Falklands, South Georgia, Antarctica

Imagine standing next to a colony of black-browed albatrosses (with a bunch of Southern Rockhopper penguins mixed in between), or tens of thousands of three-foot-tall king penguins and their fuzzy brown chicks. Not to mention the massive mountain peaks and slow-moving glaciers cracking off big icebergs into the sea. Or the whales breaching in the distance as you sail down the Antarctic peninsula. That’s just a taste of what this phenomenal itinerary offers you. This is an Antarctic expedition on steroids, and not to be missed if your schedule permits three weeks of remote adventuring.



Falklands, South Georgia, Antarctica

Days 1-3 - Depending on port of departure, it takes a couple of days to sail to the Falkland Islands

Days 4-5 - Exploring the Falkland Islands

Days 6-7 - Sailing from the Falklands to South Georgia

Days 8-11 - Exploring South Georgia

Days 12-14 - Sailing the Scotia Sea from South Georgia to Antarctica

Days 14-17 - Exploring the Antarctic Peninsula & South Shetland Islands

Days 18-20 - Returning to Ushuaia over the Drake Passage



Every step of the way was made easy from the beginning to end.

Ryan McDevitt

I could not have been more pleased with my recent trip to western Greenland for a two week kayaking expedition around the Upernavik Archipelago. Having kayaked with David in Antarctica on a previous trip, I witnessed first hand how thorough and focused he is on the group’s safety as well as extremely knowledgeable when it comes to the wildlife, geology and history of the white continent. That previous experience made my decision easy to book with the team at Twin Tracks Expeditions for my kayaking expedition in Greenland. Every step of the way was made easy from the beginning to end. The pre-trip communication with Heather was flawless. She answered all of my questions and was always incredibly responsive. She is definitely an invaluable asset to the Twin Tracks team. Once on the ground in Greenland, our guide Rickard was absolutely amazing! He is always prepared for anything and also super knowledgeable on the history of the region and its flora and fauna. And even though the trip was expedition style and the passengers were all very capable paddlers and campers, he was always there and happy to assist us with anything from setting up our tents and teaching us helpful paddling tips to lending an extra jacket to someone in need. Under Rickard’s guidance, throughout the entirety of the trip I always felt very well taken care of and very safe. I totally recommend to anyone who is interested in exploring the polar regions to consider Twin Tracks Expeditions when booking, you will not be disappointed.

Ryan McDevitt
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