Twin Tracks Expeditions
Expeditions to the ends of the earth
Your trusted polar agency for bookings to Antarctica and the Arctic
Antarctica and the Arctic
There’s a reason visiting Antarctica or the Arctic is considered the trip of a lifetime. The polar regions are unlike anywhere else on earth. But with so many options available, it can be difficult to choose the season, ship or expedition that’s right for you.
That's where we come in.
FEATURED UPCOMING VOYAGE
July 23rd - AUg 2nd, 2022
Svalbard: Flight of the Eagle
This carefully planned expedition is a truly unique opportunity to experience the incomparable beauty and remote wilderness of Svalbard while also revisiting the North Pole quest of Salomon August Andrée and his comrades, in an authentic expeditionary setting on board the 53 passenger MV Polar Pioneer, accompanied by special guest experts.
For history buffs, this is not to be missed
As a polar agency, we can help with all expedition planning and booking for both small expedition ship voyages and intimate 12-passenger ship voyages.
Small Ship Expedition Voyages
Antarctic and Arctic
For an epic voyage on a small expedition ship to Antarctica or the Arctic, we can book you on a tour with a trusted and vetted polar operator.
12-passenger Expedition Ship Voyages
If you’re looking for a more exclusive and personal experience, you can join a Twin Tracks guided tour on a 12-passenger vessel to the Arctic.
How Do I Choose the Right Polar Cruise for Me?
Take our short polar quiz to narrow down what options will best suit your travel style + budget.
Twins-tried, twins-tested, Twin Tracks
You could think of us like the two poles: twin brothers who are the North and South of a family business. We’ve guided expeditions, led dog sled teams and kayaked around icebergs to gather the first-hand knowledge and insights that continue to inspire and inform countless polar adventures.
So, where to?
Everything you need to know about travelling to Antarctica, from seasons to penguins.
Polar bears, walruses, indigenous populations – there’s more going on in the Arctic than you might imagine.