they depart from Chile. Combining M/V Ocean Nova with BAE 146 flight is the most popular air-cruise. This high wing airplane was built in Great Britain by British Aerospace and it is capable of landing on short runways, so it is the perfect airplane for the South Pole.


Air-Cruises - Air-Cruise on the M/V Ocean Nova
Air-Cruises

Air-Cruise on the M/V Ocean Nova

We will fly over the rough and impressive Drake Sea and the famous Cape Horn in a unique experience that will lead us to the coldest and most inhospitable continent ...

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Air-Cruises - Air-Cruise on the M/V Sea Adventurer
Air-Cruises

Air-Cruise on the M/V Sea Adventurer

Flying over the Drake Passage to land on King George Island, the largest of the Shetland Islands archipelago in the South and returning by sea to Ushuaia, or departing ...

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Argentinian Explorer

Trips to Patagonia

Explore the emblematic Route 40, from El Calafate to Los Antiguos, stopping by in El Chalten. Then visit Perito Moreno National Park to catch the sight of condors and continue your trip to Lakes Pueyrredón and Posadas.

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Argentinian Explorer

Iguazu Falls

When traveling to Argentina on your way to Antarctica, you cannot miss the chance to get to know one of the wonders of the world: The astonishing Iguazu Falls, and the Devil's Throat in the subtropical rainforest.

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