Discover our New 2024-25 Sea Voyages

Our new collection of boutique expeditions to Antarctica, Sub-Antarctica, and Patagonia & Chilean Fjords.

2024-25 Season Expeditions Revealed

As specialists in small-ship Antarctic expeditions, we provide you with boutique on board accommodations and intimate adventure experiences for an unmatched exploration of the last continent.

Explore Our Itineraries

Antarctica21 operates Fly & Cruise Expeditions to Antarctica and Sea Voyages to the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), South Georgia, and 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.

Classic Antarctica Air-Cruise

Polar Circle Air-Cruise

Antarctica & South Georgia Air-Cruise

Antarctica Express Air-Cruise

Patagonia & Chilean Fjords

Falklands (Malvinas) & South Georgia

Falklands (Malvinas), South Georgia & Antarctica

Sail on a Small Ship

When traveling to Antarctica, there are several Antarctica ship options to consider: small, medium, or large ships. Learn more about how to choose the best ship for your Antarctic expedition.

Create Your Perfect Antarctic Expedition

When planning the ultimate trip to the Last Continent, there are many options to weigh and factors to consider for the best Antarctic expedition. We have compiled a list of 10 steps to help you craft your perfect Antarctic expedition cruise.

An Insider’s View to Antarctica

As the next Antarctic season draws near, we asked some of our expert polar guides and team members why they are looking forward to when returning to Antarctica. Read the response!

Our Fleet

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For our direct Antarctica flights, we operate high-wing aircraft with short runway requirements, making our planes particularly suited for landings in Antarctica.

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Ocean Nova

Sturdy and nimble, this ship was built to sail the ice-choked waters of Greenland and is ideally suited for Antarctic expeditions.

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Magellan Explorer

Featuring a modern design and innovative technologies, this expedition vessel was custom-built for our Antarctic air-cruises.

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Sail & Save on Ocean Nova

Our guests reach Antarctica quickly by flight and cruise through icy and magical landscapes.

Sail on Ocean Nova and save $2,000 per person on select Classic Antarctica Air-Cruise departures, our most popular expedition. Book now to secure an exclusive Antarctic Travel Credit!

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Next Steps

We will be happy to assist you in planning your Antarctic expedition with us.

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’’Expedition leader and staff more than exceeded my expectations – so qualified, intelligent, passionate and patient. By the end of our few days, they felt like old friends. I’ll really miss them and the environment they created for me and my family.’’

Lucy M. – Traveler from USA

Classic Antarctica Expedition, December 2021


‘’Hoping to return again in 2023-2025. Truly mesmerizing, absolute joy – life-changing experience.’’

Ryan B – Traveler from USA

Classic Antarctica Expedition, December 2021


‘’An outstanding experience made possible by everyone involved. Would and will recommend A21 to friends and family.’’

Kevin T. – Traveler from USA

Classic Antarctica Expedition, December 2021

Antarctica21 In the News

Vacations & Travel - January 2023

Antarctica in under two hours? Yes, you can!

Reach the White Continent in two hours by air then cruise the majestic Peninsula of Antarctica. Sound too easy to be true? Read on.

Ever dreamed of gliding through Antarctica’s glassy waters on a sea kayak surrounded by the wildlife of the White Continent with towering icebergs in the distance? See seals, whales, and myriad sea birds in their natural icy habitat as the crisp air kisses your cheeks. Breathe in the lightly salted air and be captivated by the still peacefulness of one of the most remote parts of the world.