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Antarctic Peninsula
(Best visiting period: November – March)

Here we are- Antarctica! Usually, the program is scheduled twice landings each day, which may vary depending on local wind, ice, weather conditions, theopportunities to see wildlife. The final daily program will be determined with flexibility by captain and Expedition Leader on board, after daily carefully evaluation. Activities may include zodiac landing, wildlife colonies visiting, scientific base or historical sites visiting, if permitted.

Antarctica, Falkland Islands, and South Georgia
(Best visiting period: October – March)

This voyage, encompassing three Antarctic islands (Falkland Islands, S. Georgia and Antarctic Peninsula), is a precious journey to Antarctic area. It will bring you to the depth exploration of Antarctica and explore the remote world: the wildlife paradise of South Georgia, the remote Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), and the extraordinary beauty of the Antarctic Peninsula. Along the way you will have the opportunity to see plenty of amazing wildlife, including penguins, seals, sea birds, and even whale as well as the stunning icebergs landscapes.

Weddell Sea- Emperor Penguin Voyage
(Best visiting period: October – March)

Experience some unforgettable viewings of magnificent tabular icebergs. A perfect voyage if you are looking for an in depth exploration of the most diverse and productive Antarctic area, combining the best of the Western side and the remote Eastern side of the Antarctic Peninsula. The Weddell Sea abounds with plentiful wildlife: most significantly it is the realm of the Emperor Penguin, who early in the Antarctic Summer, make their way from the edge of the ice into open water.

Antarctica: Fly+Cruise
(Best visiting period: December – February)

Flying over Cape Horn and the mythical waters of the Drake Passage, we invites you to a unique experience that will take you to one of the most remote places on earth, the coldest, highest, windiest, driest, and most inhospitable continent – Antarctica.

Sub-Antarctica
(Best visiting period: November – February)

This is the most abundant journey with diverse collection of seabirds in the world. The delicately designed wildlife tour voyage includes the visits to the Snares, Auckland, Macquarie, Campbell, Antipodes, Bounty Islands and Chatham Archipelago. Diversified species and various wildlife will satisfy your heart. Let you bring back with lovely images and touching memory, which is fabulous.

South Pole
(Best visiting period: December – January)

Experience the ultimate destination - the South Pole - where all 360 lines of longitude meet and in a few steps you can walk around the world. One of the greatest stories in Antarctic exploration is the race to reach the Geographic South Pole. The heroic journeys of Amundsen, Scott and Shackleton still fascinate and inspire us to travel to the end of the Earth.

Antarctic Circle
(Best visiting period: February - March)

This Polar Circle and Antarctic Peninsula cruise passes through waters travelled by Humpback, Minke and Fin whales. Anchoring in various spots around the region, the expedition offers the chance to hike, kayak, and dive in the iceberg-heavy waters.

Emperor Penguins
(Best visiting period: November – December)

Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the Gould Bay Emperor Penguin Colony on the remote coast of the Weddell Sea. Camp on the same sea ice where thousands of birds come to raise and feed their young. Photograph majestic emperors and their chicks against a spectacular backdrop of ice cliffs, pressure ridges, and icebergs. Spot petrels and seals amongst the endless white expanse.

Ross Sea
(Best visiting period: December – February)

Cruise to the southern reaches of the Antarctic Peninsula, Peter I Island, the Bellinghausen and Amundsen Seas, and on into the Ross Sea.


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