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Chimu Adventures launches its 2023/24 Antarctica cruise season

Aussie tour provider, Chimu Adventures, recently announced the launch of its 2023/24 Antarctica cruise season.

Chimu Adventures has one of the largest ranges of Antarctica cruises in Australia with access to multiple ships, large availability for 2023/24, and early-bird specials.

Early bookers can gain full access to all available cabins and secure their berth on their preferred departure.

2023/24 Antarctica cruises include multiple departures on the Ocean Endeavour.

The Ocean Endeavour features a high staff-to-passenger ratio, a fleet of 22 zodiacs, and a host of optional activities such as kayaking, snow-shoeing, citizen science programs, and a photography program – including the use of forward-facing zodiacs, for an immersive Antarctic experience.

2023/24 Ocean Endeavour departures start at AU$9,990 for the 11-day Best of Antarctica itinerary.

Other departures include the 14-day Best of Antarctica: In Depth from AU$14,560, and departures to the Antarctic Circle, a Xmas itinerary, an 11-day Antarctic Whale Journey, and the ultimate 21-day Shackleton’s Antarctica: South Georgia & Falklands Explorer – an expedition rich in wildlife and Antarctic history.

For a more luxury travel, there are departures available on other ships such as the brand-new Ultramarine. This cruise includes polar expedition technology and included onboard helicopters for sight-seeing trips over inaccessible parts of the great white continent.

Cruises on the Ultramarine start at AU$18,252 for the Antarctic Explorer from Buenos Aires itinerary.

There is the 16-day Antarctica and Falklands Expedition on board the Roald Amundsen for an exploration of the Antarctic Peninsula and an 11-day Antarctic Circle expedition from AU$12,990 onboard the Ocean Victory for those hoping to explore further south.

The Chimu Adventures 2023/24 Antarctica Season is now open for sale.

Head to the Chimu Adventures Antarctica Cruises page for further details.



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