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King George Island to King George Island

Jan - Feb 2023
Nov - Dec 2023

07 Days / 06 Nights

Few people choose to fly to Antarctica. Now it's your turn to be one of that legendary numbers. Join Silver Endeavour just two hours from Punta Arenas and set sail for the time of your life! This luxurious option is designated for people who appreciate comforts as much as the creatures that make the destination so amazing. Be a groundbreaker and take the fear out of Antarctic exploration.

Itinerary in a Nutshell

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Ports

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Country

Silver Endeavour

Expedition Cruise

Routes
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Antarctica: King George Island - Antarctic Peninsula - Antarctic Sound - South Shetland Island

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Day 01  |  King George Island

King George Island, the largest of the South Shetland Islands, serves as the main entry point to Antarctica. It is the only airport in the South Shetlands and is only 120 kilometers from the Antarctic Peninsula, making it the link between "normal life" and "Antarctic life." Despite the fact that 90% of the island is covered in snow and ice, more than ten countries maintain permanent or seasonal scientific research stations there.

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Day 02  |  Antarctic Sound

Few journeys excite the imagination like one to the planet's most distant, extreme, and captivating region, Antarctica. Only a few will ever see the breathtaking magnificence of these monochrome landscapes. The Antarctic Sound is one of your first experiences of this pristine country, located at the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, which sprawls like a tentacle towards Tierra del Fuego, South America's most southerly point, also known as the 'End of the World' The Sound takes its name from the first ship to risk the tunnel between the peninsular and Joinville Island groups in 1902.

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Day 03-05  |  Antarctic Peninsula

The Antarctic Peninsula unfolds toward South America, tempting adventurers to explore this wild zone. The Antarctic Peninsula lies 620 miles from Tierra del Fuego and gives a breathtaking first taste of Earth's least-explored continent. Unseen by mankind until 1820, this voyage will make your hair stand on end as you experience the unknown and incredible. The enormous peninsula is dotted with research bases at the forefront of human scientific endeavor, studying and understanding this unique ecosystem, its animals, and the influence people are having on this pristine continent. See cathedral-sized icebergs and blue-hued glaciers in Hope Bay.

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Day 06  |  South Shetland Islands

The ice-covered Antarctic Peninsula is 480 miles from South America, across Drakes Passage. South Shetland Islands lie at the northwestern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, separated by Bransfield Strait. The Antarctic Treaty suspends claims on their sovereignty. Several countries maintain research bases on these islands, which sometimes feel congested with elephant seals, Gentoo, Chinstrap, and Adelie Penguins.

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Day 07  |  King George Island

King George Island, the largest of the South Shetland Islands, serves as the main entry point to Antarctica. It is the only airport in the South Shetlands and is only 120 kilometers from the Antarctic Peninsula, making it the link between "normal life" and "Antarctic life." Despite the fact that 90% of the island is covered in snow and ice, more than ten countries maintain permanent or seasonal scientific research stations there.

The Fleet

For more routes and detailed journey programs, please contact TRUVI team.

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