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Antarctica-medium Antarctica

Bow to the mighty Ice Queen

The most hostile part of our planet – a cold, dry place hard to describe in words. Why go? Just ask someone who’s been. Antarctica is truly majestic, the force and power of nature here dominates more than anywhere else. Nature dictates when you go to Antarctica, when you disembark the ship, what wildlife you see... You have to relinquish control, a rare thing these days. As humans it makes us feel humble and very small, it has the power to change the way we look at the world and our place in it.


All the penguins, all the icebergs and all the mountains but with added activity. This trip is for anyone who loves the idea of the spectacular landscapes and wildlife of Antarctica, but dislikes the idea of a more sedentary Antarctic Peninsula cruise.

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Fearless penguins, rotund seals, drifting icebergs and pristine wilderness. An expedition cruise to the last continent is the culmination of a lifetime’s travel for many; this carefully chosen small ship cruise will do justice to your dream.

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An outpost of Britain 8,000 miles from home. Desolate islands filled with millions of seabirds. And then you get to Antarctica. This expedition cruise is a comprehensive exploration of the south Atlantic and Antarctica’s wild landscapes and abundant wildlife.

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Beautiful icebergs continue even late in the summer season Ortelius ship in Antarctica Penguins trooping off an iceberg A vast emperor penguin colony on South Georgia