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17 Day Antarctica Small Ship Expedition With Iguazu Falls

17 Day Antarctica Small Ship Expedition With Iguazu Falls
17 Day Antarctica Small Ship Expedition With Iguazu Falls
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$11,599 USD

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$11,875 USD pp

From pp Twin Share

$11,599 USD Book Now
with only a $99 deposit pp
Single Traveller
$11,875 USD
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✓ 10 Night cruise to the Antarctic Peninsula aboard an ice-strengthened expedition vessel
✓ Small ship expedition with no more than 108 or 170 passengers (subject to ship/date selected)
✓ Incredible sightseeing, typically with 2 excursions per day while in Antarctica including shore landings & zodiac cruising, visit both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides of awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls, plus time in glamorous Buenos Aires.
✓ Experience up-close wildlife encounters with penguins, seals & whales
✓ Expert guides with a ratio of 1 guide for every 13 passengers
✓ Program of lectures by noted naturalists and leadership by experienced expedition staff
✓ Complimentary loan of rubber boots
✓ 6 nights accommodation in 4 star hotels in Buenos Aires, Ushuaia and Iguazu Falls  
✓ Solo passenger option to travel twin share on expedition cruise
✓ Breakfast Daily, 9 lunches, 10 dinners
✓ Return economy flight from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia and 
✓ Economy flight from Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls

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