The allure of the Antarctic Peninsula is obvious - nowhere else in the world can you sail along ice-filled fjords and between spectacular icebergs while enjoying the company of sea birds, penguins, seals and whales. Amazement continues upon disembarkment, exploring the pristine landscape with an expert polar guide.
The world’s southernmost continent, Antarctica is an isolated, uninhabited island divided by the Transantarctic Mountains, one of the longest ranges in the world. Adventure is the very nature of an expedition to Antarctica - kayak, hike and explore one of the most untouched destinations on the planet.
- Kayak with humpback whales
- Snowshoe to uncharted peaks
- Experience the sounds of the Adélie penguin colonies
- View leopard seals from your Zodiac
WHEN TO VISIT
The best time to travel to Antarctica is during the Antarctic summer from November to March, when you’ll benefit from 24 hours of daylight and see wildlife at its busiest.