Najważniejsze atrakcje Antarktydy

Z Nowojorskim Klubem Podróżnika zwiedziliśmy wszystkie kontynenty świata z wyjątkiem Antarktydy. Podróż na Antarktydę porównać można do podróży na koniec świata. Antarktyda, to jedyny na świecie kontynent, który nie posiada ani jednego państwa na swoim terytorium. Niemal w całości pokryta jest ogromną czapą lodową. Kontynent jest zarazem najwyżej położonym, najbardziej wietrznym i najzimniejszym miejscem na całej ziemi.

Pomimo tych cech, wielu ludzi marzy o tym, żeby zobaczyć tę bajkową krainę. Jest to marzenie wielu podróżników z Nowojorskiego Klubu Podróżnika. Głównie cena stoi na przeszkodzie zrealizowania tych marzeń. Waha się ona od 11 do 15 tysięcy dolarów. Warto spróbować zrealizować to marzenie. Styczeń to najlepszy termin na wyjazd i najdroższy. W listopadzie wyjazd byłby tańszy około 20%.  

Gdy znajdzie się chociaż kilka osób chętnych na to możemy spróbować zorganizować wyjazd. Wyprawę zorganizowałaby dla nas chińska agencja, która wiele razy organizowała dla nas podróże w najodleglejsze zakątki świata. Zawsze przygotowywała dla nas ciekawe wyjazdy i to po atrakcyjnych cenach.

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Highlights of Antarctica

Day 1: New York – Buenos Aires

An overnight stay in Buenos Aires is the ideal way to start your Antarctic adventure. This city is a sensuous fusion of faded European splendor and Latin American panache. There are plenty of places to explore, including many parrillas serving deliciously authentic Argentine steak. Or maybe practice your dancing moves in the famous hometown of tango.

Day 2: Ushuaia

Your adventure begins with an early morning flight to Ushuaia, where we’ll meet our hybrid powered expedition ship, MS Fridtjof Nansen. This bustling port is the capital of Argentina’s Tierra del Fuego province. Set against the magnificent backdrop of the Martial Glacier, Ushuaia vies for the title of the world’s southernmost city.

Days 3-4: Drake Passage

As we cross through the Drake Passage, the Expedition Team will equip you with all you need to make the most of your polar expedition. Visit the onboard Science Center and find out what lies ahead. Listen to experts talk passionately about Antarctica’s history, the science beneath the ice, and the impact of climate change and plastic pollution.

Days 5-9: Antarctica

Surrounded by looming glaciers, and icebergs the size of floating cathedrals, Antarctica will fill you with wonder. Perhaps the most surprising part of Antarctica is the silence. It’s a stillness that’s broken every so often by the locals—the wildlife. Whales begin to arrive in greater numbers by December and January. This is also when the first penguin chicks hatch and seeing the clumsy clumps of feathers run around is always a charming sight. You’ll join the Expedition Team on landings and ice cruises, all included as part of your expedition. You may even get a chance to go kayaking among the icebergs on an optional activity. Back on board, the Expedition Team will continue their lectures, helping you grow in your insights of the frozen continent. Over five magical days, you’ll experience this amazing world in a way that will stay with you for a lifetime.

Days 10-11: Drake Passage

As we cross back through the Drake Passage, now could be a good time to sift through your photos and videos to recapture a sense of Antarctica’s magnitude.

Day 12: Ushuaia- Buenos Aires- New York

Today, we arrive back in Ushuaia. From here, you’ll take your charter flight back to Buenos Aires and New York. You’ll take with you lasting memories of everything you’ve seen and done.

What’s Included in Your Expedition

Hotel: Overnight in Buenos Aires before the expedition cruise, including breakfast

Flights: Flights in economy class between Buenos Aires and Ushuaia

Transfers: Transfer from the hotel in Buenos Aires to the city’s airport before the expedition

Cruise. Transfer from the Ushuaia airport to the ship, including a brief tour of the town

Expedition Cruise: Expedition cruise in a cabin of your choice

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner including beverages (house beer and wine, sodas, and mineral water) in restaurant

Aune and Fredheim

Fine-dining Lindstrom A la carte restaurant is included for suite guests

Complimentary tea and coffee. Complimentary Wi-Fi on board. Be aware that we sail in remote areas with limited connection.

Streaming is not supported. Complimentary reusable water bottle to fill at onboard water refill stations.

English-speaking Expedition Team who organizes and guide activities, both on board and ashore

Range of included activities. Onboard Activities

Experts from the Expedition Team present lectures on a variety of topics

Use the ship’s Science Center, which features an extensive library and advanced biological and geological microscopes.

The Citizen Science program allows guests to contribute to current scientific research.

The onboard professional photographer gives tips and tricks for taking the best landscape and wildlife photos.

The ship has hot tubs, infinity pool, panoramic sauna, outdoor and indoor gyms, and running track.

Participate in informal gatherings with the crew, such as daily recaps and the next day’s preparations. Landing Activities

Escorted landings by small boats (RIBs) while in Antarctica.

Loan of boots, trekking poles, and all equipment needed for the activities.

Complimentary wind- and water-resistant expedition jacket.

Expedition photographers will help configure your camera settings before landings

Not Included in Your Expedition

International flights

Travel insurance. Luggage handling

Optional shore excursions with our local partners

Optional small-group activities with our Expedition Team

Optional treatments in the onboard wellness and spa area


All planned activities are subject to weather and ice conditions.

Excursions and activities are subject to change.

Please ensure you can meet all entry and boarding requirements.

No gratuities are expected.