Wild Tracks

Nothing prepares you for the heart-stopping pristine beauty of Antarctica. Sight, sound and yes, the smell of the penguin colonies. Ice-scapes, ice-cliffs, ice-bergs of cobalt blue that dwarf everything in their midst. Soaring albatross and swooping petrels, fluking whales, bobbing seals and one-ton belching elephant seals. Sunsets and sunrises separated by crimson-streaked skies. Antarctica can only be described as a paradise in ice.

Here, life takes on another dimension: it is a desert of ice where mammals only survive on the very edge of the continent, their food stores plundered from the ocean, the skies peppered with sea birds. Should you venture into the interior, your survival depends on everything brought in by humans.

We know that an expedition to Antarctica is often a once-in-lifetime experience, and for that reason we have the right itinerary for each intrepid soul venturing to the last wilderness frontier.

Angie's Expert Insight

If you are a polar history nut like me, The Huts are a must. They are frozen in time. Entering one, you step back into the pages of history and can still feel the presence of Shackleton and Scott.
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Antarctica is all the more wondrous that for the last 100 years this frozen continent has brought us a history of extraordinary achievements and heart-breaking failures. The stories of polar exploration are rich, and the bravery of people like Sir Ernest Shackleton, Frank Wild, Capt. Robert Scott and their modern-day counterparts: Henry Worsely, Børge Ousland and the British Ice Maidens, are unparalleled, and still draw us to Antarctica.

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