Antarctica, South Georgia & Falkland Islands
Next DepartureJan. 31, 2023
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, Kayaking, Lectures, Photography, Wildlife observations, Zodiac
Facts about Antarctica, South Georgia & Falkland Islands
ARRIVAL AND EMBARKATION IN USHUAIA.
AT SEA. DRAKE PASSAGE, KING GEORGE ISLAND
ANTARCTIC SOUND AND WEDDELL SEA
DRAKE PASSAGE AND SOUTH GEORGIA
SOUTH ATLANTIC, APPROACHING FALKLAND ISLANDS
PORT STANLEY AND FALKLAND ISLANDS
During the morning we approach Falkland Islands and in the early afternoon Ocean Victory/Albatros will cast anchor the sheltered natural harbor of Port Stanley. Utilizing our Zodiacs, we will land in town center, and take a leisurely stroll through the streets of Stanley.
On the following day we will make landings – weather permitting – at two of the islands’ many magnificent wildlife spots.
AT SEA TOWARD SOUTH AMERICA. USHUAIA, DISEMBARKATION
We are now into the last leg of this adventurous voyage, heading back to Ushuaia.
After a hearty farewell to vessel and crew, we disembark in the morning after breakfast.
19-day cruise with accommodation in a shared double stateroom featuring en suite facilities
Shuttle transfers to ship from city centre/from the ship to city centre or airport (Ushuaia)
All Zodiac landings and excursions as per itinerary
Rubberboots provided for entire voyage
Guiding and lectures by our experienced expedition leader and team
English-speaking expedition team
Free photo workshop from experienced photographer onboard
Full board on the ship - breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks
Free tea and coffee 24 hours daily
Welcome and farewell drinks
Online visual journal access after your voyage with photos, species list, log and more!
Taxes and port fees
Extra excursions and activities not mentioned in the itinerary
Single room supplement and stateroom upgrades
Meals not on board the ship
Beverages (other than coffee and tea)
Tips for the crew (we recommend USD 14 per person per day)
Anything not mentioned under ’Inclusions’
Please keep in mind, the itinerary and outdoor activities during each voyage are solely dependent on weather and operational conditions to ensure the safety and quality of experience of our guests. The route and shore landings will be determined by the captain and expedition leader and communicated to guests through regularly scheduled briefings. Albatros Expeditions reserves the right to modify the landings and locations visited during a voyage based on weather and local conditions and climate to ensure a safe and delightful experience for all our guests and staff. Our trips are expeditionary in nature, and thus changes to timings are common place due to the environment we operate in as well as wildlife opportunities and locations.