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Join WILDFOOT Travel on a once in a lifetime Antarctica expedition cruise to explore the world’s last great wilderness. A land of extremes with unforgettable scenery that’s swarming with wildlife, the Antarctic is like nowhere else on earth. It truly is a breath-taking experience.
Antarctica and the other polar regions of South Georgia are an unspoiled part of the world, rich with wildlife, spectacular scenery and panoramic views. A bucket list trip for all keen explorers and adventurers, experiencing the Antarctic’s wildlife is remarkable. From towering iceberg whales to seals, birds, and an endless parade of penguins acting out their daily routine, it’s an intimate experience that you will treasure.
Our Antarctica expedition cruises are available between late October and March. For the more adventurous and thrill-seekers, you can fly in for extreme skiing and climbing, or visit the South Pole, Antarctica’s jewel in the crown.Scroll down to view WILDFOOT Travel’s latest deals or contact one of our expert travelers today for more information. Antarctica and the islands of South Georgia are rich with wildlife, spectacular scenery and the history of explorers and adventurers. You can join an Antarctica cruise and follow in the footsteps of these infamous Antarctica explorers from late October to late March, in our small expedition Antarctica cruise ships. The most adventurous can even fly in for extreme skiing and climbing or even visit Antarctica's jewel in the crown, the South Pole.
Watch our Antarctica Cruise Video
Considering a cruise to Antarctica? Watch our amazing Antarctica cruise video and take a look at what's in store on a cruise in this frozen wonderland.
Download Our Antarctica Brochure
Our Antarctica brochure contains a sample of some of our favourite Antarctica itineraries, created with you, the customer, in mind. Carefully selected by our team of wildlife-travel specialists, our exciting programme of out-of-the-ordinary travel adventures combines the planet’s most sought-after wildlife experiences with the very best in transport, accommodation and expert guiding.Download PDF
Top 5 reasons to visit Antarctica
- Antarctica cruises allow you to see amazing polar wildlife including penguins, other birds, whales, seals and more
- An Antarctica cruise delivers spectacular scenery - icebergs, glaciers and mountains
- Take a break from you Antarctica cruise to enjoy extreme sporting activities like skiing, climbing, diving and more
- Visit historical sites of the great Antarctic explorers
- Joining an Antarctica cruise is the ultimate travel tick-box
The Antarctic Peninsula and South Georgia are reached from South America, usually from Ushuaia (Argentina) or Punta Arenas (Chile). There are regular flights from Europe and North America to Buenos Aires and Santiago, with connections south.
The Ross Sea and Commonwealth Bay (East Antarctica) areas are reached from either South Island New Zealand or Tasmania, Australia. There are regular flights to gateway cities in both countries from most parts of the world.
It’s imperative that travellers embarking on an Antarctica expedition cruise have adequate travel insurance. All expedition companies require evidence of this since evacuation costs from remote polar areas are incredibly high.
Travellers should be in good health and able to participate in normal expedition activities.
If you have any doubts or concerns, please give us a call and chat with one of our travel experts. We’re happy to discuss any aspect of your cruise.
It is imperative that travellers embarking on an Antarctica cruise have adequate travel insurance and evidence of this is required by all expedition companies, since evacuation costs from remote polar areas are very high. Travellers should be in good health and able to participate in normal expedition activities.
If you have any doubts or concerns, just give us a call and chat to our team of experts. We're happy to discuss any aspect of your Antarctica cruise.
Entry requirements to Antarctica depend on the country of access.
The Antarctic is rich in marine wildlife. This polar region has several species of whales and other cetaceans and pinnipeds either native or visiting throughout the season. For a more intimate experience, try cold water scuba diving for a unique, unforgettable encounter
Walk amongst thousands of nesting penguins and get up close and personal to nesting Albatross and other native birds. An Antarctica expedition cruise is a birder’s haven. To experience something more remarkable, visit the season early for nesting and later for chicks.
Land basedLand Based Options
For land-based experiences, we have ‘Basecamp’ activities available from the ship. For more intrepid activities, we have fly-in extreme skiing, mountaineering, camping and visits to the South Pole. Speak to one of our experts or download our brochure for more information.
Side ToursView Tours
When travelling to the Antarctic, you’re venturing to the bottom of the world on an exciting and unforgettable Antarctica expedition. You will fly over some of the most beautiful, diverse and unspoilt countryside’s on Earth to get to the southern polar region. It’s once in a lifetime experience, so take advantage and have some extra time before or after your Antarctica trip to explore something else of this fantastic continent.
WILDFOOT Travel has some suggested tours in Argentina to give you a taste of what else you can do and experience. Speak to our team for more information.
How WILDFOOT creates your holiday Adventure
Talk to someone who knows. Our specialist consultants are here to help you every step of the way – here’s how..
Talk to a specialist
Visit the wildfoot website for inspiration on your choice of adventures and destinations, then call us and speak to one of our specialists for first hand advice. We can start the planning process straight away, if you are ready.
Create your personal
Your specialist consultant will set the ball rolling and work with you to choose the right itinerary (and the right ship, if you are going to the arctic or antarctic) just for you, to suit your requirements and budget.
Help right up
We will answer any questions about your trip that may arise and, when you have paid your balance (12-15 weeks prior to departure), we will send you your detailed itinerary and go through it with you.
We are still there for you even when you have left home – our partners overseas are there to assist, especially for emergencies and you can contact us at any time in the uk by e-mail or telephone.