Antarctica Travel

Antarctica is the final frontier, the world's biggest remaining wilderness. It is an astounding environment, vast and white and almost magical.

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Sights & Sounds of Antarctica

There are not many places in the world that are exactly like their photos. Photos often show things at their best – sunrise, no people around, the road cropped out – and when you get there they are not quite as you imagined. But Antarctica is always photo perfect. There are no people. There are no roads.

The icebergs glisten in the sun, the water is deep and reflective, the snow is pristine and the wildlife is abundant. Albatross soar overhead.The penguins are mesmerizing to watch as they waddle awkwardly about their daily stone gathering, then dive into the water and transform into elegant streamlined creatures. 

It is a very special place that needs to be treated with extreme care. That's why all the Antarctica tours that we offer comply with regulations, and further, are examples of best practice eco-tourism. Protecting this beautiful, fragile environment is imperative.

Read about our adventures to Antarctica

Antarctica - what's a typical day like? ›

3 March 2017
Antarctica - what's a typical day like? So, you're thinking of ticking off the rarest and most unique continent there is - Antarctica. It sounds amazing. You've seen some David Attenborough documentaries, so you're pretty confident it's going to be beautiful. But what will each day really be like?
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Top 10 Places You Must Visit Part 2 ›

18 December 2014
We hope your travelling shoes are knotted tight and your passport is still at the ready, if our first round of places to go in 2015 didn’t inspire heavy dollops of wanderlust and ship loads of curiosity, the following fabulous five are sure to tantalise even the most cautious spirit into action.
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