Fly-Cruise Antarctica

This is an excellent way to experience Antarctica if you’re short on time or would much rather avoid the requisite sea crossing of the Drake Passage. Highlights include flying over the Drake passage (from Punta Arenas, Chile to King George Island in Antarctica), thus maximizing your time on board sailing the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula, as well as having access to all the same great landing sites + adventure activities as the standard Antarctic Classic itinerary.



Fly-Cruise Antarctica

Day 1  - Punta Arenas, Chile

Day 2 - Scheduled flight to Antarctica

Days 3 to 6 - Exploring Antarctica and the South Shetland Islands

Day 7 - Scheduled flight from Antarctica

Day 8 - Depart Punta Arenas


David makes every stop on the trip a highlight

I had a fantastic trip to Svalbard with David as a guide. His great experience and burning interest in the Arctic and Antarctica really shines through. He has an extensive knowledge of all parts of the wildlife but is at the same time also incredibly competent as a polar historian, making every stop on the trip a highlight.

Nils Radstrom


We’re a different kind of agency. We work on the ships, with the teams, and are currently active in the polar regions. Our insider advice is truly that - straight from the field - and it's updated in real time if things change.


Everything you need to know about traveling to Antarctica. Including what time of the season is best for what you’re most keen to see.


Everything you need to know about traveling to the Arctic. Which is a bit like our proverbial backyard/second home (because we’ve lived there).


Everything you need to know about what to bring on your trip. Including unusual stuff like why you might want goggles in Antarctica, or extra batteries in Svalbard.