Do I need a Visa to go to Antarctica? No, but you do need a Visa for Argentina as you will be departing from Ushuaia which is in Argentina.
Do you recommend travel insurance? Please note that traveling to Antarctica requires Trip Insurance. The insurance policy you select must cover accidents, emergency evacuation, sickness (including Covid-19), loss of baggage/personal belongings, and disruption of travel plans. Additionally, a minimum of USD $250,000 coverage for medical repatriation from Antarctica is required. Proof of Covid-19 Vaccination Required: Upon booking, please send a photo of your Covid-19 vaccination card to email@example.com. Proof of vaccination is required in order to participate in the trip.
What about vaccines? Upon booking, please send a photo of your Covid-19 vaccination card to firstname.lastname@example.org. Proof of vaccination is required in order to participate in the trip.
What is the currency used onboard? USD, but bring Argentinian peso.
What is the activity level of the trip / Do I need a certain level of fitness? Trips to Antarctica have low physical requirements which means people of all fitness levels without major mobility issues can participate.
Who will I be traveling with? You will be traveling with a diverse group of experienced Travelers of all ages and nationalities! The majority of passengers are aged between 40 and 65 years old
Will I experience seasickness? Antarctic waters can be rough, especially during the voyage through Drake Passage. If you are particularly susceptible to seasickness, it is recommended to talk to your doctor before departing and bring any necessary medications. It is also recommended to bring motion sickness tablets or patches, and avoid eating greasy food or consuming alcohol. There is a doctor on the boat to respond to any emergencies.