The Seventh Continent is officially within reach on this dynamic two-week adventure to Argentina and Antarctica. Ker & Downey’s Classic Antarctica Cruise features one of the most sophisticated expedition vessels sailing to the continent. Your eight-night cruise is bookended by colorful colonial touring and tantalizing tango experiences in Buenos Aires, as well as a final awe-inspiring stay amid Iguazu Falls—the only destination that is sure to still “wow” you after your once in a lifetime Antarctic voyage.
We like spontaneity just as much as the next person. There’s nothing more thrilling than a last minute getaway. But some trips require (and deserve!) more time to plan. Wildly popular, extremely exclusive, or difficult to get to destinations demand a little more forethought and expertise during the planning stages. Here are seven trips to book a year in advance – at least!
Michelle Sole, a former safari guide for Marataba Safari Lodge, is spending a year traveling the world and sharing her experiences with Ker & Downey. Today she recounts the magic of her Antarctica tour. To read about more of her travels, click here.
A pair of adventurous newlyweds travel to the edge of the earth on an Antarctica honeymoon. Introduction by Haley Beham; Words & Photography by Austin Mann and Esther Havens Mann. When you think of a luxury honeymoon destination, does Antarctica spring to mind? Probably not. Remote, rugged and cold, it’s not exactly the stuff luxury honeymoon dreams are made of. Or is it?
In December, longtime client Steve Brandon joined an elite group of travelers: he took a journey to Antarctica where he and his wife crossed the seventh continent off their list. He flew from Atlanta to Punta Arenas in Chile via Santiago and Puerto Montt where he stayed overnight. The next day, he boarded a flight for King George Island where he met the Sea Adventurer for his five-day Antarctic adventure. Upon his return, he shared his incredible images with us.