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Launching with our new Antarctic air-cruise 2022/2023 season are our early booking promotions. Enjoy savings up to $2,000 USD off, flexible booking, or preferred seating on our Antarctica Flight.
New Antarctic Air-Cruises 2022 - 2023 Season
We are happy to announce the launch of our 2022/23 Antarctica Air-Cruise Season. Our new season has over 47 wilderness expeditions to Antarctica and beyond!
Worry Free Expedition Travel
Our Health & Safety plan offers evidence-based and sustainable solutions to help ensure your trip is one without worry.
Find Your Expedition
Explore Our Itineraries
Antarctica21 operates Fly & Cruise Expeditions to Antarctica and Sea Voyages to Cape Horn, the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), South Georgia & Antarctica. Our trips are boutique wilderness adventures taking you to Antarctica and beyond. Enjoy small ship experiences that allow you time to explore our remote destinations. Below are our itineraries that you can choose from for a travel experience like no other.
An Insider’s View to Antarctica
As we look forward to traveling to Antarctica again, we sat down with our guides Wendy and Nigel and asked them for their take on setting foot on the 7th continent. Read the full interview today!
Plan Your Trip
We have completed over 200 fly and cruise departures and we bring all that experience to your expedition. Let us help you get started on your journey with our Antarctic travel tips.
A Passion for Antarctica
On every trip, our Antarctica21 team includes at least 12 expert polar guides and their number one priority is ensuring you have an unforgettable experience.
We pioneered the air-cruise to Antarctica and understand all the complexities of ensuring a smooth, safe, enjoyable adventure. Our team has completed many Antarctica air-cruises, and we know the region intimately and love sharing our expertise with guests. What’s more, this destination is our backyard. Our company was founded in Punta Arenas, Chile, the traditional gateway for the first Antarctic explorers, and it remains an ideal base of operations today.