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Southern Right Whale breaching out of the water in Península Valdés Patagonia Argentina.
Guests explore by zodiac from the ship National Geographic Explorer in South Georgia, Antarctica
A beautiful Long-tailed Meadowlark bird posing in the bush in Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.
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Two adult King penguins stand among Oakum boys in St. Andrews Bay, South Georgia Island.
Southern Right Whale breaching out of the water in Península Valdés Patagonia Argentina.
ExpeditionsWild Coasts of Argentina, South Georgia, and the Falklands

Wild Coasts of Argentina, South Georgia, and the Falklands  

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Discover Argentina's rugged eastern coast as we seek out secluded ports, wildlife-rich estuaries, and the vibrant waters of World Heritage-listed Península Valdés, where our arrival coincides with the whale breeding season. Get immersed in a sea of black and white amid tens of thousands of king penguins on a remote beach in South Georgia, then hike the rocky shores of the Falkland Islands among fur seals and the world's largest colony of black-browed albatrosses.

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Southern right whale during the calving and mating season, Valdes Peninsula, Argentina
  • Travel aboard National Geographic Endurance to experience the stunning beauty of Argentina’s rugged east coast and isles of the South Atlantic

  • Seek out the whale-rich waters of UNESCO World Heritage-listed Peninsula Valdés to observe southern right whales in their annual breeding grounds—one of the world’s great wildlife spectacles

  • Capture the windswept beauty of the Falklands—and the black-browed albatrosses and penguins that thrive here—with guidance from a National Geographic Photography Expert

  • Trace the spellbinding story of Shackleton’s fateful expedition on South Georgia and get immersed in a sea of black and white amid tens of thousands of stately king penguins

  • Discover the burgeoning wine region of Bahia Bustamante and visit Patagonia Austral National Park and Blue Patagonia UNESCO Biosphere Reserve

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starts at
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From

$33,224

/ per person

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dates
Oct
duration
25 Days
starts at
Buenos Aires, Argentina
ends at
Ushuaia, Argentina

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25 Days
starts at
Buenos Aires, Argentina
ends at
Ushuaia, Argentina

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