Antarctica, South Georgia and Falklands Odyssey

Travelers: up to 30
21 days
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21 days
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Antarctica, South Georgia & Falklands

Visit penguin rookeries, watch whales breach and scout for seals along the shoreline, with a team of onboard polar experts leading Zodiac excursions through the ice-filled bays and on land.

Days at sea offer comfortable living quarters and services catering for health and wellness, as well as a program of lectures and screenings to enhance your knowledge and appreciation of the area, adding to what really is a once-in-a-lifetime trip to discover the last frontier.

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Highlights

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The optional activities: Explore the water by kayak, sign up for a photography masterclass, rejuvenate with some onboard yoga and a massage, or take a refreshing polar plunge like a true polar explorer.

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The experienced leaders on board have made hundreds of polar voyages between them. They’re experts in marine biology, glaciology and Antarctic history, and they’ll share their knowledge throughout the journey during a comprehensive lecture program.

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Rest assured that footprints are all you’ll leave behind. Your Antarctica expedition is carbon offset, and we serve only sustainably sourced seafood, avoid single-use plastics and use biodegradable and phosphate-free cleaning products.

Itinerary

Ushuaia solo female travelers

Day 1
Ushuaia

Welcome to the port city of Ushuaia for the start of your Antarctic adventure. Upon arrival you will be transferred to the hotel and settle in before meeting your fellow travellers. If you’re arriving earlier there are plenty of activities to choose from. Visit Tierra del Fuego National Park on a full day’s adventure, or perhaps take a walk around town, visiting the waterfront overlooking the Beagle Channel. The Museo Maritimo (Maritime Museum), housed in an old prison, will give you a sense of the city’s history, or enjoy a delectable combination of Argentinean wine and steak at a local restaurant.
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Day 2
Embarkation Day

You will have some time this morning to shop for any last-minute items and take a final look around town before departing in the afternoon. This afternoon, take an included transfer from your hotel to the port and board the Ocean Endeavour. Meet your expert crew and take a tour of the amenities and services available on the ship. In the evening, set off through the Beagle Channel and towards the legendary Drake Passage. Join your shipmates and meet the polar crew this evening for drinks and a Captain’s Welcome. Meals: breakfast (3), lunch (2), dinner (3)

Day 3 - 4
Drake Passage

Spend the next few days traversing the infamous Drake Passage, named after Sir Frances Drake, on your way to the Antarctic Peninsula. While crossing the passage you can get acquainted with the many first-class amenities available on the ship – maybe do a yoga class or brush up on your photography skills in preparation for your arrival. The researchers and scientists traveling with you will begin their onboard lecture program over the next few days.
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Day 5 - 7
Antarctic Peninsula

Set your eyes on the incredible terrain of the world’s most southern land. Get ready for onshore exploration over the next four days, stepping off the ship and into a Zodiac and taking your first steps on the Antarctic Peninsula. There are a number of potential landing sites and the crew will make a decision on which will be visited based on conditions. Enjoy Zodiac rides to get closer to marine life such as whales and seals, onshore exploration at penguin rookeries and optional activities such as snowshoeing and kayaking. Wildlife encounters on the Antarctic Peninsula are likely to include Weddell, crabeater and leopard seals; gentoo, Adelie and chinstrap penguins; and elephant seals. If the weather conditions make an excursion unsafe, the crew will arrange for alternative activities on the ship – such as wildlife presentations, documentary screenings or you can make the most of the wellness spa, heated pool and sauna, library, and gym on board.
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Day 8
Elephant Island

Retracing explorer Ernest Shackleton’s path to South Georgia, look out for seabirds, whales and other wildlife. Listen to sessions from our onboard Antarctic experts and take in the shapes of the seascape from the comfort of your ship. You’ll head towards Elephant Island where, weather permitting, we will make a landing. Elephant Island is where Sir Ernest Shackleton left 24 of his men after being shipwrecked in 1917, then embarked on one of the greatest survival stories of all time on a mission to South Georgia. Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner
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Day 9 - 10
At Sea

Continue following Shackleton’s route across the ocean to South Georgia. Life on board the Ocean Endeavour is a very different experience to that of the explorers at the start of the 20th century. Perhaps take this time to study in the library, take a yoga class or simply watch the ocean go by. Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner
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Day 11 - 14
South Georgia

Over the next few days, explore the island of South Georgia, once the homestead of whalers and isolated explorers but now a protected area with dedicated Antarctic research teams. Over the next few days, you’ll explore a variety of landing sites and areas around South Georgia. While exact excursions can’t be guaranteed due to weather and other conditions, potential visits include the largest king penguin rookery on South Georgia, the old whaling settlement of Grytviken and Drygalski Fjord. Meals: breakfast (4), lunch (4), and dinner (4)
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Day 15 - 16
At Sea

Leave South Georgia and chart a course for the Falkland Islands. From the deck, scan the horizon for seabirds and other wildlife. Prepare for the Falklands by attending the onboard presentation highlighting the dramatic history and wildlife encounters that await. Meals: breakfast (2), lunch (2), dinner (2)

Day 17 - 18
Falkland Islands

The two main islands (East Falkland and West Falkland) have much to offer and provide a rare opportunity to witness the biological diversity, extraordinary scenery and history of the southern islands. The Falklands have the largest black-browed albatross colony in the world and five species of penguin breed on the islands (gentoo, king, macaroni, magellanic and rockhopper). Potential landing sites on the Falkland Islands include the capital of Port Stanley – located on East Falkland Island, penguin breeding grounds and West Point Island. Meals: breakfast (2), lunch (2), and dinner (2)
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Day 19 - 20
At Sea

Cruise towards Ushuaia with time to reflect on the spectacular scenery and the multitude of wildlife you've encountered during the voyage, as well as on the endeavours of legendary explorers like Shackleton. Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner
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Day 21
Disembarkation Day

Disembark in Porto Madryn after breakfast and enjoy an airport transfer included in your ticket price. Meals breakfast

Cabin Types

95 to 105 sq.ft (9-10 sq. m)
Interior location
Private bathroom with hair dryer and bathrobe
Single bed
Television
Located on Deck 5

Approximately 225 sq. ft. (20 sq. m)
Three lower berths
One or two private bathrooms with hair dryer and bathrobes
Television
Interior location
Located on Deck 4
Approximately 95-105sq.ft (9 – 10 sq. m)
Two lower berths
Private bathroom with hair dryer and bathrobes
Interior location
Television
Located on Deck 4
Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m)
Two single beds
Private bathroom with hair dryer and bathrobes
Television
Porthole window* or picture window
*Please note that porthole covers may be closed during sea days or during inclement weather as a safety precaution
Located on Deck 4 or Deck 5
Approx. 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m)
Two lower berths
*One porthole window
Private bathroom with hair dryer and bathrobes
*Please note that porthole covers may be closed during sea days
Television
Located on Deck 4
Approx. 140 sq. ft. (13 sq. m)
Picture Window (partially or fully obstructed)
Two single or one double bed
Private bathroom with hair dryer and bathrobes, refrigerator
Television
Located on Deck 7 and Deck 8

About the Boat

It’s a once in a lifetime adventure. Might as well do it right.

The Ocean Endeavour is comfortable, spacious and the place to be in the Antarctic season. Not only is it one of the few polar expedition ships in Antarctica, it also has one crew member for every eight travelers. This means you’ll enjoy a more personal, informative and comfortable trip. With a gym, library, wide range of cabin types, modern Zodiacs, and superb views, the Ocean Endeavour is quite literally the coolest way to take the trip of a lifetime. The ship can hold up to 200 passengers, so the SoFe group of 20-30 women will be combined with other travelers for more expansive community. 

  • 10 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 9 dinners
  • Transport: Expedition Cruise Ship, Zodiac
  • Accommodation: 1 night comfortable hotel, 9 nights expedition cruise ship
  • Airport pick up on day 1 and drop off from the ship.

Arrival Airport: Ushuaia Airport (USH)
Departure Airport: Ushuaia Airport (USH)

You can arrive any time on day 1, between 2 and 6 is ideal. Be sure to book a flight departing after 1pm on the last day.

A $2,000 USD deposit is due upon booking to hold your spot. This will go toward the total cost of the trip.

The balance is due 95 days prior to departure. 

Cancellation by you:

  • 95 days or more before departure we will retain your deposit; or
  • Fewer than 95 days before departure the cancellation fee is 100% of monies paid. 
  • You are strongly advised to take out cancellation insurance at the time of booking. The above cancellation terms are in addition to fees which may be levied by accommodation providers, travel agents or third-party tour and transport operator fees.
  • International airfare
  • Meals not included in the itinerary
  • Tips for boat staff
  • Visa fees for Argentina
  • Bar/beverage purchases
  • Cold weather gear rental (if you choose it)
  • Mandatory travel insurance: In order to board, you must have an insurance policy that covers $100,000 emergency evacuation and includes reparation.
Travelers: up to 30
11 days
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Arrival Point
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Trip Length
11 days
Group Size
up to 30

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Antarctica

Experience Antarctica to understand the other-worldly beauty of the magnificent views, stillness, starry night skies, and pure adventure. The seventh continent is worth the hype.

We’ll float through ice, and may encounter orcas, humpback whales, seals and penguins. We’ll sail through down the Drake Passage to Antartica, zig-zagging through the Shetland Islands and stopping for land excursions along the way. This trip is all inclusive and too amazing to even describe.

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Highlights

woman only trip Antarctica

The optional activities: Explore the water by kayak, sign up for a photography masterclass, rejuvenate with some onboard yoga and a massage, take a refreshing polar plunge or camp overnight like a true polar explorer.

women in antarctcia

The experienced leaders on board have made hundreds of polar voyages between them. They’re experts in marine biology, glaciology and Antarctic history, and they’ll share their knowledge throughout the journey during a comprehensive lecture program.

penguin in antarctcia

Rest assured that footprints are all you’ll leave behind. Your Antarctica expedition is carbon offset, and we serve only sustainably sourced seafood, avoid single-use plastics and use biodegradable and phosphate-free cleaning products.

Itinerary

Antarctica tour for women Ushuaia

Day 1
Ushuaia

Welcome to Ushuaia, Argentina, the world’s southernmost city. You’ll be briefed at the hotel tonight on the journey and details for tomorrow’s embarkation, but if you happen to arrive early there are a surprising amount of ways to entertain yourself at ‘the End of the World’. Check out the Museo Maritimo to brush up on the region’s history, or take a stroll down Avenida San Martin if you’re after any last-minute essentials before departing. Oh, and did we mention this is Argentina – if all else fails, head to a local restaurant to get your fill of red wine and steak. Muy bueno.
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Day 2
Ushuaia: Embarkation Day

This afternoon you’ll board the Ocean Endeavour, settle into your cabin and begin cruising down the stunning Beagle Channel, named for Charles Darwin’s ship. The channel transects the Tierra del Fuego archipelago in the extreme south of South America, and as the ship pulls away from port there’s always an air of anticipation. Wave goodbye to Argentina and know that the next time you see land you’ll be staring at Antarctica. Meals: breakfast, dinner
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Day 3 - 4
Drake Passage

The time has come to cross the Drake Passage, the legendary body of water named after English explorer Sir Francis Drake. If the conditions are right, enjoy some time out on deck to spot dolphins, orcas or perhaps albatross. If the waters are a little rough, the Ocean Endeavour is equipped with some seriously lush facilities for you to take advantage of. As well as safety briefings, a comprehensive lecture program will run throughout the journey delivered by experts in Antarctica’s history, geology and biology. With any luck we’ll make it to land by early evening on Day 4 – a moment that always brings much excitement. All meals included.
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Day 5 - 8
Antarctic Peninsula

The adventure truly begins once the Antarctic Convergence is left in your wake and exchanged for four incredible days of exploring the Antarctic Peninsula. Stare wide-eyed at glaciers, mountains and an unimaginable array of wildlife as the sheer magnitude and rawness of the area comes to light. Every day is a new adventure, and you’ll explore ice-filled bays and channels as well as Antarctica itself on Zodiac excursions and by foot. While the landscapes will no doubt take your breath away, Antarctica is all about the wildlife. Visit penguin rookeries, spot humpback and minke whales and look out for leopard seals, all while calving glaciers crack through the immense silence. The landing sites visited will depend on the ship's location and weather conditions. All meals included.
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Day 9 - 10
At Sea

Say goodbye to the Antarctic Peninsula as we begin our return leg to Ushuaia. Take the opportunity to share photographs with fellow travellers, use your now expert skills in wildlife spotting and enjoy the final lectures from your polar experts. It’s also a great opportunity to make use of the Ocean Endeavour’s health and wellness facilities, including its saunas, spa, heated pool, yoga classes and gym. All meals included.
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Day 11
Ushuaia: Disembarkation Day

Your Antarctic adventure draws to a close after breakfast this morning. Farewell your shipmates and transfer to the airport if you’re flying out today, or perhaps spend some more time exploring this incredible part of the world. Meals: breakfast

Cabin Types

95 to 105 sq.ft (9-10 sq. m)
Interior location
Private bathroom with hair dryer and bathrobe
Single bed
Television
Located on Deck 5

Approximately 225 sq. ft. (20 sq. m)
Three lower berths
One or two private bathrooms with hair dryer and bathrobes
Television
Interior location
Located on Deck 4
Approximately 95-105sq.ft (9 – 10 sq. m)
Two lower berths
Private bathroom with hair dryer and bathrobes
Interior location
Television
Located on Deck 4
Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m)
Two single beds
Private bathroom with hair dryer and bathrobes
Television
Porthole window* or picture window
*Please note that porthole covers may be closed during sea days or during inclement weather as a safety precaution
Located on Deck 4 or Deck 5
Approx. 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m)
Two lower berths
*One porthole window
Private bathroom with hair dryer and bathrobes
*Please note that porthole covers may be closed during sea days
Television
Located on Deck 4
Approx. 140 sq. ft. (13 sq. m)
Picture Window (partially or fully obstructed)
Two single or one double bed
Private bathroom with hair dryer and bathrobes, refrigerator
Television
Located on Deck 7 and Deck 8

About the Boat

It’s a once in a lifetime adventure. Might as well do it right.

The Ocean Endeavour is comfortable, spacious and the place to be in the Antarctic season. Not only is it one of the few polar expedition ships in Antarctica, it also has one crew member for every eight travelers. This means you’ll enjoy a more personal, informative and comfortable trip. With a gym, library, wide range of cabin types, modern Zodiacs, and superb views, the Ocean Endeavour is quite literally the coolest way to take the trip of a lifetime. The ship can hold up to 200 passengers, so the SoFe group of 20-30 women will be combined with other travelers for more expansive community. 

  • 10 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 9 dinners
  • Transport: Expedition Cruise Ship, Zodiac
  • Accommodation: 1 night comfortable hotel, 9 nights expedition cruise ship
  • Airport pick up on day 1 and drop off from the ship.

Arrival Airport: Ushuaia Airport (USH)
Departure Airport: Ushuaia Airport (USH)

You can arrive any time on day 1, between 2 and 6 is ideal. Be sure to book a flight departing after 1pm on the last day.

A $1,000 USD deposit is due upon booking to hold your spot. This will go toward the total cost of the trip.

The balance is due 95 days prior to departure. 

Cancellation by you:

  • 95 days or more before departure we will retain your deposit; or
  • Fewer than 95 days before departure the cancellation fee is 100% of monies paid. 
  • You are strongly advised to take out cancellation insurance at the time of booking. The above cancellation terms are in addition to fees which may be levied by accommodation providers, travel agents or third-party tour and transport operator fees.
  • International airfare
  • Meals not included in the itinerary
  • Tips for boat staff
  • Visa fees for Argentina
  • Bar/beverage purchases
  • Cold weather gear rental (if you choose it)
  • Mandatory travel insurance: In order to board, you must have an insurance policy that covers $100,000 emergency evacuation and includes reparation.