The March of the Penguins
You hear them before you see them. A loud and almost brash call that alone would be shrill enough to make you jump. As the Emperor penguins call out to each other it sounds almost like a welcoming song. Passing the large sheet of jagged ice on your left, you see them. Parents looking after the young whose fluffy excuse for feathers is moulting, making way for a brand new, striking set.
As you reach for your camera, a young penguin approaches, ruffling his features to allow the cool air to reach his downy feathers. A couple of minutes pass too fast as he loiters and shouts, before slipping onto his stomach and sliding away back to his family.
March of the Penguins made the plight of the Emperor penguins famous amongst people of all ages. If you're lucky enough to encounter these curious creatures during your Antarctic adventure, intimate encounters will be on the cards! The sheer beauty of your breath-taking surrounds, alongside the playful family dynamics, make your experience truly magical.