The last continent discovered remains the least explored destination on earth. Mere words cannot describe its majesty, and even the most striking photos fall short of conveying the immense scale and otherworldly beauty of this remote destination. Combine Antarctica with magnificent Chilean Fjords and picturesque Patagonia or add the wildlife Eden of South Georgia and the far-flung Falkland Islands.
What awaits you there – the snowy, sentinel mountain ranges, teeming penguin colonies and stately parades of monumental icebergs; the sight of an albatross effortlessly gliding across an ink-blue sea and the unexpected rainbow of mist arising from a breaching whale – all of that is virtually unchanged from the time before Antarctica’s discovery.
90% of the world’s ice is here in the form of massive glaciers and impressive icebergs. Despite sub-zero temperatures, few places teem with so much life. Antarctica is home to huge populations of wildlife, including whales, seals, and more penguin species than anywhere else in the world.