About this Cruise
Welcome to Aurora Expeditions’ Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctic Peninsula expedition.
This epic voyage takes you on an incomparable journey, visiting enigmatic Subantarctic islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. Similar to the South Georgia and Antarctic Odyssey, but with additional time in the Falklands~Malvinas, in lieu of a day in South Georgia, to discover the fascinating history of the islands and to encounter the spectacular birdlife found there. Feel awed in the presence of the king penguin colonies in South Georgia, some of the largest on Earth. Immerse yourself in the serene grandeur of the Antarctic Peninsula as you embrace the true spirit of exploration and adventure.
Join two Special Guests on Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctic Peninsula (FSP004G), departing 13 March, 2024. Gina Chick is an adventurer, writer and rewilding facilitator, who runs programs to help adults and kids learn to be at home in the wild. Richard Morecroft is an Australian media personality, author and artist, who has a long-standing commitment to wildlife and the environment. Gina will be interviewed onboard by Richard on the topic of connecting with wild environments.
• Photograph black-browed albatross and spot elusive macaroni penguins in the Falklands~Malvinas.
• Encounter frolicking sea lion pups playing in the surf as their mothers look on.
• Witness king penguins sitting on eggs, chicks hatching and fledging while ravenous skuas circle overhead.
• Soak up the rich history with extra time in the Falklands~Malvinas.
Gina Chick is a rewilding facilitator, adventurer, writer and speaker. Her rewilding programs help adults and kids learn to be at home in the wild, bringing hunter-gatherer techniques into the modern world. Gina recently spent 67 days solo in the Tasmanian wilderness during the middle of winter, bringing only ten basic survival items and camera equipment to film her experiences. Gina’s determination, passion, and love of the natural world endeared her to more than 1.5 million people around Australia. Gina will be interviewed on board by media personality, author and artist Richard Morecroft on the topic of connecting with wild environments.
Islas Malvinas to the Argentines and the Falkland Islands to the British, the Falklands~Malvinas are teeming with dramatic military history alongside wildlife, making it a popular stop for travellers on their way to Antarctica, or travellers touring the enigmatic Subantarctic Islands. On your Falkland Islands cruise, start to peel back the layers of complex history surrounding this archipelago, dating back centuries.
The fascinating Falkland Islands are true wildlife havens, home to diverse marine life and seabirds including the world’s largest black-browed albatross colony. Feel the pulse of bustling penguin colonies that thrive among the nutrient-rich waters. Stretch your legs on windswept coastlines dotted with white sandy beaches that seem out of place this far south. Zodiac-cruise to rugged coves and pristine bays, stopping to visit charming towns that have a distinctively British character.
Wednesday, Mar 13, 2024
Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctic Peninsula
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