Antarctica Holidays & Travel Facts

Set sail for the last great wilderness and travel in the footsteps of explorers past. As the coldest, driest and windiest continent on the planet, this destination would be all but impossible to visit if not for the custom built expedition ships that visit the area.

  • Antarctica penquins
  • Antarctica crabbeater seal
  • Antarctica Iceberg
  • Baleen whale

Overview for Antarctica

Cross the fabled Drake Passage to the Antarctic Peninsula travelling through dramatic ice covered scenery.

Then set foot on the white continent, something you’ll never forget, and witness giant icebergs sculptured by nature in shades of iridescent blue and towering mountain peaks.

As the long days of summer take hold, the sheer abundance of wildlife will astound you.

From penguins to seals and whales and a large variety of bird life, this truly is a nature lover’s paradise.

Pristine locations provide limitless photo opportunities, which allow the chance to get up close and personal with the unique fauna.

Take in a lecture from an onboard naturalist giving you a further insight to the Antarctic environment and exploration history.

This is definitely an adventure of a lifetime and one to tell the grandkids about.