Orion in Antarctica (Lindblad).
Anisha from the USA.
National Geographic Orion.
# OF NIGHTS
DEPARTURE DATE & PORTS
January 2019, from Ushuaia, Argentina.
5 out of 5 stars (5=excellent, 4=very good, 3=good, 2=poor, 1=terrible)
-Food Rating: 5
-Cabin Rating: 5
-Service/Crew Rating: 5
-Itinerary Rating: 4
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Overall we really enjoyed the cruise; the staff, food, and destination were all superb!! The other passengers on the ship were all very nice and from all walks of life. Antarctica is a very special place to visit, you really feel like you are on a movie set or a postcard. To be in a place with so much natural, uninhabited beauty is truly once in a lifetime.
The only comment I have is that it takes awhile to actually get to/from Antarctica on the ship, so the activity level is a bit light overall. However, once you are near land there are opportunities to kayak, walk/hike on the ice, and get up close to wildlife (seals, penguins, and whales).
Thank you Heidi for providing info about various trips and igniting the travel bug in all of us adventurers!
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