Please note that this is a non-exclusive tour and prices are listed below.
Boldly follow in Shackleton’s footsteps to one of the planet’s final frontiers of exploration and bear witness to the 2021 solar eclipse, a true wonder of the natural world.
Set sail from Ushuaia to the south, through the exhilarating waters of the Drake Passage, and voyage to the Antarctic Peninsula where you will get the chance to step onto the continent itself at Brown Bluff. Bathe in the thermal hot spots in the flooded caldera of Deception Island then cruise around the spectacular ice formations in Cierva Cove or along the scenic south coast of Trinity Island. As you journey northwards through the remote Scotia Sea, experience the miracle of a total solar eclipse before continuing on to the South Georgia Islands where you can watch the elephant seals and king penguins that dominate the beaches whilst exploring the abandoned whaling stations. Finally, roam the distinctively British streets of Port Stanley on the Falkland Islands then return to Ushuaia with memories and stories to last you a lifetime.
Dates & Availability
25th November 2021 - 14th December 2021 - LIMITED AVAILABILITY
Prices below in are per person
and in EUR
. Prices are fixed and payments made in USD or GBP will be subject to change based on daily conversion rates.
Quad Porthole cabin
from €13,350pp - LIMITED AVAILABILITY
Triple Porthole cabin
from €14,550pp - ON REQUEST
Twin Porthole cabin
from €16,100pp - LIMITED AVAILABILITY
Twin Window cabin
from €16,750pp - LIMITED AVAILABILITY
from €17,950pp - WAITLIST
from €19,250pp - LIMITED AVAILABILITY
from €20,650pp - ON REQUEST
from €23,700pp - ON REQUEST
from €27,260pp - SOLD OUT
N.B - Solo travellers are welcome to book, and will be matched up with other solo travellers of the same sex.
If a solo traveller prefers a whole room to themselves, this will incur a supplement. Please contact us for further information for pricing and availability.
Please bear in mind that this expedition will take you to some of the most remote places on earth. The isolated nature of Antarctica and the various surrounding islands means the weather may change at a moment’s notice. As such, the order of the itinerary is at the mercy of the elements and subsequent discretion of the captain. However, there are plenty of options in place so we can assure you that you will be able to enjoy the solar eclipse, as well as everything else the Antarctic and this once-in-a-lifetime itinerary has to offer.