Flying from Dublin to Buenos Aires (or Santiago) and then on to Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego, we embark on our voyage across the Drake Passage to spend 19 nights/20 days sailing to South Georgia, Elephant Island and around the Antarctic Peninsula witnessing the dramatic scenery and the biggest variety of wildlife in Antarctica. For more information on our expeditions; click the links below.
Antarctica is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Its gigantic icebergs and ice shelves are found nowhere else on the globe. Its vast mountain ranges and the enormous emptiness of the polar plateau is something to be seen. Travelling there is like visiting no other country. Antarctica is the last vast wilderness on our planet. The sub-zero temperatures, winds and weather literally send shivers down the spine. It's a place of extremes - beautiful and serene, savage and violent - and its scale is almost unfathomable.
But be warned, weather and ice - not clocks and calendars - set the schedule for a journey here. No matter what the reason for your visit, you'll be at the mercy of the continent's changing moods and weather patterns.
Track our Expedition
Once we depart, this website will help us share our expedition with you. You will be able to track the expedition online and stay up-to-date with each explorer - using their own personal blog - offering you their latest photos, videos and audio content. Antarctica offers unparalleled photo opportunities of many species of whales, seals, penguins and seabirds - this promises to be an unforgettable experience.
(find out more about blogs from Wikipedia)
- Expedition Goals