Antarctica Cruise


December 7 - 19, 2020

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About This Tour

For even the most experienced world traveler, Antarctica represents the one true unexplored wilderness, or the Last Continent you’re likely to ever visit. At 5.4 million square miles, Antarctica is twice as large as Australia, and its haunting landscape and sheer enormity makes visitors feel just a little bit insignificant. Add to this the challenge of traveling to this remote land of ice and snow and you have what is an adventure of epic proportions, honestly your once-in-a-lifetime trip.

Most people arrive to Antarctica by cruise ship, and there are only 58 vessels approved worldwide to travel here without harming the environment of this fragile landmass. Because of this, it’s no surprise that your journey to Antarctica is one of the world’s most costly tours, but it is also the most unique trip you will ever take. Toto Tours is partnering with Abercrombie & Kent, a leader in this destination, to take you to the far southern edge of the world in high style. Our ship – Le Lyrial – is only a couple of years old and each cabin has a balcony for wonderful views.

Toto has reserved just 10 cabins on this ship, and we anticipate the cruise will fill up fast. Also, this is not a tour you can decide to do at the last minute, with visa and documents to acquire, specialized gear to buy, and final payments required a full five months before departure. We suggest that you don’t delay and send in your reservation right away.

Antarctica will surpass all your expectations with its wild beauty, untouched environment, and surprising array of wildlife. You will have bragging rights among all your family and friends because you will have visited our planet’s final frontier and its Last Continent.


We are pleased to join forces for a second time with the wonderful team of professionals at Abercrombie & Kent. Abercrombie & Kent pioneered offering luxury adventures more than 50 years ago. Today they are the world’s undisputed luxury-travel leader, offering an award-winning combination of exclusivity, comfort and authenticity on all seven continents. Their inspiring journeys have won praise from travelers and travel professionals alike, including being named Travel Weekly's "Best Luxury Tour Operator" for more than a decade. To register for this tour, click the “Book Now” link at either the top or bottom of this page. We will provide your details to A&K, who will process all charges for deposits and final payments without any added bank fees.

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Tour Highlights

  • Start with two nights in Buenos Aires.
  • Enjoy a tour in Buenos Aires.
  • Pre-boarding welcome lunch in Ushuaia.
  • Guided walk in Cerro Alarken Nature Reserve in Ushuaia.
  • Cruise out to sea through the scenic Beagle Channel.
  • Make the famous two-day crossing of the Drake Passage.
  • Cruise for 10 nights aboard a luxury all-balcony expedition ship.
  • Zodiac boat tours for Antarctica landings and wildlife viewing.
  • Discover some of the world's rarest wildlife and terrain.
  • Exciting excursions led by the region's most passionate and seasoned guides.
  • Learn about Antarctica's environment - and efforts to conserve it - on a visit to U.S. Palmer Research Station.
  • Gain a deep understanding of the region with enriching lectures by award-winning experts, including leading scientists, authors, historians and professional photographers.
  • An all-inclusive journey including polar gear, onboard gratuities, unlimited house drinks and all port charges on the ship.
Please Note: We reserve the right to modify the itinerary, including arranged sightseeing, and substitute accommodations, including vessels, at any time due to unforeseen circumstances or circumstances beyond our control. Every effort will be made to operate itineraries as planned, but alterations may occur after the final itinerary has been issued. Due to the nature of Luxury Expedition Cruises, itineraries are for guidance purposes only and may be adjusted due to unforeseen circumstances including weather, wildlife, ice, medical emergencies and other conditions beyond our control, at the sole discretion of the Captain on board.