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13 day photography trip to Ushuaia, Drake Passage and 2 other destinations travelling through Argentina and Antarctica. Read More
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Operator G Adventures Active 1 day ago Premier This operator is consistently delivering tours which receive customer ratings above 4.5 on average.
  • Activities Photography tours & Wildlife +6 more
  • Accommodation Hotel & Ship Cabin
  • Transport Bus, Private Vehicle, Flight, Boat & Cruise Ship
  • Age Range1+ years old
days13 From US$ 7,399
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5 - Excellent
Based on 36 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.”