The program includes flying to and from Antarctica by air, and cruising by ship along the Antarctic Peninsula.
Round-trip flights from Punta Arenas eliminate the time-consuming, and often rough, ship crossing of the Drake Passage, thereby making the most of your time in Antarctica.
Available Departures (Updated 8/7/2019-not guaranteed)
01 Owners Suite $23,995.00 per person
02 Penthouse Suites $20,995.00 per person
02 Single cabins $21,495 per person
08 Twin cabins $14,995 per person
03 Single cabins $21,495 per person
03 Twin cabins $14,995 per person
02 Triple Cabins $12,995 per person
01 Single cabin $21,495 per person
14 Twin cabins $14,995 per person
02 Triple cabins $12,995 per person
04 Grand Suites $26,995 per person
Total 8 berths and 02 kayak spots
04 Grand Suites $26,995 per person
Lost World Adventures itineraries can be tailor-made according to your plans and preferences: budget, hotel selections, travel dates, optional excursions, length of trip, etc.
Jumping over Cape Horn and the mythical waters of the Drake Passage, this cruise takes you to one of the most spectacular places on earth, the coldest, highest, windiest, driest, and remotest continent - Antarctica.
Upon arrival at the Punta Arenas Airport, you are welcomed by cruise staff and transferred to your hotel.
In the afternoon, you attend a briefing that provides important about your upcoming voyage and reviews the essential guidelines for Antarctic visitors. Later, gather for a welcome dinner and meet your fellow adventurers while enjoying a typical regional menu.
All meals and guided excursions are included.
Your Antarctic adventure begins with a two-hour flight from Punta Arenas to King George Island, in the South Shetland Islands. As you exit the airplane, the clear Antarctic air fills your lungs for the first time.
Explore the area surrounding Chile’s Frei Station and Russia’s Bellingshausen station, before boarding a Zodiac to embark your expedition vessel - the Ocean Nova or the Hebridean Sky.
Ocean Nova is a modern and comfortable vessel. She was built in Denmark in 1992 to sail the ice-choked waters of Greenland, and her ice-strengthened hull is ideally suited for expedition travel in Antarctica. Ocean Nova has capacity for 68 passengers accommodated in comfortable outside cabins, all with private facilities, including dedicated single, twin and triple cabins.
The Hebridean Sky, formerly called Sea Explorer, is a small, all-suite expedition vessel. She was built in 1992 and refurbished in 2005. In 2016 the ship underwent an extensive, multi-million dollar renovation that transformed her into one of the finest small-ships in the world.
Hebridean Sky offers an exclusive and stylish base for adventurous exploration in Antarctica. Public areas include “The Club” lounge, a Library, a presentation lounge with audio-visual facilities, a dining room, an outdoor cafe, an exercise room, a medical clinic, a wraparound deck, and an elevator serving all passenger decks.
The ship has a fleet of 10 Zodiac boats. Suites in all eight categories are spacious, with premium appointments throughout. Each Suite features a sitting area, a private bathroom, a picture window and two twin beds that, upon request, can be joined to form a queen-size bed. A number of suites also include private balconies.
Cruise between the South Shetland Islands and the western coast of the Antarctic Peninsula, sailing along ice-filled fjords and among spectacular icebergs, while enjoying the company of sea birds, penguins, seals and whales. Each day, disembark by Zodiac and explore the landscape together with expert polar guides.
On board the ship, attend an engaging program of lectures and presentations, and enjoy spectacular vistas from the glass-enclosed lounge while sharing your daily adventures with fellow guests. No journey is the same as flexibility is the key to success in Antarctica. The Expedition Team sets the voyage route to take advantage of the ever-changing opportunities provided by nature, crafting a unique and extraordinary experience each time.
While the exact itinerary changes with each expedition, you will explore several spots that offer the best possible overview of the varied Antarctic environment. Your voyage may include visits to sites such as Paulet Island, Hope Bay, Port Lockroy, Petermann Island, Paradise Bay, Deception Island, the Lemaire Channel, or many other magnificent places.
Antarctic cruise with daily guided excursions.
Return to King George Island and bid farewell to Antarctica before boarding the flight back to Punta Arenas. Transfer to a Punta Arenas hotel. Overnight (dinner on your own tonight).
Hotel pickup and transfer to the Punta Arenas Airport.
|Price from||$14,995.00 per person, based on double occupancy|
The guides we had and the places we saw and stayed were superlative.
- Bonnie K, Jun 2012