The Epic Antarctica and South Georgia Adventure

The Epic Antarctica and South Georgia Adventure

The epic adventure cruise will take you to the remotest and most pristine places in the world. See penguins and seals and even whales. Explore the Antarctic Peninsula, the Weddell sea, and South Georgia. It is an experience you won't forget.

Day by day

Emperor Penguin | Weddell sea |  Antarctica
Carcass Island  | Falkland |  Antarctica
Elephant Island | South Shetland Islands |  Antarctica


Embarkation shuttle transfer to the vessel from Ushuaia city centre
Shuttle transfer after disembarkation from the ship to Ushuaia city centre or airport
All Zodiac landings and excursions, as per itinerary, guided by our Expedition Team
Expedition parka
Rubber boots loan scheme
Briefings and lectures by our Expedition Leader and Team
English-speaking Expedition Team
Full board on the ship - breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks
Complimentary house wine, beer and soda at dinner (selected labels and brands, served at our a-la-carte dinners)
Free tea and coffee available 24 hours
Taxes and landing fees
Special photo workshops
Welcome and Farewell Cocktail Parties

Does not include

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)
Personal expenses (e.g. Albatros Polar Spa services, Albatros Ocean Boutique purchases)
The Epic Antarctica and South Georgia Adventure | Map
From $14,995.00 per person


Seeing penguins, seals, and whales in their natural habitat
Exploring the Antarctic Peninsula and the Weddell Sea
Visiting South Georgia
Making a landing on the Antarctic continent

Departure dates

Start DateEnd DateItineraryDuration
2024-06-052024-06-16North Atlantic Expedition12 days
2024-06-162024-06-26Svalbard Circumnavigation11 days
2024-06-162024-06-21Polar Bear Express6 days
2024-06-212024-06-26Polar Bear Express6 days
2024-06-262024-07-03Svalbard- Last Stop Before The North Pole8 days