Trip Packages, Promotions & Adventure Activities

View our current promotions and complete your Antarctic itinerary with one of our trip packages and adventure activities.

Promotions

2025-26 Air-Cruise Early Booking Promotion

Secure your spot early and enjoy a substantial saving! Benefit from a $2,000 USD reduction per person on selected Classic Antarctica Air-Cruises for the 2025-26 season. Embark on our signature expedition aboard the Magellan Explorer or Ocean Nova. Experience an intimate small-ship journey guided by top-notch experts amidst Antarctica’s stunning landscapes and unique wildlife.

Reserve your once-in-a-lifetime adventure now. Special promotional rates begin at just $9,495 USD.

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2024-25 Antarctic Travel Credit Promotion

Stop dreaming about Antarctica and start planning your trip! The Antarctic Travel Credit will help you do just that. This offer saves you up to $1,500 USD per person across selected departures during our 2024-25 season.

Set sail on one of our boutique vessels on a Classic Antarctica fly & sail expedition. Enjoy a small-ship adventure with access to world-class guides, incredible wildlife, and all the beauty of Antarctica.

Book your trip of a lifetime. Promotional rates start at $9,995 per person for new bookings confirmed by March 29, 2024.

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Sea Voyage: 2024-25 Early Booking Promotion

For our new 2024-25 Antarctic & Sub-Antarctic Sea Voyage season, we have a limited availability promotion. To take advantage of this benefit, book before March 29, 2024!

Promotional rates start at $4,995 per person.

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Extra Services

Expedition Packages

Complete your air-cruise booking with an expedition package. This includes details for all our additional services and adventure activities in Antarctica.

– Pre & Post-Expedition Hotel & Transfer Packages
– Single Hotel Supplement
– Extra Hotel Nights
– Sea Kayaking
– Hiking & Snowshoeing in Antarctica

– Dedicated group airport transfers
– One night hotel accommodation
– Breakfast
– A drink voucher

– Dedicated group airport transfers
– One night hotel accommodation
– Breakfast
– A drink voucher

We recommend booking at the time of reservation to guarantee program availability, however, the Hiking & Snowshoeing in Antarctica can be booked on board the ship during your expedition.

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Sea Kayaking

Our Sea Kayaking program is an exclusive experience under the guidance and leadership of an experienced Kayak Master, who takes our guests on a sea journey through icy waters while observing massive glaciers and aquatic wildlife.

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What equipment is provided?

• Double or single kayak
• An adjustable paddle
• Top-quality dry suit
• Booties, pogies and warm hat
• Spray skirt and life vest

What equipment should I bring?

• Thermal under layer
• Comfortable pants and few crew neck tops
• Two pairs of waterproof gloves
• Thermal socks
• Warm hat and neck gaiter

Participants join the program at the beginning of their expedition. They attend a briefing and training session to review the operating procedures and the equipment. Each excursion unfolds based on the local conditions and the skill level of the group. When possible and desirable, during the excursion some time is also spent exploring on land.

On a 5-point scale, the average difficulty level is usually between 2 and 3 depending on the excursion. The program offers multiple extended, non-strenuous excursions. It involves physical exercise, potentially on challenging sea conditions and uneven terrain. Participants must have previous kayaking experience and must be able to swim.

The Antarctic and sub-Antarctic environments present special challenges. In the interest of safety, the Sea Kayaking Program operates only as a group activity guided by an experienced Kayak Master and supported by a safety Zodiac. Independent excursions are not possible.

Kayaking requires fitted equipment and special preparation. The group program offers progressive skill development that can only take place with participation in the full program. For these reasons, it is not possible to try kayaking only once or twice. Participants can opt-out of an excursion (to spend more time at a landing site, for example) if they wish.

The maximum group size is 10 kayakers.

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Hiking & Snowshoeing in Antarctica

A Hiking and Snowshoeing Guide leads a small group of adventurers who wish to explore further while on land as they gain elevation and explore the landscape.

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What equipment is provided?

• Light-weight adjustable walking poles
• Adjustable snowshoes (when required)

What equipment should I bring?

• Thermal socks and underwear
• Several zip-up top layers
• Waterproof pants and jackets
• Waterproof gloves, warm hat, scarf
• Sunglasses and sunscreen

Participants can book and join the excursion aboard the ship. Multiple excursion options are offered on each departure, based on interest and subject to weather conditions. Participants attend a briefing and training session to review the operating procedures and the equipment. Depending on the conditions of the terrain, some excursions may require the use of snowshoes and/or trekking poles, which are provided by Antarctica21. Each excursion unfolds based on the local conditions and the fitness level of the group.

The excursion involves physical exercise, potentially on challenging and uneven terrain. It can be strenuous at times.

To take part in the Hiking and Snowshoeing excursion you do not need previous experience. However, snowshoeing or hiking on snow-covered terrain can be a strenuous activity so your level of physical fitness should be good. For your safety, the Hiking and Snowshoeing Guide may ask you to perform a trial to test your fitness level.

Before starting your expedition, you must visit a doctor for a medical check-up to ensure that you are fit to participate in the Hiking and Snowshoeing excursion. We will assume that you have done so and that you will be advised against participation in the activity should there be any health concerns. You are required to have medical and travel insurance.

The Antarctic environment presents special challenges. In the interest of safety, the Hiking and Snowshoeing excursions operate only as group activities guided by an experienced Hiking and Snowshoeing Guide. Independent excursions are not possible. However, you can rent snowshoes and/or poles from the gift shop. In this case, you will be limited to exploring the landing site area defined as safe by the Expedition Team.

The minimum age for participation is 12 years.

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Antarctica is like no other place on Earth and we invite you to explore it with us. Complete this short form to receive a customized quote from our team and start planning your Antarctic air-cruise today!