Holidays & Sabbatical Travel to Antarctica – In a Nutshell
The Great White Continent of Antarctica offers one of the most remote and extraordinary holiday & sabbatical travel experiences on the planet.
Experience the magic of a wilderness region first discovered by Adrien de Gerlache’s Belgian expedition at the end of the 19th century
and gaze in wonderment as you pass icebergs the size of a small country.
How to Get to Antarctica
The Antarctic Peninsula is the most easily accessible part of the 7th Continent with travel options by ship or by air.
Cross the Drake Passage by expedition ship from Ushuaia in Argentina or by air to King George Island with a flight from Punta Arenas in Chile.
Off The Beaten Path
Your choice of expedition may also include a navigation through South Georgia, the South Shetland Islands and the Falkland Isles (Malvinas) with
each offering the most dramatic of awe-inspiring scenery combined with a rich variety of wildlife.
We work with a range of expedition ships from traditional ice-breakers to luxurious private charter superyachts
for the ultimate sabbatical or holiday to Antarctica.
When & Weather – Antarctica
The best time (and realistically the only time) to visit Antarctica: during the summer months of the Southern Hemisphere between October and March.
Late December to early February is peak travel season.
Temperature range: between 4°C (39°F) and 8°C (46°F).
Our experienced team will guide you through the most suitable options based on how you would like to experience Antarctica.
Browse the gallery for inspiration and please contact us for further ideas should you wish to start planning a holiday or sabbatical to Antarctica.