"Discover the magnificent scenery of the Antarctic Peninsula and its abundant summer wildlife of seals, penguins and whales."
The MS Fram is the perfect ship to navigate you through such incredible landscapes, allowing you to get up close and personal with nature.
Join Hurtigruetn and take bird watching to a whole new level. Travel to Antarctica, the coldest, driest, and windiest continent on earth for a close encounter with its wildlife. Early Antarctic explorers actually thought penguins were fish and classified them accordingly. Come ashore for a close-up look at penguin colonies, modern research facilities and historic sites. Enjoy lectures, special hikes, kayaking and take the opportunity to spend the night in a tent on land.
Your voyage departs from the Island of Tierra del Fuego and the southernmost city in the world – Ushuaia.
The Drake Passage is where the Atlantic and Pacific meet the Great Southern Ocean to create the Antarctic Convergence.
The continent is an endless white wilderness full of fantastic vistas of nature.
With your bow pointed north and unforgettable images and experiences in your souls, you are invited to gain a new
Argentina’s charming and proud capital welcomes you back from your voyage of discovery and bids you a safe journey home!
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