11 Day Antarctic Cruise – The Travel Lady (2023)

AB 14.195 US-Dollar

  • ocean cruise
  • 12 NIGHTS

Antarctica, South America

Embark on an adventure of a lifetime with Viking Cruises. Begin your journey in Buenos Aires and then fly to Ushuaia where you will experience the best expedition to the Antarctic Peninsula. Stay in a luxurious deluxe cabin with a Nordic balcony and experience the stunning beauty of Antarctica like never before. You will see impressive glaciers, icebergs and a variety of marine life including penguins, whales and seals. This is the perfect opportunity to explore the pristine continent and create unforgettable memories.

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Please note that the available departure date has been updated to 20 November 2023

  • Round-trip economy class airfare from Calgary included
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  • 12 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE DATE: November 20, 2023

Antarctica, South America

Port of departure:Buenos Aires, Argentina


Discover the “last continent”

This ultimate adventure takes you to the Antarctic Peninsula where you will experience towering glaciers, snow-capped landscapes, towering icebergs and a unique view of wildlife. Follow in the footsteps of explorers like Amundsen, Shackleton and Scott and be one of the few to discover the world's last truly wild frontier. Each day brings new surprises and the opportunity to change plans to maximize wildlife viewing and adapt to the ever-changing weather.

Features of your cabin:

  • Cabin size: 215 square feet (including Nordic balcony)
  • Ocean View Stateroom with Private Nordic Balcony: Floor-to-ceiling, anti-distortion glass along the ship's edge for optimal, cozy views. Or roll down the top panoramic glass for a sheltered outdoor gazebo.
  • 11:00 am Embarkation
  • 2:00 p.m. access to the cabin
  • Expedition activity bookings 47 days prior to departure
  • 1 priority reservation in each alternative restaurant 60 days before departure
  • Priority reservation of spa treatments 60 days prior to departure
  • King Viking Explorer bed (optional twin configuration) with luxury linens and pillows
  • Free WiFi (connection speed may vary)
  • 55 inch flat screen OLED TV with MSNBC, FOX News, National Geographic and more
  • 110/220 volt outlets and USB ports
  • Large private bathroom with spacious glass-enclosed shower, underfloor heating, anti-mist mirror and hairdryer
  • Freyja® Premium Hygiene Product
  • Soft bathrobes and slippers
  • Direct dial satellite phone and cellular service
  • security safe
  • Individual climate control
  • Purified water replenished daily
  • Minibar with soft drinks, water and snacks (replenished once a day)
  • binoculars
  • Traditional Norwegian Marius fabric blanket
  • Personal coffee machine with a first-class selection of coffee and tea
  • Cabin steward and maid service twice a day
  • 24 hour room service
  • Floor to ceiling airing closet
  • Spacious drawers and closet with wooden hangers
  • Storage space for luggage under the bed
  • Souvenir Viking Expedition Jacket (on polar routes)
  • All Viking excursion gear needed for any relevant excursion

travel dates and prices

20. November 2023From CAD 14,195 - Nordic Deluxe cabin with balconyPro Person
  • Unless otherwise stated, prices are per person based on double occupancy.

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what is included

  • FREE flight from Calgary (please inquire about other cities)
  • Overnight in Buenos Aires
  • Domestic flight to Ushuaia
  • 11-day round-trip expedition cruise from Ushuaia in a deluxe cabin with Nordic balcony
  • One complimentary disembarkation or shore excursion in all ports of call
  • Free WiFi (connection speed may vary)
  • Beer, wine and soft drinks for lunch and dinner on board
  • Specialty coffees, teas and mineral water available 24 hours a day
  • Ground transfers when buying Viking Air
  • Visits to UNESCO sites
  • Enrichment Lectures und Destination Performances
  • Free access to the Nordic Spa & Fitness Center.
  • self-service laundry
  • Meals in alternative restaurants at no additional cost
  • 24 hour room service
  • Kayaks, Zodiacs and Special Boats - a Viking expedition set with a variety of gear to explore at no extra cost
  • Souvenir Viking Expedition Jacket (on polar routes)
  • All Viking excursion gear needed for any relevant excursion
  • Port Taxes and Fees


1Monday, November 20thBuenos Aires, Argentina
2Tuesday, November 21stUshuaia, Argentina
3Wednesday 22 NovemberSailing Drake Passage
4Thursday 23 NovemberDiscover Antarctica
5Friday November 24thDiscover Antarctica
6On, 25. NovemberDiscover Antarctica
7Sunday 26 NovemberDiscover Antarctica
8Monday, November 27thDiscover Antarctica
9Tuesday, November 28thDiscover Antarctica
10Wednesday 29 NovemberDiscover Antarctica
11Thursday, November 30thSailing Drake Passage
12Friday December 1stPanoramagel: Kap Hoorn
13Sat, December 2ndUshuaia, Argentina

Day 1 - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Arrive and check in at the hotel. Buenos Aires, the cosmopolitan capital of Argentina, is an eclectic mix of Latin American and European influences. The tree-lined streets and post-colonial architecture reflect the city's Spanish, French and Italian heritage, while the many cafes and bodegas and vibrant nightlife are distinctly Argentinian. Its barrios, or neighborhoods, exude an intimate atmosphere that belies the city's size. San Telmo's historic cobblestone streets and Belle Époque-style buildings are bohemian and reverberate with the mesmerizing melodies of tango.

Day 2 – Ushuaia, Argentina

Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world. Its glorious location, wedged between the Beagle Channel and the southernmost foothills of the Andes, gives it the feel of an outpost, just like the Antarctic explorers preparing for the expeditions that depart from here. Ushuaia is the capital and gateway to the famous Tierra del Fuego, the "Land of Fire" named by the Spanish for the constant flames lit by the indigenous Yámana to keep warm. This largely unspoiled region includes the large island of Tierra del Fuego, as well as numerous Chilean and Argentine islands.

Tag 3 – Vela Drake Passage

Named after the 16th-century English privateer Sir Francis Drake, the icy waters of the Drake Passage stretch some 600 miles between Cape Horn and Livingston Island in the South Shetland archipelago. Enjoy the selection of delicious dishes on board during the journey. You can visit Mamsen's, our casual gourmet deli, any time from early morning until late at night and enjoy traditional Norwegian dishes. Or dine at Manfredi's Italian Restaurant and enjoy authentic dishes with a menu ranging from Milanese risotto to Tuscan-inspired classics.

Days 4 - 10 - Explore Antarctica

At once ethereal and majestic, Antarctica has inspired explorers and adventurers for centuries. In this frigid desert, admire glistening icebergs in tranquil coves and white-clad mountains rising from the basalt cliffs of the mainland. These stunning landscapes evoke both the absolute stillness when seals rest on a floating sheet of ice and the breathtaking drama when glaciers melt into the sea. In these cold, nutrient-rich waters, humpback, fin and giant blue whales greet expedition ships that venture into their habitat.

Tag 11 – Segel-Drake-Passage

The Drake Passage has a notorious reputation for being the roughest sea on earth. The crossing required big waves, gale force winds and frigid conditions that tested both the sailor and the ship. Meet other guests and listen to the soothing sounds of classical music in The Living Room, an ideal place to unwind. Enjoy a cup of coffee or a refreshing cocktail.

Day 12 – Scenic Navigation: Cape Horn

Cape Horn, named after the Dutch city of Hoorn in the Netherlands, towers over the point where the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans converge and is part of the Hermit Archipelago. This remote, barren, treeless place is often considered the southernmost point of the continent. A massive, prehistoric-looking massif of Jurassic volcanic rock rises on the island of Hornos. At the top is the historic lighthouse near the water. It has been a beacon of certainty and safety for countless sailors since 1991 and is the southernmost traditional style lighthouse in the world.

He is 13 – Ushuaia, Argentina

The "City at the End of the World" is one of the most breathtaking travel destinations on the planet; Andean peaks, pristine lakes and boreal forests create a dramatic backdrop to this alluring coastal city. Although Ushuaia is more than 600 miles north of Antarctica, the port city is still the closest thing to the "last continent" and the starting point for your explorations. The majestic landscape of Antarctica lures adventure seekers with its ice plains, rugged mountains and abundance of wildlife such as whales, seals and various species of penguins. Disembark the ship and transfer to the airport to board the charter flight. Say goodbye to your fellow travelers and head home.

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How much do you tip on an Antarctica cruise? ›

Tips are not generally included in your cruise fare (some exceptions apply on the all-inclusive ships) so if you would like to tip the crew an approximate suggestion would be $10-20 USD per passenger per day on board.

Why are Antarctic cruises so expensive? ›

Why is it so expensive to visit Antarctica? Because of the Antarctic Treaty, only certain carriers can visit and they're required to have a permit. This means that even though there are now quite a few companies offering these cruises, there is still limited supply.

Can you get to Antarctica without crossing the Drake Passage? ›

By opting for a cruise that incorporates flights to and from the South Shetland Islands from Argentina or Chile, travelers can skip the dreaded Drake Passage and sail through Antarctica.

How many days do you need in order to travel the Antarctic via cruise ship? ›

Typical Antarctica cruises from Ushuaia, Argentina to the Peninsula are from 10 to 12 nights in duration, including the crossing of the Drake Passage. This allows for a reasonable amount of time for daily landings, which are always subject to ice and weather conditions.

What happens if you don't tip on a cruise? ›

What happens if you don't tip on a cruise? Most cruise lines work on the basis that the crew members' pay structure is based on receiving tips. If you choose not to tip, for whatever reason, you are impacting the salaries of the crew who have served you so well during your cruise.

Can you tip cruise staff with cash? ›

Cash is also a good option if you want to tip some workers extra for service that warrants it. If you've dined in mostly one spot every night of the cruise, you might want to give tips to especially attentive waitstaff on the last evening of the cruise.

Is the cruise to Antarctica rough? ›

The Drake Passage, the stretch of water between the southernmost tip of South America and the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica has the notorious reputation of being the roughest seas in the world.

What time of year is best for Antarctica cruise? ›

The Antarctic travel season coincides with the austral summer beginning in October and running through March. The best time to visit Antarctica is from mid-December through mid-February. The best month to take an Antarctic cruise is January. Of course, there is much more to it than that.

How cold is it on Antarctica cruises? ›

Temperatures drop well below -60 degrees Celsius, making it far too dark and cold for any tour operator to offer a comfortable or safe experience.

Do ships sink in Drake Passage? ›

The Drake Passage has been described as having the roughest seas in the world; 20,000 sailors have lost their lives there and its waters hold more than 800 shipwrecks.

Why is Drake Passage so rough? ›

What makes the Drake Passage so infamously rough is the fact that currents at this latitude meet no resistance from any landmass, anywhere on the planet. Coupled with the area's propensity for high wind, a crossing of the Drake Passage can be quite the adventurous exploit.

Where do you leave for Antarctic cruises? ›

Most Antarctica cruises depart from South America, in particular from the port city of Ushuaia in Argentina. The city itself is well worth visiting and most tour operators will build in an extra day to explore the city before your departure. Over 90% of all Antarctica cruises depart from Ushuaia.

How many days is enough for Antarctica? ›

The most common expeditions last approximately nine to ten days, including five full days of exploration in Antarctica.

Where do most Antarctica cruises depart from? ›

Where do most cruises depart from? 99% of Antarctica trips start from either Ushuaia in Southern Argentina or Punta Arenas in Southern Chile. It provides the most choice in terms of voyages. Explore the route to Ushuaia or Punta Arenas.

Can you refuse to pay gratuity on a cruise? ›


You have the right to refuse this automatic gratuity charge and may compensate cruise staff on your own terms. However, you will need to notify the front desk of this desire. Otherwise it will appear on your bill when your cruise ends and it will be charged to your credit card on file.

Should I tip my cruise waiter? ›

Many luxury cruise lines, higher-end river lines, and some British and Australian lines have a no-tipping policy, and gratuities are not required. You can always tip at your discretion, though some crewmembers are not allowed to accept monetary gifts.

Should you tip cruise staff? ›

Cruise lines are very upfront about their tipping policies. Unless you are on an all-inclusive ship that covers gratuities in the cruise fare, such as luxury cruise lines Azamara, Seabourn, Silversea, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, and Virgin Voyages, it is recommended that you tip the crew.

Is it better to do prepaid gratuities on a cruise? ›

Benefits of Prepaying Gratuities

The biggest advantage is simply getting the charge out of the way. By paying the charge at the same time you pay your cruise, it's one less cost that will hit your onboard account while you are cruising. Another advantage is that cruise lines regularly raise gratuity amounts.

How much extra do you tip your waiter on a cruise? ›

How much extra should you tip on a cruise? There is no set amount for how much to tip on a cruise, and once you have paid your gratuities, there's no need to tip more if you don't want to. Average extra tips vary, with most cruisers averaging $1-2 for drinks or room service, and $10-20 per day for cabin stewards.

How much do you tip on a cruise per day? ›

The amount you pay will vary by cruise line, but they are all in the same ballpark. You can expect to pay about $15-$20 per person, per day. So a couple traveling together will see about $30-$40 per day in gratuities, or about $200+ over the course of a week-long cruise.

How do I prepare for a cruise to Antarctica? ›

Top 10 tips for visiting Antarctica
  1. Getting the right clothing. ...
  2. Pack sea sickness medication. ...
  3. Bring extra batteries, memory cards, and dry bags. ...
  4. Book your Antarctica adventure early. ...
  5. Explore Ushuaia before or after your cruise. ...
  6. Plan an itinerary that suits you. ...
  7. Don't forget travel insurance.
Dec 2, 2017

Is there cell service on Antarctica cruise? ›

The short answer is no, your mobile phone will not work during your tour of Antarctica. While we've come a long way from the earliest expeditions when explorers could only send snail mail via other ships, Antarctica is still a remote and wild destination with a telecommunications system to match.

What should tourists not do in Antarctica? ›

No one should try to handle or disturb any wildlife encountered and that includes feeding the animals. This rule of thumb applies to land and water. Animals are protected and should remain so. In fact many species are endangered such as the Blue Whale, Northern Royal Albatross and Antarctic Tern.

What is the darkest month in Antarctica? ›

On Antarctica's coast, where our stations are located, there are usually a couple of weeks in mid-winter (around 21 June) when the sun does not rise, and a couple of weeks in summer around Christmas when the sun does not set.

What to wear to Antarctica? ›

We recommend a waterproof jacket & fleece (if your ship isn't providing them), waterproof trousers, gloves (thick + liner), a hat, a couple of pairs of socks and underwear and a set of base thermals, as well as your photography equipment and binoculars.

How cold is it in Antarctica during the day? ›

Weather in Antarctica (16 Locations)
MawsonSun 11:26 am-7 °F
McMurdoSun 6:26 pm-16 °F
Neumayer-Station IIISun 6:26 am-21 °F
OrcadasSun 3:26 am25 °F
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What month is best for Antarctica? ›

The best time to travel to Antarctica is during the Antarctic summer from November to March, when you'll see Antarctica's wildlife at its busiest and benefit from up to 24 hours of daylight.

Are polar bears in Antarctica? ›

They are not found in Antarctica, even though the North and South poles are both snow-covered, icy-cold environments. Polar bears range across the Arctic Ocean, in parts of Canada, Alaska, Russia, Greenland and Norway (Svalbard).

Is it safe to pass the Drake Passage? ›

Despite its reputation, crossing this unpredictable water body can be an unforgettable 48-hour affair. These days, with the finest equipment, safety procedures, experienced crew members and polar-ready ships, the Drake Passage can be a remarkable part of one's polar voyage—not dangerous.

What is the best month to cross the Drake Passage? ›

While there is no such thing as the best month to cross Drake Passage, we were crossing the passage during the Antarctic summer (from October to February) when the Antarctic weather helps create calmer seas.

Is the Drake Passage ever calm? ›

With good conditions the Drake Passage can be wonderfully calm, and even enjoyable. If you're lucky enough to experience the 'Drake Lake' you can expect to be lulled by small swells and soft winds, and to spend your time out on deck spotting your first albatross. The far more famous experience is the 'Drake Shake'.

How many boats have crashed in Drake Passage? ›

The choppy waters of the Drake Passage, named after English explorer Sir Francis Drake, who never actually traveled through the waterway but sailed close to the location in 1578, are believed to have caused more than 800 shipwrecks.

How deep is the water in the Drake Passage? ›

The passage is incredibly deep.

Its average depth is 11,150 feet, although the ocean floor is thought to reach depths of up to 15,700 feet near the passage's southern and northern boundaries.

How big do the waves get in Drakes passage? ›

Seasoned travelers say the Drake Passage has two states: the 'Drake Lake' or the 'Drake Shake'. The latter can feature large waves up to about 9-12 meters (wave heights of approximately 30-39 feet).

What is the roughest ocean in world? ›

The Irminger Sea is situated south of the Denmark Strait which separates Iceland from the east coast of Greenland by 250 miles of rough water. It is thought to be the windiest stretch of salt water on the globe and one of the stormiest places in the world.

What is the best seasickness medication for Drake Passage? ›

Recommended sea sickness medication

Antihistamine medicines such as Dramamine (meclizine hydrochloride) 25mg tablets or Phenergan (promethazine) 25mg tablets are also effective in reducing the effects of seasickness. Taken up to one hour prior to your trip, one dose of Dramamine lasts for 24 hours.

What is the best seasick medicine for Drake Passage? ›

Dramamine, Bonine or Scopolamine Patches.

Medications like Dramamine, Bonine and the Scopolamine transdermal patches (that sit behind your ear) are also effective in reducing motion sickness and seasickness. The patches typically last several days, but you need to apply them about four hours before you set sail.

How much is a trip to Antarctica? ›

The least expensive trips to Antarctica start at under $5,000. Luxury voyages can exceed $15,000 per person. Below we crunch the numbers and outline the considerations that influence Antarctic travel costs to help you determine how much it costs to go to Antarctica.

How hard is it to go to Antarctica? ›

Still, it's the most remote and forbidding stretch of wilderness in the world, exponentially more difficult to reach than nearly every other landmass. You'll need a permit and you'll have to follow the Antarctic Conservation Act, which prohibits tampering with the ecosystem in any way.

Do they have hotels in Antarctica? ›

Antarctica Hotels

Sea Adventurer Cruise Stay, The Ushuaia, Hebridean Sky, Gould Bay Camp, Union Glacier Tented Camp, King George Ice Camp and many more. The mention of Antarctica Hotels in itself is a valuable deal if you are planning a trip to the icy continent.

Can you step foot on Antarctica? ›

​Set foot on the Antarctic Continent

At Brown Bluff, located on the Antarctic Peninsula, at the west side of the Antarctic Sound, you can stand on the continent of Antarctica. Below the steep cliffs Adélie and Gentoo Penguins breed. Leopard Seals, in search of penguins, often patrol the shore.

What's the longest you can stay in Antarctica? ›

The majority of scientists and support staff living in Antarctica stay for short term contracts of 3-6 months, although some stay for as long as 15 months (two summers and one winter).

Is it worth it to go to Antarctica? ›

Yes. Antarctica is worth the cost. We have been to 80 countries across seven continents and Antarctica was undoubtedly our number one travel experience.

What is the most visited country in Antarctica? ›

Falkland Islands. This save-based Falkland Islands is known for its abundant biodiversity, which makes it one of the most popularly visited spots in Antarctica.

Do you get off the ship in Antarctica? ›

Remember, you won't have the opportunity to get off the ship in Antarctica. No matter what ship you choose, where you go depends on weather conditions. If it's too windy and dangerous to land the Zodiacs at one spot, the captain will sail to another landing.

What is the tip of Antarctica? ›

The point on land farthest from any coastline on the Antarctic Continent is located at83.904°S 64.890°E. This is also known as the South Pole of inaccessibility. Antarctica is the southernmost land mass on Earth.

How much do you tip a sea captain? ›

Captains of charter boat fishing reported that they usually receive tips of 10-20% of the trip's cost. A 15% tip is generally expected. The tip for a full-day trip is $600. The tip is split among the captain and the mate on most boats.

How much do you tip after a cruise? ›

The average suggestions for cruise tips amount to between $12 and $16 per passenger, per day—which for a standard seven-night cruise comes to between $84 and $112 extra per person, or $336 to $448 extra for a family of four.

How much do you tip housekeeping on a 7 day cruise? ›

As for daily housekeeping gratuity, $2 to $5 per person per day is a good rule of thumb. For help with your luggage when boarding and disembarking, tip the luggage handler immediately following the service. Beyond the day-to-day staff, you may also want to tip out specialized crew members you encountered regularly.

Does Antarctica touch the sea floor? ›

While commonly known for its massive icebergs and iconic penguins, Antarctica's best-kept secret lies on the seafloor far below the ocean surface. In this remote and isolated environment, a unique and diverse community of animals has evolved, half of which aren't found anywhere else on the planet.

How close is the tip of Chile to Antarctica? ›

Cruise to Antarctica From South America

The distance from the tip of South America to Antarctica is about 600 miles.

What happens if you get caught in Antarctica? ›

Under the 1959 Antarctic Treaty, ratified by 53 nations, persons accused of a crime in Antarctica are subject to punishment by their own country.

How much do you tip a ship steward? ›

Additional tipping is completely at your discretion.
CrewSuggested Cash Tip Amount
Waiter$5 per day, per person
Cabin Steward$3-5 per person per day
Butler$10-20 per person per day
Room Service$2-3 per order
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Do you tip the captain or the crew? ›

The “rates” for how much to tip a boat captain vary from 5-20%, but there is a certain etiquette. The tip is always given to the captain, in cash, who then distributes the tip among the crew equally.

How much do you tip a dock attendant? ›

Farlow: I would estimate the average tip for helping a boat tie up and refuel and to guide them through the paperwork we require for the first time – is about $20. Every time an attendant assists a guest it is not usual for them to receive a $5 to $10 tip.

Do you tip wait staff on cruise? ›

You are not expected to tip on these sailings at all. However, slipping your butler or favorite waiter or bartender some cash is welcomed; good service should be rewarded. You might also want to express your thanks by donating to the crew fund, which provides treats and entertainment options to the hard-working crew.

How much do you tip on a 14 day cruise? ›

The amount you pay will vary by cruise line, but they are all in the same ballpark. You can expect to pay about $15-$20 per person, per day. So a couple traveling together will see about $30-$40 per day in gratuities, or about $200+ over the course of a week-long cruise.

Do I need cash on a cruise ship? ›

Here's the short answer: You don't actually need any cash when on a cruise ship. Most cruise lines operate on a cashless system. This allows you to pay for any and all of your onboard charges using your room key rather than bringing extra cash.

Do you tip your stateroom attendant on a cruise? ›

Average extra tips vary, with most cruisers averaging $1-2 for drinks or room service, and $10-20 per day for cabin stewards. It's up to you if you decide to tip extra, but your automatic gratuity charge covers all the essentials.

Do you tip housekeeping daily or at end of trip? ›

When to tip your hotel room cleaners. Some travelers like to leave one tip for hotel housekeeping at the end of their stay. But most experts say it's better to leave a tip every day of your trip. “We recommend tipping nightly, as your room may be serviced by different people,” said Ten Eyck.


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