Antarctica is an enigma. It looms at the bottom of our globes, calling to travelers of intrepid spirit. It lacks a native population—a unique claim not shared by any other continent. The only people to tell its stories are explorers and adventurers. A glance across the terrain might make you believe there is nothing here at all, but as the few who journey here can assure you, Antarctica is so much more than what initially meets the eye.

Antarctica boasts a mighty array of colors. The ombre of blues on the ice and the vibrant green and rich navy of the water. The bright gold that adorns the flocks of king penguins and the the stark black eyes that watch curiously from the seal colony. Entering that world promises a depth of natural beauty that’s experienced only by a privileged few. We invite you to join their ranks.  


A trip to Antarctica isn't solely about watching the scenery as you sail by. On an Antarctic cruise you have privileged access to the wonders of the 7th continent. Leave the boat behind for some snowshoeing on the snowy hills, or get even closer to the water on kayaks as you weave between glaciers and under ice formations. For an even more (literally) breath-taking experience, dive right into the frigid waters of the Antarctic sea! If you're looking for the type of destination that will never be described as touristy, you've found it.