Would you like to take a trip to the Frozen Planet? Would you like to see with your own eyes what your friends can only watch on TV? Does a voyage of a lifetime to Antarctica or the Arctic fill you with excitement?
Could this be your next big adventure?
Cruises to the Polar Regions are truly a once in a lifetime experience and only available to limited numbers. A cruise to either the Arctic or Antarctica gives you the chance to observe some of the most remote untouched and enchanting area on earth. Discover obscure destinations and isolated regions and view the world’s rarest wildlife species.
Cruises to the Polar Regions offer inconceivable chances of being able to see Polar Bears and Penguins from the luxury of your cruise ship as she cruises along and navigates the icebergs, floating amongst mighty glaciers. On an arctic cruise you can circumnavigate the North Pole taking in destinations which include Alaska, Canada, Finland, Greenland, Spitsbergen, Norway and Iceland. In the winter months you may even be able to marvel at the rare opportunity to see the mystical phenomenon that is the “Aurora Borealis” the Northern Lights.
On the other hand if you choose a cruise to Antarctica you can experience the greatest show of wildlife there which is whale watching, snow covered icebergs littered with a vast array of penguins, massive seal colonies and a cocophonus of birdlife which includes the mighty albatross.
You are able to approach these remote islands by small tender boats which give you such unique opportunities. For this reason cruise ships in these areas are restricted to the number of passengers allowed to be carried on each voyage normally around 100 – 150 maximum. This is why only the small ships cruise the Polar Regions.
To enhance you adventure the cruise ships have experienced expedition teams on board to pass on their vast knowledge of the area and wildlife to you.
Cruises to the Polar Regions are truly astonishing cruises that will take your breath away and leave you in awe of the sights you will have seen.