- Shackleton Centenary On the centenary year of the Endurance Expedition, Ice Tracks is organising a special departure to the Falkland, South Georgia, Elephant Island and the Antarctic Peninsula. Honouring Sir Ernest Shackleton and his men is at the very heart of this unique voyage. Combined with an important fund-raiser for the Friends of the Scott Polar Research Institute this anniversary jopurney promises to be a once in a lifetime event not to be missed.
- Antarctica The magnificence of Antarctica is something to be experienced. Ice filled bays, colossal icebergs and pristine scenery; there is no other place like it on earth. Tobogganing penguins, soaring albatross and fluking whales bring nature into a new realm of wildlife watching.
An Arctic voyage is an experience of contrasting scenery, natural history and culture. The Lancaster Sound, a wildlife super-highway, offers great opportunities to find polar bear and the shy walrus
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Thank you to each one of you for your friendship and for sharing this beautiful part of our planet with us. Guts and Caro do you realise what you have achieved ? It has always been a lifelong dream to visit Antarctica and you have been the catalyst that made it all possible.
Hengelene – Pretoria South Africa
We thank you both for putting so much work into our trip to South America - we had the most incredible time and are already recommending it to our friends. Tessa Tennant & Lou de Marco from the UK travelled with Ice Tracks Expeditions to Patagonia, Atacama and the Amazons February and March 2014.
Lou and Tessa – Liminghton UK
When I feel my blood pressure rise or I start thinking that I’m getting stressed at work I just think of the beautiful, pristine, quiet wonderland that we had the privilege of visiting. It works.
Kiersten and Rob Kirk – Gauten South Africa
Yes we were an EXCEPTIONAL group and yes we were in PARADISE but Ice Tracks Expeditions made it all happen. The organization, the personal care interest love and passion that you surrounded us with was really something.
Shirley Kaplan from Cape Town, South Africa
The whole experience was awesome. from breathtaking walks on varying terrains and exhilarating encounters with Nature's amazing palette and deft sculptures to jaw dropping recounts from other adventurers privileged to have witnessed what I couldn't.
Stan Pulgies – Australia