The Argentine Antarctic extends around the South Pole and is circumscribed by the Antarctic Circle at 66 ° 33'S, except for the Antarctic Peninsula which, stretching north, faces South America. The Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans bathe Argentine Antarctica, determining a wide marine strip that completely surrounds it.
Antarctica was never inhabited by any native population, so there is no nation that has claims of cultural, political or economic supremacy over this territory, which allows the joint participation of several nations for its administration. However, it is not possible to stay after trips to Antarctica, only base personnel and scientists have permission to reside.
The trips to Antarctica that we offer in an itinerary of 12 days and 11 nights, crossing the Drake Passage, Antarctic Convergence, South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula will take you to enjoy the true continental ice.