A total solar eclipse only occurs every one to two years and where better to see it than the pristine Antarctic continent. Late spring in this wilderness is the perfect time to photograph glistening icebergs, witness penguins building nests and watch whales emerge from the deep, to feed. For the eclipse you’ll find yourself in a favourable position in the Weddell Sea, ready to enjoy one of nature’s most ethereal spectacles. In South Georgia, encounter seal beach masters defending their harems and walk among some of the largest king penguin colonies on earth. On this special voyage, you will be joined by two NASA scientists, eager to share their knowledge of this natural phenonmenon and guide you through the scientific importance of this Great White Continent.
Witness a total solar eclipse in Antarctica - on this once-in-a-lifetime trip
Journey alongside NASA scientists - enjoy an engaging series of on-board lectures
Retrace Shackleton’s heroic mountain crossing - in South Georgia
Sail to the Falkland Islands - explore this magnificent archipelago, rich in birdlife
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