Setting foot on the seventh continent is a privilege and an honor. Join Antarctica 21 who pioneered travel to Antarctica by air, before boarding your small expedition vessel as you head to the 'White Continent'
There's still a side of the Earth that remains virtually untouched. An entire continent of windswept expanses, snow-shrouded peaks, and haunting emptiness stretching to the far horizon. A place where ice takes on hues of turquoise and iridescent blue so surreal that you feel you've entered a dream world. Where even as you reach for words to describe your sense of awe, you realize none will ever capture the experience of being here.
For wildlife lovers and photographers, its the ultimate trip! Penguins, whales, seals, and seabirds congregate in Antarctica during the austral summer. Present in large numbers, you can move along in their world and find endless inspiration for photographs. For the more adventurous you can cruise in a Zodiac boat to shore, and follow in the footsteps of early explorers as you hike on Antractic soil. There is also optional sea kayaking, hiking and snowshoeing programs to make the most of your time on the 'White Continent'.