Antarctica - Highlights of the Frozen Continent

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    Hurtigruten

    Hurtigruten, a world leader in exploration travel, has the longest history and strongest legacy in polar waters, drawing on more than 125 years of pioneering experience. We are an exploration company in every sense of the word, and proud to offer you the opportunity to travel with meaning.


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    Antarctica - Highlights of the Frozen Continent

    Video: Antarctica cruise with Hurtigruten (MS Midnatsol)

    All In Price: $9,853.00

    Features & Benefits: 

    • Five days exploring 22 possible sites on the Antarctic Peninsula.
    • Departure dates to spend a truly White Christmas or New Year in Antarctica.
    • January in Antarctica has the warmest weather and hatching penguin chicks.
    • Inclusive lectures.
    • On-board Science Center, and Citizen Science program.

    Photo: Hike in the snow in Orne Harbor, Antarctica

    Itinerary:

    Photo: Itinerary map of The Antarctica - Highlights of the Frozen Continent

    Day 1 - Buenos Aires - Hotel

    Arrive in Buenos Aires. Un-escorted overnight in Buenos Aires. Guests can explore the capital of Argentina with its colourful neighbourhoods and beautiful parks. Temperature range Nov-Jan: 62 – 84°F Included: One-night bed and breakfast at a centrally located three-star hotel

    Day 2 - Buenos Aires/Ushuaia - Flight & Embarkation Fly to Ushuaia and embark the ship. Transfer from the hotel to the airport for an early morning flight to Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world and where MS Fridtjof Nansen awaits. Once aboard the ship, guests join a mandatory safety drill before the Captain’s introduction and welcome dinner. Temperature range Nov-Jan: 38 – 58°F Included transfers and flight: Transfer from hotel to Buenos Aires airport Flight in coach class from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia Transfer from Ushuaia airport to the ship


    Photo: Sea lions at Beagle Channel, Ushuaia

    Day 3-4 - Drake Passage - At sea Sail the Drake Passage to Antarctica. The Drake Passage connects the Atlantic, Pacific, and Southern Oceans and is the shortest crossing to Antarctica. It is also nicknamed the ‘Drake Shake’ when the seas are stormy or the ‘Drake Lake’ when the waters are still. While at sea, and provided conditions are calm, guests may be able to sight whales, dolphins, and sea birds such as albatrosses and petrels. Join lectures and watch films about Antarctica in the Science Center or spend time enjoying the ship’s infinity pool, hot tubs, gym, and Wellness Center.

    Day 5-9 - Explore Antarctica - Antarctica Excursion between the icebergs, Antarctica

    Day 10-11 - Drake Passage - At sea Sail the Drake Passage back to Ushuaia As we return to open water, guests will have time to learn more in the Science Center, attend lectures, enjoy the ship’s infinity pool, hot tubs, gym, and Wellness Center, or just relax while bird and whale watching out on deck.

    Day 12 - Ushuaia/Buenos Aires - Disembarkation & Flight Arrive in Ushuaia, disembark the ship, and fly back to Buenos Aires It’s time to return home via Ushuaia and Buenos Aires. Guests can extend their trip with a choice of excursions or a post-voyage program. Included transfers and flight: Transfer from the ship to Ushuaia airport Flight in coach class from Ushuaia to Buenos Aires


    Photo: Excursion between the icebergs, Antarctica

    Add on details:

    • Extend Your Cruise - Optional Excursions:
    • Buenos Aires - Pre-cruise Land Adventure Wild Patagonia 20/21
    • Ushuaia - Pre-excursion: Tierra del Fuego National Park
    • Buenos Aires City Tour (20/21)
    • Buenos Aires Pre-excursion: Trendy Buenos Aires
    • Buenos Aires - Post-cruise Land Adventure Iguazu Falls
    • Ushuaia - Scenic drive and hiking at the end of the world (20/21)
    • Buenos Aires Post-excursion: Dinner & Tango Show
    • Buenos Aires Post-excursion: Tigre Delta Tour
    • Buenos Aires – Estancia Santa Susana


    Photo: Ushuaia before embarking on MS Fram

    Be apart of this breathtaking journey! Book today...Offer expires June 5, 2020

    Terms & Conditions: Required information to confirm a cabin: Group ID, full family name as per passport, date of birth, sex, and nationality. If cabins other than doubles are required, these must be requested as soon as you receive the enquiry, due to heavy demand. Single, triple and quad occupancy: Hurtigruten reserves the right to decline the sale of a stateroom for less than its stated capacity. All single, triple and quad cabins are by request only and cannot be confirmed without passenger names. Rooms other than those mentioned above: Room categories other than those in this agreement cannot be requested without confirmation with passenger names. Fuel surcharge: The above package rates are based on Hurtigruten’s current projections for the cost of fuel. Hurtigruten reserves the right to add a fuel surcharge to the above prices. Passengers will be charged the cruise fuel surcharge in effect at the time names are received by Hurtigruten. Name changes, if allowed, are subject to the cruise fuel surcharge in effect at the time of change. The cruise fuel surcharge is subject to implementation or increase without notice, but passenger names which have been reported to Hurtigruten as sold are protected from increase. Name changes: All name changes are on a request basis and must be approved by Hurtigruten. If received within one month of the voyage, there will be a charge of $75 per person for name changes (excluding tour conductor names or legal name changes). Hurtigruten reserves the right to treat a name change request as a cancellation and a new booking. In this case, the cancellation charges detailed in this letter will apply. Cancellation charges: All cancellations must be received in writing and receipt will be acknowledged by Hurtigruten. If you do not receive a written acknowledgement from Hurtigruten, it means your notice of cancellation was not received. No refund will be made for cancellations received within 60 days of sailing, no shows, or for guests who do not complete their cruise. Cancellation charges are calculated based on total fares paid to Hurtigruten for all trip components. No refund will be made for passengers who do not show up for the cruise or who do not complete their cruise. Cancellation charges will apply notwithstanding that the company is able to rebook the cabin in question. The passenger must submit a claim for refund, in writing, within 20 days of the actual termination date of the voyage in question, failing which the refund claim shall be barred. Partial cancellation will result in the application of the above penalties to the persons who have cancelled and the remaining passengers being charged the applicable prices for the revised number of passengers in the cabin. Payment requirements: A deposit of 20% is required for each cabin within 7 days of Hurtigruten receiving passenger names. Passenger names received by Hurtigruten are considered sold and subject to cancellation charges outlined below, regardless if payment has been received. Final payment is due 180 days prior to the tour start date for all guests. Group passenger payments may be made by credit card (American Express, MasterCard, or VISA), check, or wire transfer. All credit card payments must be for the gross amount. In the case of credit cards, please note that Hurtigruten is a Norwegian company and payments are processed in Norway. Even though payment processing is in USD, some credit card companies may charge a foreign transaction fee. These fees are strictly a revenue source for the credit card companies and Hurtigruten does not receive any portion or benefit from these fees. Please check with your credit card company to find out if they charge fees on USD transactions processed outside of the USA. Not all credit card companies charge these fees. If your credit card company does charge a fee, you can pay by check in USD in order to avoid it.

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