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Antarctica Classic

from $7,249 per person

Journey through the Antarctic Peninsula on this amazing 11-day adventure, passing through the Drake Passage, Weddell Sea and the world's most southerly city of Ushuaia.

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Antarctica Classic In-Depth

from $8,499 per person

Following on from the Antarctic Classic Tour, this in-depth version explores more of this fascinating part of the world for an unforgettable experience in one of the lesser-explored regions that has enchanted explorers for decades.

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Arctic Highlights

Beginning in Spitsbergen and ending in Reykjavik, this tour showcases the highlights of this stark and beautiful region from the comfort of the MS Expedition.

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Realm of the Polar Bear

Explore the Norwegian Arctic onboard the MS Expedition and seek out the awe-inspiring scenery and wildlife found here, including the majestic Polar bear.

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Realm of the Polar Bear In-Depth

Take an in-depth tour of the Norwegian Arctic region, providing a thorough exploration of this amazing part of the world and seeking out some of the extraordinary wildlife found here. This trip is aboard the ship MS Expedition

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Spirit of Shackleton

from $16,799 per person

The ultimate Antarctica Experience aboard the ship, MS Expedition. From South Georgia and the Falkland Islands to the starkly beautiful landscape of the Antarctic Peninsula, this amazing tour takes you on an unforgettable journey through some of the lesser-explored parts of the world.

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Explore the Beauty of Polar

The ultimate travel experience, the Polar Regions are two of the least visited areas on Earth. Starkly beautiful and home to some unique wildlife, these are ecosystems quite unlike anywhere else in the world. But despite the challenges attached to travel to the Polar Regions, they remain the dream adventure for so many people.

Permanently uninhabited, Antarctica is a serene landscape where the views are astounding and the wildlife is incredible. Brimming with crystalline glaciers and mighty icebergs, it’s a landscape that is truly awe-inspiring. The Arctic Circle does, in contrast, have inhabitants as well as an equally unique and complex ecosystem, including the Polar bear.

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