Cruises to Antarctica From Argentina

Embark on the adventure of a lifetime on a cruise to Antarctica from Argentina as you witness one of the most dazzling wildernesses on Earth. Gaze at vast tabular icebergs and jagged black mountain ranges shaped by enormous, slow-moving glaciers. Look out for graceful albatross gliding over the waves and enchanting penguins bustling about on the ice. Whales cruise the nutrient-rich waters, while seals bask in the summer sunshine.

On cruises from Argentina to Antarctica, your journey will start in Buenos Aires, home of the sultry tango. You’ll  also visit the Falkland Islands, where you’ll find spectacular bird life and intriguing military history. Go whale watching in Puerto Madryn, Argentina, and relax on the beach in Montevideo, Uruguay’s cosmopolitan capital. Your home-from-home on this wonderful adventure is our award-winning Celebrity Equinox, where you’ll find cozy bars, elegant restaurants with menus designed by a Michelin-starred chef, and impressive open deck space from which to take in the breathtaking scenery of Antarctica.

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Dazzling Scenery

Antarctica is another world. Icebergs the size of cathedrals are shot with turquoise and blue, while enormous glaciers drape over mountains like frosting on a wedding cake. Some flow to the water’s edge, calving into the jet-black sea with a thunderous rumble. You’ll sail through narrow channels where the peaks are reflected in mirror-calm water, and into serene bays where ice drifts. The air is so clear here that colors are intensified and the snow sparkles like thousands of diamonds.

Spectacular Wildlife

Antarctica’s pristine waters are teeming with life. You’ll see bustling penguin colonies on the icy slopes, as well as enormous elephant seals and the smaller crabeater, fur, and Weddell seals. Whale spouts are a common sight, and you may be lucky enough to spot a blue whale, the world’s biggest mammal. In the Falklands, look for five species of penguin and graceful black-browed albatross. Puerto Madryn, too, is rich in marine life, from dolphins to sea lions.

Intriguing History

The human history of this region is as fascinating as the natural world. Learn about the great Antarctic explorers, including Shackleton and Amundsen, and their efforts to cross the frozen continent. Wander around Ushuaia, a former penal colony, and ride the Tren del Fin del Mundo, a scenic heritage railway built by convicts. Explore the Falklands, the subject of a bitter dispute between Britain and Argentina in 1982. 

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