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✥ Return flights from London Heathrow

Regional flights available at a supplement

✥ All private transfers

✥ One night's 4-star B&B hotel stay in

Santiago, Chile or Buenos Aires, Argentina

✥ 22 nights' five-star full-board cruise

onboard ms Zaandam

Explore the southernmost corners of the world on this scenery rich Antarctic adventure taking you through South America

to the White Continent and back. This voyage offers a bespoke holiday to some of the most exotic cruise destinations

on offer combined with one of the most remote areas of the world. Discover the passion fuelled cities of Buenos Aires,

Montevideo, Santiago and more where cultural treasures, captivating landscapes and tantalising cuisines are all on

the agenda. Cruising ever further south, you will find yourself encircled in a landscape of snow and ice in every direction,

slowly navigating the iceberg-dotted waters of the Antarctic. From here you will get the chance to venture where few

have ever been before, seeing incredible sights such as the 6,500 pairs of gentoo penguins (the largest known colony

in the world).

Date Interior Oceanview Suite

15 Dec 2018 £4229 £4489 £6889

6 Jan 2019* £3699 £3899 £6749

28 Jan 2019 £3499 £3889 £6479

*Itinerary varies and operates in reverse.


San Antonio (Santiago) - Puerto Montt, Chile - Castro,

Isla Chiloe, Chile - Puerto Chacabuco, Chile - Chilean

Fjords (scenic cruising) - Amalia or Brujo Glacier (scenic

cruising) & Canal Sarmiento (scenic cruising) - Strait

of Magellan (scenic cruising) - Punta Arenas, Chile -

Cockburn Channel & Beagle Channel (scenic cruising)

- Glacier Alley (scenic cruising) & Ushuaia (Tierra del

Fuego), Argentina - Cape Horn & Drake Passage (scenic

cruising) - Antarctic Experience (four nights) - Port

Stanley, Falkland Islands - Puerto Madryn, Argentina

- Montevideo, Uruguay - Buenos Aires, Argentina

(overnight in port) - Buenos Aires, Argentina



After a day and a half crossing the Drake Passage, which

separates South America from Antarctica, your Holland

America ship will arrive at the White Continent. On your

Antarctic Expedition you will sail through the bays and islands

of the Palmer Archipelago, off the northern tip of the long

Antarctic Peninsula, which reaches out toward South America.

The surroundings are hauntingly quiet as well, an aspect of

the continent that comes as a surprise to many first-time

visitors. Along the way, the ship's naturalists will point out

the birds-terns, petrels, and gulls-found on the coast and

on small islets at stops like Dallmann Bay. As you pass dark,

rocky Cuverville Island, you'll see some of the 6,500 pairs

of gentoo penguins that make their home there, the largest

known colony in the world. Continuing on to Paradise Harbor,

you'll have a chance to observe not only gentoo and chinstrap

penguins but possibly humans as well: Both Argentina and

Chile have manned research stations here.


ms Zaandam • 25 Nights • December 2018-January 2019 • Prices from £3499pp


Call now to book: 0800 082 2170 or visit


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