Itinerary Overview

Leave the fast-paced, modern world behind


Set sail on an epic transatlantic voyage aboard the National Geographic Endurance. Venture from Buenos Aires, Argentina to the windswept splendors of the Falkland Islands, and from the wildlife havens of the South Atlantic to the far-flung volcanic isles of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Encounter thousands of king penguins in South Georgia; meet residents of the world’s most remote inhabited island, Tristan da Cunha; and explore the legacy of Napoléon Bonaparte on Saint Helena. Accompanied by a world-class team of experts and photographers, soak up the serenity of the open sea on a journey that recalls the Golden Age of Exploration.

Highlights

  • Enjoy a rich program of lectures by an expert team of naturalists, historians, and photographers; engage in our Skills@Sea activities during days at sea, and take advantage of the new National Geographic Endurance’s state-of-the-art amenities, from wellness programs and spa treatments to gourmet dining options and wine tastings.
  • Go snorkeling in sparkling waters along Ascension Island, where one of the planet’s largest colonies of endangered green sea turtles lay their eggs.
  • See rockhopper penguins and albatrosses on remote Tristan da Cunha Island in the South Atlantic and meet some of the 250 hardy residents who live there.
  • Visit the vast king penguins colonies on South Georgia, tens of thousands on a single beach.
  • Learn about the 18th-century Atlantic slave trade at the Cape Verde Islands and walk through its UNESCO World Heritage-designated old town.

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