Last call to join our Circumnavigation of South Georgia expedition! Departing October 22, begin with a brief stop in the Falkland Islands before crossing the Scotia Sea and arriving in South Georgia. You’ll spend seven days exploring the region, known as ‘the Serengeti of the Southern Ocean,’ observing Magellanic, rockhopper, and king penguins, searching for black-browed and light-mantled albatross, and spotting fur, Weddell, and elephant seals. 

You’ll visit Stromness Bay, the site of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s arrival after crossing the island’s glaciers on foot—and you’ll do so one hundred years to the day the Endurance was crushed and subsequently abandoned on October 27, 1915. You’ll also explore Grytviken, the once-active whaling station near which Shackleton is now buried.

And, beyond the region’s incredible wildlife and history, we’ve also eliminated the single supplement in all categories (except suites)! Solo travelers may book a stateroom and pay the double occupancy rate.

Follow in historic footsteps and join our rare, not-to-be-soon-repeated, Circumnavigation of South Georgia—contact us today!


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