Antarctica is the last wilderness, an untamed and uninhabited continent that promises to dazzle even the most world weary traveller with its stunning glacial landscapes, unique and prolific wildlife and the feeling that comes from experiencing nature at its most extreme. Stepping foot on the Antarctic Peninsula for the first time is an incredible experience and one that we recommend for everyone.
Wildlife lovers should be sure to include it on their itinerary. Known of the ‘Serengeti of the Southern Ocean” this island has some of the greatest concentrations of wildlife on earth, including millions of fur seals, sea birds and southern elephant seals. Nothing can prepare you for witnessing almost half a million king penguins on Salisbury Plain!
The continent’s northernmost point is just 1,000km from Tierra del Fuego. The pristine coastline, majestic icebergs and remote wilderness of the peninsula form the quintessential Antarctic experience.
A remote and beautiful group of islands, with a temperate climate, unbelievably rich in wildlife and very welcoming people. Explore the quaint British town of Port Stanley.
Explore the less frequently visited sites south of the Antarctic Circle and experience the midnight sun.