Long known as the last frontier on Earth, Antarctica has many accolades. It’s the driest, coldest and windiest continent, it has no native population, nor countries within it, and it’s home to an astounding 90% of the world’s ice. Fascinatingly, its landscape is also dotted with dozens of volcanic peaks – some of which are still active. Antarctica is wilderness at its most raw and beautiful and today, it’s more accessible than ever.
Navigate the Drake Passage, spot penguins, and follow in the footsteps of the world’s great explorers as you journey across glaciers and ice sheets. The great white continent is a land of wonder and unlike anywhere else on the planet. Click here to learn more about when is the best time to visit Antarctica.
Antarctica is one of the most pristine pieces of wilderness on the planet. But, when is the best time to go? Antarctica is like another world. In this far southern continent, Mother Nature rules; cross the Drake Passage and you’ll enter the domain of natural wonder at its finest. Here, wildlife from penguins to whales...Read more
Shore excursions are the highlights of any expedition cruise - here's what you need to know For most, travelling to Antarctica is a once-in-a-lifetime journey. The frozen continent is home to extraordinary wildlife, a baffling landscape and 90% of the world’s ice. It’s also one of the most remote places in the world, m...Read more
From temperature to sights and safety, we answer the most commonly asked questions It’s hard to believe that wild and untamed frontiers still exist today, but that’s exactly what Antarctica is. Nature at its most raw and unfiltered; where penguins, seals, whales and birds roam the icy land unencumbered. The only place...Read more