Active Antarctica Adventure
The world’s last travel frontier is opening up. The White Continent is no longer as inaccessible as it once was, and it’s now possible to hike, camp, dive and climb on the world’s southernmost continent. Adventure holidays to Antarctica could see you scuba diving in polar waters, summiting peaks, sailing around the continent on an expedition ship, tracking elusive wildlife (or meeting the many penguins); you could even take to a kayak to paddle through the ice floes.
Wildlife of the White Continent
This epic 24-day adventure takes you on a once-in-a-lifetime voyage across the Southern Ocean to the wilds of Antarctica. Along the way you’ll travel through the Beagle Channel and the Drake Passage, call in at the curiously British Falkland Islands, explore the remote and wildlife-rich island of South Georgia with its former whaling station, and spend several days discovering the incredible landscapes and wildlife that call the Antarctic Peninsula home.
Spitsbergen Wildlife Adventure
This ten-day voyage sets sail from the port of Longyearbyen, famous for its past as a coal-mining town on Spitsbergen Island in the remote Svalbard Archipelago. On board an expedition ship designed to cope with the sea ice, you’ll travel around sounds, glaciers and tiny islands, with the chance to spot a huge array of wildlife from reindeer to polar bears.