This is a truly exciting and varied expedition cruise that combines the highlights of Antarctica, the stunning Chilean fjords, and the rich natural beauty of Patagonia. Our expert expedition team will take you out ice-cruising and on landings to get close to wildlife at every opportunity.
19 days


The Great White Continent of Antarctica

As the early explorers learned, Antarctica never fails to amaze and astound. The mighty frozen vistas, stunning glaciers and rich wildlife make your expedition cruise to Antarctica an unforgettable adventure.

Nature is in complete control on Antarctica. We will attempt landings on several sites in the South Shetlands and Antarctic Peninsula to show you the incredible diversity of landscapes and rich wildlife in this pristine wilderness.

Ice-cruising, Landings and Exciting Activities

Our expedition team is comprised of skilled professionals who will take you ice-cruising and on landings for exciting activities whenever conditions allow.

There may also be chances to kayak and hike in stunning surroundings, or even camp out on the most remote continent on Earth.

Onboard our comfortable hybrid-powered expedition ship, you can enjoy expert talks about Antarctica’s rich history and fascinating biology, wildlife photography, geology and more.

Cape Horn, Chilean Fjords & Patagonian Beauty

On our way back to civilization, we may land at famed Cape Horn. Then, we sail on to the fjords of Chile to discover the remote beauty of Patagonia. We continue our expedition cruise along the vast, rugged and beautiful Chilean coastline before the voyage ends in colorful Valparaíso.



EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR AN ADVENTURE

ENGAGING ONBOARD ACTIVITIES AND EDUCATION

PREMIUM ONBOARD COMFORT


This is an expedition where the elements rule, and the weather, wind and ice conditions determine our final schedule. Safety is paramount, and the captain decides the sailing itinerary during the voyage. This itinerary is just an indication of what you can experience, and why every expedition with Hurtigruten is unique.