POLAR CIRCLE ANTARCTICA CRUISES
Voyage beyond the Antarctic Circle 66º33' South to pristine, unexplored reaches of Antarctica - beyond where most Antarctic expeditions venture! The majority of visitors to the Antarctic Peninsula never make it to the Polar Circle, this significant geographical boundary where the sun can shine 24 hours a day. The following intrepid cruises give you the chance to discover a frozen area of extraordinary beauty. Regions where powerful orcas and leopard seals patrol, while ethereal snow petrels grace the skies against a background of bristling mountains and surreal icebergs.
Also listed in this category of expeditions are the voyages to East Antarctica and the Ross Sea - where it is possible to reach the most southerly coastline in the world.