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PArks & Attractions in Antarctica

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Where you will visit will depend on where and how you set off from your starting point in South America. The ice channels of the Antarctic Peninsula, the South Shetland Islands, filled with rookeries of penguins, and across the Drake Passage are amongst some of the most common stops along the expedition route and are amongst the just some of the highlights of Antarctica's attractions. The Falkland Islands and South Georgia, long off the radar for travellers, are now also increasingly popular for their uniquely pristine beauty.

This region has never been so accessible to explore, with travel to the region having developed a lot over the last 20 years. 

Top PARKS & ATTRACTIONS in Antarctica

Parks & Attractions of Antarctica

Antarctic Peninsula

Breathtaking and completely mind-boggling, exploration on the Antarctic Peninsula includes some of the most amazing wildlife & landscapes.

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Drake Passage

A deep waterway 600 miles wide that connects the Atlantic & Pacific; Drake Passage is known for having rough seas & amazing surrounds.

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Falkland Islands

A beautiful & remote set of islands with some rich wildlife, friendly people & a unique way of life.

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Lemaire Channel

Lemaire Channel is well known as one of the most photogenic straits in Antarctica and is often a highlight on trips to the Antarctic Peninsula.

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South Georgia

South Georgia is possibly one of the most dramatic and beautiful islands in the world, it is even possible to explore here by ski trekking.

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South Orkney Islands

Beautiful, sparsely vegetated and uninhabited, the South Orkney Islands are surrounded by crashing icebergs.

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South Shetland Islands

Follow the footsteps of the intrepid explorers before you as you explore the Shetland Islands, meet the wildlife & even camp out.

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