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BROCHURE RACK

Sail to the Antarctic with Peregrine and help save the Albatross.

26/04/2007 00:00:00

Trip details

  • 16 days/15 nights
  • Depart London Gatwick: 30 December
  • Arrive London Gatwick: 14 January
  • Prices start at £5169 on a twin share basis including flights from London.
  • For further information, or to book, phone 01635 872 300 or click here.
Peregrine has long been a supporter of RSPB and has raised over £100,000 towards their 'Save The Albatross' campaign. For this journey Peregrine will support the RSPB and give its members and supporters the opportunity to see the albatross in its natural environment, and for every booking made by an RSPB members or supporter, Peregrine will donate 7.5% of the voyage cost to the Albatross Task Force campaign run by the RSPB.

Aswell as Peregrine's normal collection of expert leaders, your group will be escorted by a representative from the RSPB, who will update you on the their latest albatross conservation projects. In addition to the expedition voyage, Peregrine will provide a special side trip to Costanera Sur Nature Reserve, a bird haven situated about 30 minutes walk from the centre of Buenos Aires. This side trip is offered free exclusively for RSPB members and supporters and will be escorted by a local wildlife expert.
Help save the Albatroos by booking a Peregrine Antarctic cruise.© Peregrine.
Antarctica is the most pristine, awe-inspiring wilderness on earth.

Sailing aboard Peregrine’s well-appointed expedition vessel, we see Antarctic nature in all its glory. These areas boast an extraordinary abundance of wildlife, including five seal species and massive penguin rookeries of gentoo, Adelies and chinstraps as well as a profusion of seabirds from albatross to skuas. A wildlife highlight may well be watching a variety of magnificent whale species in close proximity as they crest the surface of the waves
Penguins in the Antarctic. © Peregrine.

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