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  • Sail around ‘La Fin del Mundo’, the end of the world!
  • Discover the world’s last frontier - Antarctica!
  • Unforgettable landscapes and wildlife encounters
  Argentinian lovers often exchange a promise - iria a la fin del mundo solo con vos, I would go to the end of the world just with you. La fin del mundo is the town of Ushuaia, the southernmost in the world - it’s a colorful town perched on the coast of Tierra del Fuego, an archipelago on the southern tip of South America. Ushuaia does look and feel like the end of the world, but in fact it’s merely the departure point for the largest wilderness in the planet - Antarctica, home to a handful of researches, millions of penguins and unlimited adventures. The first stop on Antarctic cruises is the Drake Passage just opposite Ushuaia - it takes two days to sail through it until the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic peninsula, where exploration of the seventh continent begins. You’ll have the once in a lifetime opportunity to kayak around icebergs, take zodiac rides to secluded bays where hundreds of penguins gather, see sea lions stretch on the shore and even take the famous ‘Antarctic plunge’ in the chilly waters if you’re game! If you have enough time on your hands, you can extend your adventure in the Falkland Islands, famous for their history and interesting bird population.   Are you ready to enjoy the adventure of a lifetime? Make your way to Argentina for an Antarctic cruise, browse our listings below!