Spirit of Shackleton Polar Cruise
Antarctic Peninsula & Antarctic, S Georgia, Polar, 22 days - from £8,395 (land only) - from €10,500 (land only) - from $14,700 (land only)
Free Yukon PHD Jacket
For an added extra, exclusive to KE, when you book with us you receive a quality Yukon PHD down jacket worth £284.
- Experience the best of Antarctica on this complete tour
- Spend 2 days in the Falkland Islands
- 3 full days exploring Shackleton`s South Georgia
- See penguins, whales and seabirds from the ship
- Zodiac trips to shore, kayak excursions, camping option!
Experience vast penguin rookeries and seal colonies on this awe-inspiring holiday cruise with a difference, to Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falkland Islands. This 21-day voyage illuminates Shackleton's legend and recounts his courageous exploration of Antarctica. You'll visit historical sites of past explorers, as well as Shackleton's final resting place-the wildlife rich island of South Georgia. Antarctica is beyond comprehension and sure to amaze any traveller seeking a true adventure to the world's most remote wilderness.
Explore International. This is one of our Explore International holidays. Participants on these trips can book through KE or through one of our international partners. This helps us to gather together sufficient numbers of like-minded adventurers to get your holiday up and running quickly. Led by an English-speaking guide, the cosmopolitan nature of these groups can be an important part of the experience!
Is this holiday for you?
This is principally a touring, sightseeing and wildlife viewing holiday, with minimal exertion required. If you choose to go ashore, you will need to make the transfers from the ship to a Zodiac and onto land. Short walks The Falklands, South Georgia and on the Antarctic Peninsula are optional and weather dependent. You should also consider that some of the classes of accommodation involve the use of bunk-beds. Whilst on deck or during excursions, you need to be prepared for cold temperatures. The itinerary remains flexible, according to the variability of the weather and sea conditions at these southerly latitudes.