--- Menu --- Blog Traveler Stories News Travel Tips Responsible Travel Our Office Author Courtney Jordan After a great breakfast and pack up of lunch, we are off to see the park. We are in and out of the van all day with our little group and really get to see a lot. Salto Grande Waterfall, Grey … Author Rhonda Markel To dream is to be alive!
Ever since I was a little girl I dreamed about visiting the Galapagos Islands. Little did I know, that one day I would achieve that dream, not from Montreal where I was born, … Author Glory Moore The morning weather started off a bit on the dreary side which didn't make for spectacular photography, but that didn't stop me from shooting a lot of flamingo photos. One of my ''so close'' moments … Author Courtney Jordan We are up early and again a little confusion, as we never rec'd our welcome packet upon arrival in Santiago. We wait outside the hotel early, as we know we are supposed to get picked up for the … Author Glory Moore If I didn't have the photos to prove it, I'd think I was dreaming. Quite possibly one of my favorite islands this trip. The weather being perfect made it that much more magical. Took tons (and by … Author Courtney Jordan After an early flight (which is longer than we thought and there was no food), we are hungry and ready to officially start the trip. After a little confusion with transportation, we take a taxi to … Author Glory Moore The trip is off to a grand start. Got settled in on the Millennium, organized the photo bag and then headed back to the island for a trip to the educational center. Great photography opportunities … Author Courtney Jordan After a long night of travel, we arrive in Santiago around 10am. It is pretty hot. We walk around Bella Vista after checking in to the hotel. We have to go to bed early, as our flight is at 5:30am … Author Adventure Life See rockhopper penguins up close on a Falkland Islands tour. Photo by: Jo Turner
An absolutely stunning day today! Due to departing Antarctica a half day early, the Expedition Leader requested … Author Adventure Life An absolutely stunning day today! Due to departing Antarctica a half day early, the Expedition Leader requested permission for an additional landing in the Falklands. The landing was at Steeple … Author Adventure Life Pete Dohrn takes the Polar Plunge! Photo from Gregory Dohrn's Antarctica album
This is it. Our last chance to make it to the Emperor Penguin Rookery at Snow Hill. At 5:30 AM, … Author Adventure Life Adelie penguins jumping into sea
Woke to poor visibility and the 5:30am announcement that helicopter flights to Snow Hill were delayed. An hour went by and another announcement came … Author Elizabeth Conway Adventure Life Women explore Antarctica
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Just a quick note to let you all know that we have fallen in deep deep love with Antarctica. I will fill you … Author Elizabeth Conway After all, I have a new penguin snow-globe promise to live up to. Author Elizabeth Conway ...in the hands of a three-year-old.
As promised, I brought my son Samuel home a penguin ... in the form of a snow-globe purchased in Ushuaia. He loved it, and dropped it on his way into school for … Author Elizabeth Conway And Antarctica brought it enthusiastically to the surface. Here's just a few of the species I can add to my developing bird-log: Magellanic Woodpecker (spotted during our hike in Tierra del Fuego … Author Adventure Life Image from Gregory Dohrn's Antarctica Journal
What a day! Today we entered Antarctic Sound, also known as Iceberg Alley. And what a place it is! Gigantic table icebergs float everywhere, and on … Author Elizabeth Conway Both Julia and Renee and eight other passengers went sea kayaking during our trip -- and at least one of them was able to bring a lucky charm through customs. In one afternoon, the kayakers had … Author Elizabeth Conway A member of our expedition team, Russian born Valdimir has taken over 120 expeditions to Antarctica (each that included roughly 4 days in the Drake). Needless to say, we were in very capable and … Author Adventure Life Albatross cruising the Drake Passage to Antarctica
The ship has been rocking back and forth since around 2 am this morning.
Swells look to be about 12 feet high, and the crew calls this the Drake … Author Adventure Life Leaving Ushuaia for Antarctica
Four hours to go to board the ship! Passengers are gathering in the hotel bar and conversation is lively as we wait the final hours for our Antarctica cruise to … Author Elizabeth Conway One of our expedition staff grew up in Owatonna, MN - just a hop-skip-and-a-jump away from my hometown. And, as we boarded the ship, Renee was reunited with a former professor! Author Julia Kocubinski Another day of trying to make it to some lectures. Unfortunately, the hardest part of the boat for me happened to be the lecture room. It was towards the front of the boat and so seemed to rock much … Author Elizabeth Conway When we were camping at Paradise Bay, the curious penguins decided to visit us at all hours of the night -- literally right outside the tent -- and practice their best squawk. Other visitors that …
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