Antarctica cruises will take you to the far reaches of the globe that few ever get the opportunity to experience. The journey is spectacular and what awaits you is absolutely awe inspiring. Antarctica is quite simply like no other place on earth. The world's southernmost continent is covered with majestic peaks and glittering beauty. In the summer months in the Antarctic the sun never sets. Antarctica cruises will take you past icebergs to a land which is home to many creatures big and small. Humpback and Orca whales, penguins, and seals are a sight to behold as you cruise to Antarctica. Many bird species including the Albatross migrate to the South Pole each summer.
Antarctica cruises are usually offered on expedition-like vessels which are smaller in size and specially equipped with the highest polar ratings and which minimize the impact to Antarctica's fragile environment. While onboard, expert lecturers and naturalists provide information and unique insights about the destination's history, wildlife and surroundings.
Antarctica cruises depart from a number of ports and range in length from 7 to 68 days. Call now or book online to receive exclusive rates and special offers on your next Antarctic cruise.
Wildlife The wildlife of
Antarctica is as diverse as it is spectacular.
It is one of the few places in the world
where you can see penguin colonies, condors,
whales, sea lions and elephant seals living
in their natural habitat. A cruise to the
Antarctic is one of the best ways to see
these magnificent creatures.
and Naturalists A cruise to the
Antarctic provides a wealth of knowledge
that is emphasized even more by the expert
lecturers and naturalists that accompany
your journey. Learn about Antarctica’s
geography, wildlife and fragile ecosystems
on this once in a lifetime adventure.
Landscapes Antarctica was
formed more than 170 million years ago
and the vast and dramatic landscapes are
awe inspiring. Known as the blue continent,
Antarctica is filled with incredible blue
icebergs, glacier carved coves and some
of nature’s most unspoiled beauty
that few get the opportunity to visit
southernmost Continent Antarctica
is the southernmost continent on earth.
James Cook was one of the first explorers
to cross the Antarctic Circle in 1773,
followed by many other expeditions and
research teams seeking to learn about this
unique and exotic destination.