Experience the full spectrum of Antarctic wildlife on this incredible expedition voyage. In the Falkland Islands, where birdlife abounds, discover albatross and penguin rookeries while in South Georgia, beaches are thronged with jousting elephant seals, raucous fur seals and stately king penguins.
The Antarctic Peninsula is a pristine polar wilderness featuring abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. This classic voyage offers an authentic expedition in a wilderness of epic proportions. Its famous for its penguins while the waters are home to impressive numbers of marine mammals.
This is an extraordinary voyage on a one-of-a-kind ship, worthy of a true adventurer. In Murmansk, Russia you embark the nuclear-powered icebreaker 50 Let Pobedy for a roundtrip voyage to the geographic North Pole and the rarely visited Russian Arctic archipelago of Franz Josef Land.
Svalbard boasts one of the Arctic’s highest concentrations of polar bears and is one of the best places in the world to view polar bears hunting in their preferred habitat: the pack ice, although these wide-ranging and opportunistic Arctic nomads can just as well be found at other places and times during this expedition voyage.
The remote island of Jan Mayen and wild coast of Spitsbergen are High Arctic destinations accessible only by ship, home to Arctic wildlife and thousands of seabirds. This expedition voyage departs from Edinburgh, crosses the Arctic Circle to Jan Mayen and continues to Spitsbergen to explore the fjords in search of polar bears and other iconic wildlife.
Sail the seas in northern Norway and with luck see two amazing natural wonders; majestic whales and the mesmerising northern lights. On this voyage, a great camaraderie spirit develops on board and is ideal for independent minded travellers looking for a memorable expedition experience.
On this eco-adventure go in search of orcas and grizzlies in Canada's pristine waters and wilderness areas off the northeast coast of Vancouver Island. The glacier-carved Johnstone Strait in this remote coastal region is rich in land and marine wildlife.
During the winter months, herrring gather along the coast of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula in West Iceland attracting large pods of orca, dolphins and seabirds. On this small group holiday, boat trips can get you close to the orca with expert guides, while at night look out for the northern lights.
See, swim and interact with some of the Pacific Ocean's most iconic residents on this day trip (8 hours). Learn about the many species found in the waters surrounding Los Cabos from a qualified Marine Biologist. (4 hour and 2.5 hour boat trips also available).
Guadalupe is considered as one of the best places in the world for great white shark cage diving. That's not all, you’ll be mesmerized by the island itself and will enjoy regular panga rides to the elephant seal, sea lion and indigenous Guadalupe fur seal colonies.
Discover a pristine Mexican archipelago, with its unique ecosystem, remarkable marine life and world class diving, on the liveaboard Solmar V. Marine life includes giant Pacific mantas, over ten types of shark and seasonal migratory species like humpback whales, sailfish and marlin.
Spend five days kayaking along Patagonia's Gulf of San Jose coast on the Peninsula Valdes with southern right whales (June-Dec) and sea lions as well as visiting penguin and elephant seal colonies and camping under the stars each night.
A small vessel voyage into an isolated corner of Patagonia's fjords, accompanied by marine biologists, where you'll be amongst large groups of whales feeding and breaching. At night stay at an eco camp on a tiny island in the wilderness.
The perfect trip to combine ticking Antarctica off your bucket list with a stay in Patagonia's Torres del Paine National Park. Sail all the way to King George Island before catching a flight back to Patagonia where you can personalise your stay with a variety of outdoor activities.
Discover the Azores rich marine biodiversity on this fantastic day trip. Experience the thrill of swimming with dolphins and look out for whales and other marine life in their natural habitat, in the company of a professional team of marine biologists.