Explore The End of the World

Our new sub-Antarctic sea expeditions take you to the rarely visited islands of Cape Horn, the Falklands, and South Georgia.

Our Sub-Antarctic Sea Voyages

Our voyages to the sub-Antarctic islands are high-end wilderness adventures, not cruises. All of these trips are on board our new and most modern polar vessel, Magellan Explorer. Feeling more like a private yacht, this small expedition ship gives you privileged access to the islands of the sub-Antarctic, taking you where larger ships cannot.

With a smaller number of guests, disembarkation is fast and efficient so you spend time exploring the following destinations:

Cape Horn
This remote island at the tip of South America is a rare destination for the adventurous traveler. A visit here is the stuff of legends.

The Falklands Islands
The Falklands Islands (Islas Malvinas) are a mix of rich wildlife, interesting culture, and storied history.

South Georgia
On this island, filled with snowy peaks jutting out of the sea, there are no permanent human residents and wildlife rules.

A front view of Magellan Explorer vessel. Photography by Ana Carla Martínez on the Inaugural Air-Cruise.

Sub-Antarctica Sea Voyages

Image of Expedition Falklands (Malvinas) & South Georgia

Falklands (Malvinas) & South Georgia

Image of Expedition Ushuaia, Cape Horn & Falklands (Malvinas)

Ushuaia, Cape Horn & Falklands (Malvinas)

Image of Expedition Falklands (Malvinas), South Georgia & Antarctica

Falklands (Malvinas), South Georgia & Antarctica

Included in the rate


Comprehensive pre- and post-voyage information material.


Special access to Explorers House.


Ship cruise as indicated in the itinerary corresponding to each expedition.


Daily buffet breakfast, à la carte lunch, and dinner, as well as wine, beer, juice, soft drinks, coffee, tea, chocolate, cappuccino, water, and snacks on board the ship.


Loan of waterproof boots for landing in Antarctica, contingency plan, and IAATO passenger fee.

Ready to Start Planning?

Are you ready to start planning about your sub-antarctic expedition with us? Please let us know how we can help you!

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