Tours in the Polar Region
We have handpicked some of the most authentic and luxurious ways to experience the true wilderness and beauty of these regions, whether you want to explore in luxury or simply get up and close to nature we have a range of itineraries suited for the true polar adventurer. Highlighting environmental awareness and responsible technology as you go, expedition cruises throughout these remarkable destinations are a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, allowing us to create a customized itinerary to perfectly suit your interests and want you want to get out of your trip.
Due to the proximity to other continents allowing nicely to combine with other countries such as Argentina and Chile or Iceland and Canada, to form part of a truly epic itinerary. The Polar regions call all adventure enthusiasts and intrepid travelers alike, your trip can be as action packed as you would like, one thing for sure is that you will have an exceptional and unique time traveling to the Polar regions with us.
Limitless Antarctica: Emperors & South Pole
Cape Town, Wichaway Camp Antarctica, South Pole, Wichaway, Cape Town
If you're searching for the ultimate bucket list trip, it doesn't get better than this. Only for the boldest of adventurers, this itinerary takes you deeper into the Great White Continent, lands you at the incredible Emperor penguin colony and offers you the chance to overnight at the South Pole. Share the experience with a maximum of 11 other...
Ultimate Northwest Passage
This is the ultimate Arctic voyage that takes you through the complete Northwest Passage. Designed for the true Arctic adventurer, following several different Explorer routes the itinerary crosses the High Arctic from Greenland to Alaska. Experience crystal clear glaciers, dramatic fjords and impressive icebergs; encounter a variety of different...
Extraordinary Antarctica: Cross the Polar Circle
Santiago, Punta Arenas, Antarctica, Punta Arenas, Santiago
Whilst more and more adventurers are setting their sights on Antarctica, few make it to 66°33’ S and cross the Antarctic Circle. Those who do are treated to a world of pristine sea ice, the abandoned signs of human activity now frozen in time and absolute silence. The itinerary we showcase below offers guests the chance to fly over the Drake...