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Antarctica is only accessible by tourists from November to March, when the pack ice has broken up, and the 20 hours of sunlight per day brings warmer temperatures.
The best places to visit in Antarctica are South Georgia Island, the Antarctic Peninsula, the Falkland Islands, the South Shetland Islands, and the Weddell Sea.
Since all tours to Antarctica originate in other countries (Chile or Argentina), travelers will need to adhere to the passport/visa requirements of the country of departure and/or disembarkation.
Since all tours to Antarctica originate in other countries (Chile or Argentina), travelers will need to adhere to the vaccination requirements of the country of departure and/or disembarkation.
Depending upon the ship, in addition to wildlife viewing and hiking, the following activities may be available: camping, SCUBA diving, sea kayaking, mountaineering, photo workshop, and snowshoeing.
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Antarctica Cruise Ships
Greg Mortimer / Hondius / Le Boreal / Magellan Explorer / Ocean Nova / Ortelius / Plancius / Sylvia Earle / Ushuaia
Top Antarctica Wildlife
Adélie Penguin / Chinstrap Penguin / Emperor Penguin / Gentoo Penguin / Macaroni Penguin / Crabeater Seal / Elephant Seal / Fur Seal / Leopard Seal / Ross Seal / Weddell Seal / Blue Whale / Fin Whale / Humpback Whale / Killer Whale / Minke Whale / Right Whale / Sei Whale / Sperm Whale
Top Antarctica Travel Destinations
The Antarctic Peninsula / The South Shetland Islands / The Weddell Sea / South Georgia Island / The Falkland Islands