National Geographic partners with PONANT Cruises for Antarctica voyages

In Travel News by The H4C Team

Travel doesn’t get much more adventurous than this! Synonymous with intrepid experiences, National Geographic has partnered with luxury cruise provider PONANT to offer a collection of amazing Antarctica voyages.

Departing 2019 and 2020, they’re definitely worth adding to the bucket-list!

The group’s Antarctica to Africa cruise will be one for the adventure-seekers

Perfect for couples that want to see as much as possible, the group’s 16-day Falkland Islands, South Georgia and Antarctica cruise will include sights like impressive glaciers, black-sand beaches and, of course, king penguin colonies.

If Africa is also on your travel wish-list, treat yourselves to the 22-day Antarctica to Africa voyage and discover the world’s met remote inhabited archipelago: Tristan de Cunha. 

The Antarctic Odyssey voyage will showcase the destination’s amazing wildlife and scenery

Wanting to immerse yourselves in the majesty of Antarctica? The 21-day Antarctic Odyssey cruise is the most comprehensive of National Geographic’s polar expeditions, cruising to the world’s southernmost city and passing humpback whales, seals, penguins and icebergs along the way.

There’s also a sensational 11-day Emblematic Antarctica voyage on offer, cruising into the heart of the Antarctic Peninsula and the Weddell Sea. 

Venture into the Antarctic Peninsula and the Weddell Sea on the Emblematic Antarctica cruise

Making the idea all the more tempting for travellers, a portion of the profits from all expeditions will be donated to the National Geographic Society. This will help support researchers and experts working to preserve, protect and advance understanding of the planet and its various species and populations.

To find out more about National Geographic’s Antarctica voyages or to book, visit the group’s website here.