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Antarctica Voyage

Explore uncharted land as you take a voyage of a lifetime around the Antarctic Peninsula.

Prices from $11,295

One of the only places on earth to be uninhabited by man, Antarctica offers a unique and thrilling experience for all those drawn to its rugged charm. The Antarctic Peninsula boasts the most dramatic scenery and largest variety of wildlife in the continent, yet very few people ever get the opportunity to observe these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. Vast expanses of white wilderness as far as the eye can see welcome you to this resilient and remarkable environment. Marvel at colonies of seals strewn across snow covered beaches, penguins waddling across the ice sheet after feeding and countless species of bird. The overwhelming abundance of icebergs, glaciers, mountain ranges and fascinating wildlife is utterly breathtaking.  

The Frontier Antarctica Voyage will take you to one of the most challenging and enchanting environments on earth. Not only will you have the chance to explore this truly fascinating environment through hiking, kayaking and camping, you will also learn about the scientific and natural challenges threatening this unique part of the world.    



  • Discover the largely unexplored Antarctic Peninsula
  • Take part in exciting adventure sports both on and off the ice
  • Create unforgettable memories on this trip of a lifetime!


  • At least basic level of fitness required for onshore activities


Location Antarctica Peninsula
Activities Navigate the Southern Ocean
View stunning scenery and indigenous wildlife
Sea Kayaking
Terrestrial expedition (depending on voyage)
Snowshoeing (depending on voyage)
Diving (depending on voyage /optional)
Accommodation Onboard cabin


Before you go Pre-departure support & documentation
Travel & medical advice & documentation
Advice on visas and equipment
Discounted medical kit
Free Frontier t-shirt (UK only)
In-country Food
Project training and safety briefing
In-country emergency support
24-hour international HQ back-up


A variety of qualifications are available on many of our projects. For example, BTEC certificates and diplomas on our Group conservation projects and TEFL certificates and BTECs on most of our teaching projects. You may also be able to gain a CoPE to support your university application. For more information on these qualifications, please see the qualifications section of our website or ask your volunteer advisor.


Your twelve day Antarctica Voyage will follow an itinerary consisting of periods of sailing combined with exciting onshore adventures. The first leg of the voyage across the Drake Passage will give you the opportunity to sit back and enjoy the beautiful scenery, making sure you keep your eyes on the sky in order to spot wandering albatrosses and petrels. 

The ship will anchor on day four just offshore of a secluded island, where the protected waters provide the perfect location to try out a variety of exciting activities both on land and in the water. You will take to the smaller, mobile zodiac boats to cruise around your surroundings and to access the shore. Activities depend heavily on the weather, and so the conditions at the time will determine what activities are available to you. Your options may include some of the following:

Sea Kayaking

Join with a small group of fellow travellers and experience the Antarctic from the water, kayaking around the island and surrounding area. Kayaking is considered the best way to get up close to the enchanting indigenous wildlife while also exploring the many caves which are inaccessible by boat. Kayaks will be either single or double seated depending on your previous kayaking experience and confidence, and guided by experienced professionals to ensure your safety.


You may have the opportunity to camp onshore for the night with other crew members from the ship. You will go ashore after dinner and return to the ship before breakfast the next morning. Human impact is kept to a minimum by prohibiting food, stoves and fuel on land. This is guaranteed to give you a truly authentic wilderness experience in a unique setting. You will be provided with specialist overnight technical equipment which will help to keep you warm and dry. 


This activity is perfect for mountaineers who want to explore beyond the radius of the shore to reach higher ground and more impressive view points. You will all be attached to one another by rope and guided by a certified Mountain Guide across the glaciated environment. Treks typically last between half a day and a day, and a good level of fitness is essential. You will be provided with all equipment including ropes, harnesses, helmets, ice axes and crampons.


Explore the onshore habitat with specially adapted snow boots, taking part in hikes lasting between 4 and 6 hours. This is the perfect way to observe more of this hostile yet thrilling environment for yourself.

Photograph Workshops

Learn how to take truly captivating photos to portray the beauty and tranquillity of this unique ice environment.

*Please be aware that not all activities are included in every voyage so please refer to the ‘Dates & Costs’ section for further information. 


You will be met upon arrival at the designated expedition meeting point in Ushuaia, in southern Argentina. From here, the ship will embark and begin its exciting voyage around the Antarctic Peninsula. We will send you easy-to-follow, detailed information with everything you’ll need to know about the voyage nearer the time of your departure.


For the duration of the voyage, you will be staying in a cabin onboard the ship. Rooms will be comfortable and have all the facilities that you’ll require for a comfortable stay. You will share a cabin with other travellers of the same sex, sharing a private bathroom and toilet between you. 

The ship has its own restaurant, lecture room and a spacious observation lounge, where you can take in the impressive panoramic views while sipping on a cold beer. There are large open spaces on deck for you to enjoy the stunning scenery and wildlife. The vessel also has a specially designed engine to reduce noise and vibrations, in an attempt to minimise the disruption to marine life.  


Throughout your voyage you will receive three meals per day. These will be cooked by a professional chef and will consist of a variety of international cuisine. You will eat with your fellow travellers in the onboard restaurant, which provides the perfect opportunity to reflect on your day’s adventures. 

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Why not take some time either before the beginning or after the end of your voyage to explore the geographically and culturally diverse landscape of Argentina. Travellers have marvelled at the natural wonders of Argentina for centuries from the Iguazú Falls to the Perito Morneo Glacier, and of course the mighty Andes, boasting some of the highest peaks in this impressive mountain range. Learn how to tango at one of the many dance schools or romantic cafes throughout the country and impress your friends and family at home with your new-found moves. If you enjoy your sports then make sure you spend a little time experiencing the Argentinean passion for football by watching a live match or enjoying a game in a local bar. Even if football is not your thing, the Argentinean enthusiasm will definitely get you into the spirit of things. 

Alternatively, why not volunteer on one of our exciting projects where you could help teach English to underprivileged children in Buenos Aires or provide critical support at local medical establishments. You could spend some time in Buenos Aires learning Spanish or take part in a journalism internship which will see you gaining practical experience and vital skills to work in this competitive industry.   


12 Days $11,295


2018 dates

3rd March


12 days / 11 nights


Before you go

  • Pre-departure support & documentation
  • Travel & medical advice & documentation
  • Advice on visas & equipment
  • Discounted medical kit
  • Free Frontier t-shirt (UK only)


  • Accommodation
  • Food (3 meals per day)
  • Project training and safety briefing
  • In-country emergency support
  • 24-hour international HQ back-up


Nearest airport(s): Ushuaia (TF) (USH)


  • Flights
  • Visas
  • Insurance

For detailed information on flights, visas and insurance, click here.


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