Top Tour Operators and Travel Agencies in Antarctica. Below you will find 6 of the best tour operators and travel agencies in Antarctica offering in total 19 tours and holidays through-out Antarctica. Combined they have received 33 customer reviews and an average rating of 5 out of 5 stars. The top tour activities offered in Antarctica are: Wildlife, landscapes and nature, Boat tours, water sports and marine wildlife & Explorer.

6 Tour Operators in Antarctica with 33 Reviews

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G Adventures

of 97 reviews
  • Address 19 Charlotte St , Toronto , Canada
  • Response Rate 85%
  • Response Time 1 hour
Total Trips4 Tour Type Group Trip Duration11 days - 21 days Trip PricesUS$ 6,899 - US$ 16,999

Quark Expeditions

of 32 reviews
  • Address 3131 Elliot Avenue, Suite 250 Seattle, WA 98121, Seattle, USA
  • Response Rate 25%
  • Response Time 3 hours
Total Trips6 Tour Type Private Trip Duration8 days - 20 days Trip PricesUS$ 7,391 - US$ 14,786

Beyond BA LATAM

of 11 reviews
  • Address URIARTE 2363 9G, CABA, Argentina
  • Response Rate 100%
  • Response Time 1 hour
Beyond BA LATAM is a full-service Destination Management Company (DMC) that provides tailor-made trips to Argentina, Chile and Antarctica for discerning travelers. We have knowledgeable experts for each ... Read More
Total Trips1 Tour Type Private and Group
  • Address Thames 2062, Palermo, Comuna 14, Argentina
  • Response Rate 100%
  • Response Time 1 hour

Intrepid Travel

of 103 reviews
  • Address 380 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Australia
  • Response Rate 87%
  • Response Time 3 hours
Total Trips3 Tour Type Group Trip Duration11 days - 20 days Trip PricesUS$ 7,595 - US$ 15,195

Peregrine Adventures

of 12 reviews
  • Address 7, 567 Collins St Melbourne, Melbourne , Australia
  • Response Rate 65%
  • Response Time 2 hours
Our name stems from the word 'Peregrinate’, meaning to migrate, walk or take a pilgrimage – very fitting for our beginnings as a trekking company. Since our inception, we've broadened ... Read More
Total Trips4 Tour Type Group Trip Duration8 days - 20 days Trip PricesUS$ 7,595 - US$ 15,195
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5 - Excellent
Based on 33 customer reviews
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Discover Antarctica 11 days from Ushuaia
5 - Excellent
  • Victoria Adrian Paschich
  • From USA
“Excellent”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Quest for the Antarctic Circle
5 - Excellent
  • Martin Lacey
  • From USA
“Excellent”
Great Trip, Strong Staff, No Flaws Reviewed Tour: Antarctic Explorer: Discovering the 7th Continent
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
  • From Canada
“The ship and staff for the journey provided enthusiastic, effective and patient support, with a well-executed itinerary that I'd trust for future trips. Food and accommodation were excellent. Waters were very calm once reaching Antarctica, to relieve anyone's seasickness. Mountain and Glacier landscapes were great. The wildlife in the area is plentiful, where we saw at least some whales, seals and penguins every day we were in Antarctica and probably 20ish whales overall. The animals aren't afraid of humans and so at worst ignore you as you get fairly close. Extra downtime filled with interesting presentations about history, animals, current antarctic science and recent environmental issue affecting it. If you absolutely must have Emporer penguins, elephant seals or Orca, check the season you're going as we saw just a few but they were unusual and not to be expected at the time/places we went.

I'd recommend this trip to anyone I knew going to Antarctica who hasn't been there before and doesn't have extremely specific desires for wildlife that I didn't mention. It's fun, comprehensive, and the minimum commitment required for the adventure it offers.

This trip took place on the Ocean Endeavor, in early-mid February, on the West side of the Antarctic Peninsula.”