Antarctica special: twin cabins at quadruple cabin rates!

Valid Until: Friday, November 1, 2019

Antarctica special: twin cabins at quadruple cabin rates!

You can now book twin porthole cabins for the price of a quadruple on two of our upcoming M/V Ortelius Antarctica voyages. See the summaries below for all the various wildlife, landscape, and activity options you can enjoy on these exhilarating expedition cruises.

Antarctica Basecamp Expedition

Antarctica Basecamp
(Nov 3 – 14)

Oceanwide’s signature Basecamp cruises are centered on invigorating outdoors activities, thoroughly immersing you in the otherworldly Antarctic environment.

You may make landings at iconic locations like Neumayer Channel, where you can enjoy hiking and mountaineering; Port Lockroy, partaking in a kayak or snowshoe outing; and Paradise Bay, where you have the chance to set camp and sleep under the Southern Hemisphere skies.

Humpback whales, minke whales, leopard seals, gentoo penguins, Adélie penguins, blue-eyed shags, and a variety of other rare seabirds may be spotted during this program. [ learn more ]


Weddell Sea - In Search of the Emperor Penguin, incl. Helicopters

Weddell Sea - In Search of the Emperor Penguin, incl. Helicopters
(Nov 14 – 24)

An expedition cruise focused on viewing Antarctica’s beloved emperor penguin, this explorative Weddell Sea voyage also employs two helicopters staged on board Ortelius to reach areas otherwise inaccessible.

Such areas include Duse Bay and maybe even Snow Hill Island, where for the past two years we’ve been able to take passengers to the island’s rarely visited emperor colony.

Other sites you may visit are Seymour Island, Devil Island, Gourdin Island, and Brown Bluff, possibly spotting whales, seals, chinstrap penguins, Adélie penguins, gentoo penguins, snow petrels, and all the other endearing seabirds south of the Antarctic Convergence. [ learn more ]


Contact Lost World Adventures for more information or to book now.

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Valid Until:Friday, November 1, 2019

Please note: All details are dependent on local weather and wildlife conditions.

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Memorize your passport number, as you will likely be asked for it on numerous occasions throughout your adventure.
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