Antartica & Arctic
Welcome to the Poles, the most remote and fascinating regions of the world which, so far, had only been accessible to the privileged few. Sail into spectacular fjords surrounded by towering mountains and glaciers, thrill at the experience of your powerful icebreaker tackling the pressure ridges, hummocks and ice floes of these worlds, land by expertly-piloted helicopter in areas inaccessible by Zodiac, discover historic sites of polar exploration; and call at lands rarely visited before.
The Arctic coastlines offer some of the finest scenery and wildlife experiences in the world with enormous colonies of seabirds thronging the cliffs and shores, enjoy the thrilling antics of whales and dolphins at sea and seals and Walrus hauled out on the rocks and ice floes and encounter the very symbol of the Arctic, the Polar Bear.
Antarctica is said to be the coldest, driest and windiest place on earth, yet Antarctica and the Sub-Antarctic Islands are some of the last truly unspoilt regions of the world. The mysterious White Continent, with its multi-colored ice caps, glistening glaciers and towering snow-capped mountains, offers unparalleled scenery and photographic opportunities.