An expedition to Antarctica on a wildlife cruise is a must for all nature lovers.
The South Pole to the is home to some of the world’s most amazing marine life, seabirds and incredible invertebrates.
Cruise visit in the southern hemisphere summer (Nov-Mar), along with many different species of wildlife.
There are seals, whales, Orcas, penguins, and a host of other sea birds to see on our Antarctic adventure cruise.
Most of the wildlife migrates to Antarctica to breed. This is one of the most beautiful and unexplored places on our planet.
Tiny invertebrates survive the winters by freezing, and, as temperatures warm, use internal anti-freeze to begin life again.
The most beautiful sunset I have ever seen - or am ever likely to see - when at anchor near Winter Island. Slamming vodkas at the Vernadsky station the following day. Display by a minke whale at Paradise Harbour. Taking in the majestic beauty of this pristine environment on an isolated promontory on Cuverville Island. I could go on.
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Join a group of like-minded travellers on a fixed date, guided wildlife tour in Antarctica.
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Prices From $12,395 / £9,995 per person
Dates: From December 2018 to December 2019
Capacity: 71 people
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Prices From $5,110 / £4,121 per person
Dates: From November 2018 to March 2020
Capacity: 90 people
Prices From $6,995 / £5,641 per person
Dates: From November 2018 to January 2019
Capacity: 112 people
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The cruise was great - fantastic organisation, very professional staff and all very interesting. We can’t recommend the cruise highly enough but it was not full – about 90 on board out of a possible 120. We were tempted to go on to Antarctica!
D. Rowell, UK, 2010
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