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Expedition Cruises to the Arctic and Antarctica
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The polar regions aren't just our livelihood, they're our passion.

It’s not every day you’re planning to go this off the beaten path. We offer impartial advice and support to help you find the best ship, itinerary, and time of year to visit these remote regions. With a combined two and a half decades of experience working as polar expedition guides on ships, leading dog sled teams, and polar kayaking trips, we can advise on all elements of your polar travel adventure, from which cabin is the best choice on the ship, down to what to pack so you’ll be ahead of the game.

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ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

FEATURED VOYAGES

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Choosing the right Antarctic adventure for your needs can be a tough call. If you’re keen to step on the 7th continent and get in some penguin-time, an Antarctic Classic itinerary is a great choice.

If that sounds great PLUS you want to follow in the footsteps of Shackleton, experiencing what it’s like to stand on a beach in the company of 100,000 King penguins, the Falklands/South Georgia/Antarctica voyage may just be the ticket.

And if you’re short on time why not skip the sea days and just fly down to the Antarctic Peninsula with a Fly-Cruise expedition? Get in touch and we can talk you through the options.

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SMALL SHIP : SPRINGTIME IN SVALBARD

Experience the true expedition feel with just a handful of other adventurers on a small, versatile ship and a skilled team of polar bear spotters.

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SMALL SHIP : ARCTIC AUTUMN LIGHT

Witness the light change as the Arctic summer winds down, offering unparalleled photographic opportunities of both wildlife and landscape.

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SVALBARD-GREENLAND-ICELAND

This expedition is the Arctic "jewel in the crown" as you get to experience three of the most magical destinations in the north, all in one fell swoop.

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The good news is - you've got options!

The bad news is, how are you supposed to know which one to choose? There are a lot of factors to weigh in your decision such as:

  • time of the season - which can affect what wildlife you’ll see
  • ship capacity - which can affect how much time you get on land
  • price point - which can determine whether you’re sharing a toilet with the rest of the deck or luxuriating in your en suite shower
  • available adventure activities - Kayaking? Camping? Both?

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg (pun intended). Give us a call and we’ll help you dig through all the options to find the perfect mix of all the above at zero extra cost to you.

MEET THE TEAM

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Polar Expedition Leader, Dog Musher, Kayak Guide
Polar Expedition Leader, Kayak Guide, Extreme Adventure Skier
Business Development Manager + Polar Guide
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REAL ADVENTURES. REAL PEOPLE

David makes every stop on the trip a highlight

I had a fantastic trip to Svalbard with David as a guide. His great experience and burning interest in the Arctic and Antarctica really shines through. He has an extensive knowledge of all parts of the wildlife but is at the same time also incredibly competent as a polar historian, making every stop on the trip a highlight.

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INSIDER ADVICE

We’re a different kind of agency. We work on the ships, with the teams, and are currently active in the polar regions. Our insider advice is truly that - straight from the field - and it's updated in real time if things change.

ANTARCTICA

Everything you need to know about traveling to Antarctica. Including what time of the season is best for what you’re most keen to see.

ARCTIC

Everything you need to know about traveling to the Arctic. Which is a bit like our proverbial backyard/second home (because we’ve lived there).

WHAT TO BRING

Everything you need to know about what to bring on your trip. Including unusual stuff like why you might want goggles in Antarctica, or extra batteries in Svalbard.