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Antarctica
Nowhere on Earth compares to Antarctica, a continent which was not even discovered until 1820. This lonesome white desert is the last true frontier, only inhabited by a small number of scientists conducting unique research experiments. In Antarctica, you will see remarkable wildlife including colonies of penguin, snow petrel and seal.
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Beautiful birds
There’s no permanent human population in Antarctica, but that’s probably just as well as the continent is already fully populated with other residents, from penguin to fur seal to whale. These fascinating, beautiful creatures are unfazed by the few people who do visit, making for intimate and mem...
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Antarctic Marine life
It is the polar birdlife - especially the penguin - which draws most adventurers to Antarctica. But the icy waters through which you sail are equally rich in wildlife, which you can appreciate from the boat as well as from the land.
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Camping on the ice
Camping in Antarctica is a fantastic way to experience the continent that early Antarctic explorers discovered, albeit in far more comfort. Sleeping on the ice, maybe under the midnight sun, listening to the splintering of icebergs and the crackling of glaciers is simply unforgettable.
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South Georgia
If you ever worried that there wouldn’t be much to see in Antarctica then fear not, South Georgia has more wildlife than virtually anywhere else on the planet! The colonies of king penguin - many of which have more than 150,000 pairs - are particularly thrilling sights.
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Antarctic Wildlife
There’s no permanent human population in Antarctica, but that’s probably just as well as the continent is already fully populated with other residents, from penguin to fur seal to whale. These fascinating, beautiful creatures are unfazed by the few people who do visit, making for intimate and mem...
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White Desert
White Desert’s Whichaway Camp is a unique Antarctic safari camp like nowhere else. The camp is surrounded by endless fields of snow and ice, rocky hills as old as time, and sleeping pods which would not look out of place on the moon.
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Australis NatHab Sailboat
Natural Habitat and the WWF have joined forces to launch the ultimate polar nature expedition ship. A veteran crew and the world’s premier polar naturalists welcome you onboard the Australis for a 10 day adventure of hiking, camping, and kayaking in the White Desert.
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Hebridean Sky
Hebridean Sky is the flag ship of Noble Caledonia. She underwent a complete renovation in 2016 and is now widely considered amongst the best small ships in the world. Sail on the Hebridean Sky in both poles, and along the Pacific Coast of the Americas, too.
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Ocean Endeavour
Quark Expeditions launched the newly refurbished, ice strengthened Ocean Endeavour as the first health and wellbeing focused ship in Antarctica. You can combine remote landings and Zodiac excursions with VOYA spa treatments, yoga classes, and his and hers saunas, too!
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Akademik Sergey Vavilov
When you are venturing through icy waters to the ends of the Earth, you need a ship which is up to the challenge as an ordinary cruise ship isn’t designed to cut through the thick polar ice. But the Akademik Sergey Vavilov is no ordinary vessel: it’s a purpose built, ice strengthened polar expedi...