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Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctic Odyssey aboard the Greg Mortimer

Starting with a night in the world's southernmost city, Ushuaia, we set sail down the Beagle Channel and across the South Atlantic Ocean, headed for the Falkland Islands before continuing to South Georgia - an island of incomparable beauty. The northern flanks of the island comprise of a series of harbours that once sheltered large fleets of whaling ships, now a safe haven for a staggering variety and profusion of wildlife. Our time here will be spent visiting rookeries home to thousands of King, Macaroni and Rockhopper penguins. From here we continue our voyage to explore the western flanks of the Antarctic Peninsula. With ample time for shore excursions to visit scientific stations and historic sites, walk among wildlife and savour the surreal landscapes of the world's most pristine wilderness, this voyage aboard the state-of-the-art new vessel Greg Mortimer will be one to remember.


20 breakfasts, 18 lunches and 19 dinners
Beer, house wine and soft drinks with dinner aboard the ship
One night hotel accommodation in Ushuaia pre voyage (twin share)
Half day city tour in Ushuaia on Day 2 prior to embarkation
Comfortable cabin accommodation and use of all public areas on cruise
Specialist expedition staff
All sightseeing and shore excursions from the ship including the use of Zodiacs
Lectures, videos, slide and film shows and guide services
Medical services. There is a resident medical officer and infirmary on board
Port taxes and port charges imposed by government authorities
Pre-departure information
Complimentary Polar Expedition Jacket
Keepsake Photo Book (one per booking) created from photography taken during your voyage
Falkland Islands, Port Stanley and the magnificent South Georgia
Spot elusive macaroni penguins, and endemic flightless steamer ducks in the Falklands-Maldives.
See King penguins in huge colonies on South Georgia
Historic sites, including Shackleton's last resting place
Spectacular mountains rising directly out of the sea
The most accessible and wildlife-rich part of Antarctica - penguins, whales, seals, sea birds
Icebergs and active glaciers
Kayak through Antarctic waters (optional charge applies)
Re-enact Shackleton's crossing of South Georgia on ski's (optional charge applies)
Tour Provider World Expeditions
Number of Days
Price From
AUD $19,800
Start Location
Ushuaia, Antarctica
End Location
Age Range
Avg. 30+
Group Size
1 to 120
Tour Style
Tour Themes
Polar, Small Marine/Cruise
Physical Rating
Tour departure dates
09 Nov 202029 Nov 2020AvailableAUD $19,800
Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctic Odyssey aboard the Greg Mortimer