Antarctica is the coldest, highest, windiest, and driest of all Earth’s continents, though it grants access to many of the most dazzling sights our planet has to offer.
Gray Rock Peaks punch out of the wind-carved snow, passing Icebergs dot the dark blue waters, and wildlife abounds that can be seen nowhere else – all serving to remind us that we are truly in another world.
The North Pole is the top point of earth. At the North Pole, night and day occurs continuously half the year. The North Pole is in the middle of the Arctic Ocean and is surrounded by Alaska, Canada, Greenland and Russia.
The underwater icy vistas are made spectacular by the sun’s rays, with the brightest colours leaping to life. Walls of kelp and fascinating ice formations add to the magic.
The season in the Antarctic Peninsula runs from November to March.