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Antarctica
There is nothing quite like pretending you are a wildlife biologist, even if only for a few minutes, during your visit to Antarctica. Because not many people visit the continent, most wild animals haven’t developed a fear of humans, which means...
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Antarctica
Reaching the bay of this strange island isn’t easy; ships must navigate the narrow entranceway known simply as Neptune’s Bellows. But this unique geography is what has made the island one of the safest ports in Antarctica. In fact, even the term...
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While cruising around Antarctica, you will usually be on the fringes of the continent, stopping at islands and ice floes. There are opportunities, though, to actually set foot on the continent itself, like at Brown Bluff. Located at the northern...
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Antarctica
Sure, in photos they look cute and snuggly. But once you're up close to a massive seal, separated only by a few feet, one's perception suddenly changes. Antarctica is home to many species of seal, including the fur and leopard seals. Leopard seals...
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Crossing the notorious Drake Passage on an expedition-style cruise to Antarctica is on the bucket list of many brave travelers around the world. This body of water, connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, is known for its unpredictable weather...
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Where ships stop in Antarctica depends on a lot of factors, principally ice and weather. Most tour operators, though, will try to include several stops whenever possible. If you’re lucky, one of these stops will include the chance to climb a snowy...
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A popular activity at snowy resorts around the world, snowshoeing also offers you the opportunity to strap in and cover some ground in Antarctica. Several adventure tour companies include an afternoon or full-day outing on snowshoes, giving guests...