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Journey with us to the 7th Continent!
This will be an unforgettable once in a lifetime experience. Antarctica is the most remote destination on Earth and is unlike any place you've ever been. No matter where you've been or what you've seen on previous travels, Antarctica's frozen continent is different from any other destination on the PLANET.
On your journey you will cross the infamous Drake Passage (twice), set foot on the Antarctic Peninsula, explore by Zodiac, and get up close to Gentoo penguins.
Triple Staterooms (4 Available): 3 people per cabin with (2) twin beds + (1) sofa bed = $8,995 / per person.
Balcony Staterooms (4 Available): 2 people per cabin with (2) twin beds = $13,995 / per person.
Single Staterooms Cabins (4 Available): 1 per person per cabin = $14,995 / per person.
(please review the trip registration form for more cabin details)
Sis, we understand that this trip is pricey. A main reason many never make it to the 7th continent is due to it’s not-so-favorable, high-end price tag. For many, traveling to Antarctica can be costly, and we get that. That's why we’ve extended our payment period for up to 16 months. This will help keep your monthly payments affordable, so you can focus on the part that matters—getting there.
December 8 - 18, 2024
$8,995 - $14,495/pp
Trip Opens for Booking: Open Now!
$995 - $1,595/pp
DRAKE "RITE OF" PASSAGE
The Drake "rite of" Passage. Positioned between the southern tail of South America and the Antarctic Peninsula's north-sweeping arm is a lively little waterway known as the Drake Passage. The Drake is considered by many polar travelers to be the gateway to the Antarctic, while others view it as the necessary rite of passage everyone must experience before enjoying the boundless natural wonders of Antarctica.
7TH CONTINENT CHECK OFF
Be one of the very few to cross the Antarctic Circle and witness one of the planet's last frontiers.
The Antarctic Circle is one of the most isolated and remote destinations in the world. So naturally, it’s many a traveler’s dream to explore the vast white wilderness of the Antarctic islands. This is Earth’s final frontier—a pristine continent of elemental forces. Less than a century ago, only a handful of humans had experienced its dynamic environment of ice, snow, rock, and water.
KING GEORGE ISLAND
King George Island is the largest of the South Shetland Islands and lies 75 miles off the coast of Antarctica.
The island was first claimed by the British in 1819 and named after King George III, however the following years were turbulent with many disputes about who owned the island. King George Island now serves as an aerodrome for flights to Antarctica, and is known as the unofficial capital of the continent because of the numerous research stations there.
Deception Island is an alias for an active volcano, one of just two in Antarctica, and Port Foster is its flooded caldera, formed by a violent eruption some 10,000 years ago.
ARRIVAL INTO USHAIA
Arrive into Ushuaia International Airport (USH), You will be met by one of our drivers, and transferred to our hotel for a short orientation.
After check-in, feel free to relax, or explore on your own.
Meals Included: Dinner
*Meal will be buffet, (1) main course selection or preset menu. Includes (1) bottled water or bottled water for the table.
Group Airport Transfers & Hotel Check-In
Airport transfers provided from 5 AM - 11 PM local time on the start date of the trip. Hotel check-in is 3 PM. One group departure airport transfer provided on December 16, 2022 upon arrival back into Ushuaia. STS does not arrange early-ins or late check-outs.
TRANSFER TO EXPEDITION / BRIEF CITY TOUR
This morning is yours to spend sleeping in or taking in a few sights in Ushuaia. Ushuaia the world’s southernmost town. Explore the quaint city or local countryside. Alternatively, consider a day trip off the beaten path to the raw, natural archipelago of Tierra del Fuego. It's a hiker's paradise with rugged snow-capped mountains, glaciers, flower-filled meadows and boggy quagmires.
Our exhibition begins with all the necessary safety briefings, the latest weather forecasts and embarkation information needed to enjoy our upcoming expedition cruise.
All mandatory activities are held at the hotel and you will receive information about all these as you arrive at the hotel.
Meals Included: Hotel Breakfast & Dinner
*Meal will be preset menu, buffet, or (1) main course selection. Includes (1) soda or juice and water for the table.
TRANSFER TO EXPEDITION / BRIEF CITY TOUR
Brief city tour of Ushuaia.