If the South Pole, Southern Lights or Antarctica are destinations you would love to gaze upon from the comfort of a Dreamliner window, then read on. What lies beyond the runways of Australia and across the Southern Ocean, are some of the world’s most unique and enigmatic sights, rarely seen by humans.
Travelling on a Great Southern Flight with Chimu offers vistas to behold. All you need to do, is choose your trip of a lifetime!
For the traveller keen to experience the extreme vastness of Antarctica and learn about great explorers, Robert Scott and Roald Amundsen. This flight will have you retracing their remarkable routes from a birds eye view, all the way to the South Pole and back. This, approx. 16 hour flight, is the only one of its kind, anywhere in the world!
Astronomy lovers and adventurers, keen on searching for the enigmatic lights of the Aurora Australis from their window, will be astounded by this experience as they fly 60 degrees south, over the Southern Ocean and directly into the Southern Auroral zone by night.
A bucket-listers' favourite, travellers on these journeys are keen to gaze upon icebergs and ancient glaciers on a day flight over the coast and mountains of East Antarctica. Taking in the incredible beauty of the landscapes and learning about the history that lies below.
Fly into the night in a Qantas Dreamliner and bear witness to one of the world's most indescribable natural phenomena, the Southern Lights. Also known as the Aurora Australis, this display presents a dance of the sun's energy in our atmosphere via light and colour, backdropped by the night sky.
For one spectacular day, gaze upon frozen landscapes and ice formations of Antarctica from the comfort of a Qantas Dreamliner, as you learn about the last frontier from our team of Antarctica experts. Leave in the early morning and be home by bed time.
EXCLUSIVE WORLD-FIRST JOURNEY
On this approx. 16-hour return flight, we will celebrate some of Antarctica’s most illustrious history whilst experiencing the sheer vastness of this enigmatic continent, all the way to the South Pole! Hear from modern day explorers as they explain the terrain below.