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A 24-day itinerary to explore the Antarctic Peninsula & South Shetland Islands before heading to the Weddell Sea and witness a total solar eclipse in the great white continent!
Discover the staggering beauty of the world’s largest fjord, see gigantic calving glaciers and Zodiac cruise around towering icebergs.
This expedition offers the opportunity to discover the awe-inspiring vistas of one of Antarctica’s most exceptional regions, the Weddell Sea, famed for its tabular icebergs and Shackleton's voyage.
Celebrate in style with a toast as you cross the Antarctic Circle, the ultimate polar geographical milestone! En-route, Zodiacs provide opportunity for you to deeply immerse with the wildlife.
An 11-day itinerary to circumnavigate Iceland, in this incredible journey, you will explore jaw-dropping landscapes from thundering waterfalls to majestic fjords and volcanoes.
With only one crossing of the Drake Passage, these ‘fly & sail’ itineraries allow more time for exploration to discover Antarctica.
From the geysers of Iceland to the deep fjords of Greenland, through to the rugged wilderness of Canada; this trip has it all. Spot whales and polar bears and you may even see the Nothern Lights.
Discover the secrets of magical Svalbard, deeply exploring magnificent fjords abundant with wildlife. Zodiac cruise past enormous glaciers and spot beluga whales surfacing in the crystalline waters
This expedition explores 3 wildly unique and captivating destinations. Discover the otherworldly landscapes of Iceland, the seldom-visited Jan Mayen Island and Svalbard the land of the polar bear.
On this spectacular 25-day voyage you’ll explore the Arctic’s stunning coastlines, sailing past calving glaciers, towering bird cliffs and pack ice, spotting walruses, reindeer and polar bears.
You will explore some of South America's most spectacular and diverse scenery, and immerse yourself in Chile’s fascinating culture and history.
West Greenland is a thrilling adventure playground, the Patagonia of the North boasts the Ilulissat Icefjord, one of the few glaciers through which the planet’s second largest ice cap reaches the sea