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Antarctica Off The Beaten Track: Nov 16-28, 2018

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– Comprehensive pre-voyage information package including details to help you prepare for your trip
– Transfers from a central meeting point in Punta Arenas on Day 1 and from the port in Ushuaia to the airport (or a downtown hotel) at the conclusion of your voyage on Day 13
– Shipboard accommodation in your selected cabin category with daily housekeeping. Cabins feature
outside views with windows or portholes
– All breakfasts, lunches and dinners on board throughout your voyage with daily afternoon tea
– 24 hour tea, coffee, hot chocolate in bar/lounge plus in cabin tea and coffee making facilities
– Experienced Expedition Leader and professional expedition team of marine biologists, naturalists,
historians, adventure guides and photographers
– Daily off-ship excursions by Zodiac boat breaking into small groups for shore landings
– Guided hikes and walks on shore of various durations for guests of all abilities
– Visits to wildlife colonies, historic sites, places of outstanding natural beauty and community visits
– Educational presentations and talks by polar experts in their field (ie. marine biologists, naturalists,
historians etc). On-board or on shore
– Resident photography guide available to assist all guests plus access to computers in the multimedia lab for image downloads, file back up and management
– An emergency trained physician on board every voyage
– Dedicated hospitality team including Hotel Manager, four chefs, professional bar staff and Adventure
Concierge staff
– On-board sauna, plunge pool, Jacuzzi and fitness center including massage options (charge applies for massage and treatments)
– Access to well stocked library full of polar reference books
– End of voyage video, photos and take home USB
– Port fees and all permits to access visited areas
– Expedition Snow Shoeing is available to all guests who wish to try this unique activity which will be offered on several occasions over the duration of the voyage.
– Overnight Camping is complimentary, although always dependent on favorable weather and ice conditions on shore.


– Any international or local airfare unless otherwise specified in the voyage itinerary
– Visa and passport expenses
– Pre or post-cruise hotel accommodation unless otherwise specified in the itinerary (or pre-arranged)
– Pre or post-cruise transfers unless otherwise specified in the itinerary (or pre-arranged)
– Personal expenses on board such as alcoholic beverages, bar charges or laundry expenses
– Telecommunication charges (ie. email, satellite phone)
– Baggage, cancellation or medical travel insurance related expenses (travel insurance is mandatory on all
– Any new government taxes, levies, fuel or industry increases which are beyond our control
– A voluntary gratuity at the end of the voyage for expedition staff and ship crew (suggested amount is US$12-15 per day)