Nordika Travel is proud to offer fantastic expedition like voyages to the Southern Hemisphere with our partner Hurtigruten. Hurtigruten has been offering tours to Antarctica on the specially equipped ship MS Fram for several years. Now they are adding another ship MS Midnatsol, which brings Antarctica polar exploration to all ages. These are affordable, multi-generation friendly, diverse in activity levels, and full of fun and adventure, and Hurtigruten offers solo travelers on the MS Midnatsol the lowest standard single supplement in the Antarctica cruise industry. Check the tour offerings and special offers below, and contact us for further details.
Sort Tours by :
Explore the South Atlantic, Antarctica and Patagonia
17 nights, Departure: October 22, 2017
Starting in Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, on this tour you will visit The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Peninsula Valdés. In Puerto Madryn you can join excursions such as whale watching or hiking. Then we set our course to the Falkland Islands, where we use small boats to go ashore for exploring, hiking, or birdwatching safaris. In Antarctica, you will experience everything from landings in great surroundings to theme days on board. You also get the chance to enjoy field days, kayaking, and exploring the waters and ice in small boats. Returning from Antarctica, we pass Cape Horn, where seafarers had to pass in order to cross from one side of the Americas to the other before the Panama Canal. After traveling through the Chilean fjords we reach Punta Arenas, where the journey ends before your flight home.
Discover Patagonia and Antarctica
15 nights, Departure: December 3, 2017
Starting with an overnight stay at a hotel in Santiago de Chile, you will meet your expedition ship in Punta Arenas. Then the journey south begins, and we sail through the extremely narrow Canal Gabriel and into the Garibaldi Fjord, and witness the mighty Garibaldi Glacier unfolding at the end of the fjord. If the weather is favorable we might go ashore on Cape Horn before crossing the Drake Passage. Sailing into the most remote area of the world, with its endless ocean and continent covered with snow and ice, you will feel like a true explorer. In Antarctica, you will enjoy your days with landings that include visits to the most interesting places, looking at thousands of penguins and seals, and kayaking. Turning back, we will have another opportunity to go ashore in Cape Horn before sailing into the Beagle Channel. We will have another landing in the Chilean fjords before we disembark in Punta Arenas.
Adventure to the Chilean Fjords and Antarctica
November 7 and November 20. 15 days and 14 nights.
Starting with an overnight stay at a hotel in Santiago de Chile, you will meet your expedition ship in Punta Arenas. Then the journey south begins,where we head into the Chilean fjords with its steep mountains and green valleys that flourish with life –and glaciers. If the weather is favorable we might make a landing on Cape Horn before crossing the Drake Passage on our way to Antarctica. Here you will enjoy close encounters with wildlife and glaciers, old whaling stations and its relics, meeting penguins on shore, and watching whales from the deck. If it has proven to be too difficult to land on Cape Horn on our southbound or northbound trip, we will stop at Puerto Williams in the Beagle Channel. Then, there will be another landing in the Chilean fjords before our disembarkation in Punta Arenas.
Wildlife in South Georgia and Icy Antarctica
18 days from October 29, 2017
From $8,198 (see special offer)
Visiting the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and spectacular Antarctica are highlights of this journey. Sailing from cosmopolitan Montevideo, our expedition team gives fascinating lectures to prepare you for exploring remote beaches and kayaking clear-blue waterways among the icebergs. Encounter penguins, whales, seals, and seabirds on this unforgettable voyage.
The Legendary Magellan, Chilean Fjords and Antarctica
18 days December 2017 and January 2018
From $7,226 per person
Starting in the Chilean fjords, we set sail south and spend five full days exploring the highlights of Antarctica, where we greet the hatching penguins and arriving seals and whales. This 18-day wildlife expedition continues to the Falkland Islands, Cape Horn, and back to the wild fjords of Chile before ending in Punta Arenas. Depending on your departure date, you could celebrate Christmas Eve on Cape Horn and the New Year in Antarctica!
The most remote continent on Earth, in Pole position.
No matter where you have been and what you have seen on previous travels: Antarctica is different from anything else you will ever experience.
Our customers love us and so will you
Jeff from California - Jul 30, 2015
Great trip - thanks Bjork.
If I go again (and we might lead a group next summer) I would spend zero time in the "circle" as the crowds kill you. The west fjords, the east fjords and southern Iceland was the best.
Enjoy the imag…