ANTARCTICA ADVENTURE SKI TOURING CRUISE
Backcountry Ski touring in Antarctica Ski. Explore.
October / November
Begginers to advanced
Ski touring/ ski Mountaineering
Since 2009, once a year we leave from Ushuaia along the Beagle Channel and across the Drake Passage in a large boat and navigate along the west side of the Antarctic Peninsula. The plan is to ski in different bays out of the ship accessing by zodiac boats to shore, ski all day, see wildlife such a leopard seals, penguins, orcas, humpback whales and all kind of albatross, petrels
The ship change location every day to see as much as possible in a total trip of 13 days. If you are interested in looking in a map the locations we normally go are: The group of the Shetlands Islands, Livingston and King George Island Cierva Cove Lamaire Channel, Neumeyer Channel, Port Lockroy, Anvers Islands, Brabant Island
This trip is an unique adventure with five stars cruise ship service! A luxurious mountain trip! If you have a place you would like to go, please, email us to explore together.
October 19-31, 2024
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Half boat is full already! Book soon! 🙂
1 night pre-expedition shared hotel accommodation in Ushuaia, Argentina. This room includes a continental breakfast.
Group dinner in Ushuaia.
Group transfers from the hotel to the ship on embarkation and from the ship to the airport on disembarkation and all miscellaneous service taxes and port charges.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner on board
Shore landings and Zodiac excursions as permitted by weather and local conditions.
Presentations by our Expedition Team and guest speakers.
Photographic DVD chronicling the voyage.
Comprehensive pre-departure information package
Use of a pair of rubber expedition boots on loan for shore landings. These will be returned at the end of the voyage.
Airfares to or from your home city, whether on scheduled or charter flights.
Passport and visa expenses. Tourist entry fees may apply depending on your nationality.
Any government arrival and departure airport taxes.
Ski or trekking equipment.
Any meals ashore with the exception of breakfast at the host hotel and the Welcome dinner on the evening prior to departure.
Baggage, cancellation and travel insurance (emergency medical and evacuation insurance is mandatory.
Excess baggage charges.
Laundry, bar, beverage and other personal charges onboard the ship or at the hotel.
Telecommunications charges or the customary gratuity at the end of the voyage for stewards, guides, and other service personnel.
Tips for guides and hospitality staff.
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