Sub-Antarctic Islands (Georgia/Orcadas/Sandwich)

The Sub-Antarctic islands surround Antarctica and are located in the Antarctic Circle. The weather is generally cold with persistent winds. Tundra prevails but there are variations on the vegetation according to latitude and altitude on each of the islands. These programs to Antarctica are more complete than traditional programs reaching the Antarctic Peninsula exclusively and disembarking only on the South Shetland Islands. These programs travel beyond the South Shetland Islands, sailing as far as the Falklands Islands, the South Orkney Islands, the South Sandwich Islands and the South Georgia Islands – the epic location for Ernest Shackleton's unique and historic feat. There are even adventure programs travelling exclusively to the South Georgia Island for the unique experience of kayaking and skiing on Antarctic snow. These programs are highly recommended for ski lovers.


Sub-Antarctic Islands - Sub-Antarctic islands in the M/V Plancius
Sub-Antarctic Islands

Sub-Antarctic islands in the M/V Plancius

Navigating through the Drake Passage to Falkland, South Georgia Island, South Orcadas Islands to Weddell Sea, going past the Ice Barrier....

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Sub-Antarctic Islands - South Georgia in the M/V Plancius - Shackleton Crossing
Sub-Antarctic Islands

South Georgia in the M/V Plancius - Shackleton Crossing

Navigating by the South Atlantic Ocean to South Georgia going through the Antarctica Convergence in an adventure trip for skiers and explorers ...

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Sub-Antarctic Islands - Sub-Antarctic islands in the M/V Ocean Endeavour
Sub-Antarctic Islands

Sub-Antarctic islands in the M/V Ocean Endeavour

We will visit the Sub-Antarctic Islands, from the Falklands, spending several days on South Georgia Island and then go to discover the Antarctic ...

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Argentinian Explorer

Trips to Patagonia

Travel to Peninsula Valdes for the sighting of the southern right whale, coming from Antarctica in order to mate in the waters of Golfo Nuevo, from July to November with the chance to observe the great Atlantic biodiversity.

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