My Photos : Julia Kocubinski
I had the opportunity to travel to Antarctica with two of my favorite ladies. What a trip! The most beautiful and breathtaking place I have ever seen. Kayaking amongst icebergs, penguins, sea lions and even whales. How will I ever top this trip?
Read my journal : Ladies Trip to Antarctica
My Photos : Amy
We were on board the holiday 2011 sailing of L\'Austral with stops on the Falkland Islands, South Georgia Island, Antarctica, the South Shetland Islands and Cape Horn.
Read my journal : Memories of the Falkland Islands, South Georgia & Antarctic
My Photos : william Deily
My Antarctica Journal: Having crossed the Arctic Circle, Cancer, Capricorn, the Equator and International dateline, I was determined to complete the list by crossing the Antarctic Circle. I embarked on the Sea Spirit for their Southern Antarctica Expedition Cruise,
Read my journal : Antarctica Journal
My Photos : Fergus
November 2011 voyage on the Ocean Nova to the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, South Shetlands and the Antarctic Peninsula. When my wife and I finally went to Antarctica in November on the Ocean Nova, a Quark ship that carried us and 62 other passengers, it was the highlight of the year, if not a lifetime (well not yet!).
Read my journal : ANTARCTIC ODYSSEY 2011
My Photos : Sergey Semenchinskiy
Read my journal : Antarctica Voyage on Ocean Nova and Patagonia journey
My Photos : susan
It was an extraordinary trip; Antarctica, a continent, is an environment of monochromatic beauty accented with remarkable lighting. All the shades of white, grey and black in the skies, clouds, ice, land and sea depict a calmness, a serenity, a cohesiveness that is almost hypnotic. Watching the landscape/seascape never grew old. See the MonoAntarctica attached photos. I\'ve now had the honor of visiting all of the earth\'s 7 continents.It is so important to care for each of them.
Read my journal : Antarctica
My Photos : Ernst Keibel
...to finally walking up the gangplank of what everybody had been anticipating for more than a year. Would it do justice to expectations? Suffice it to say at this stage that Silversea\'s brochure seems to thrive on British understatement.
Read my journal : Antarctic on Prince Albert II
My Photos : April Killingsworth
My husband & I accomplished our goal of having visited all 7 continents with our Crossing the Circle cruise in March 2011. We started the trip by crossing below the Antarctic Circle, continued with zodiac cruises through iceberg graveyards, saw lots of wildlife, went camping on the ice and did a polar plunge...twice! All in all, it was the trip of a lifetime! (We\'ve uploaded only a fraction of our photos from our Antarctic adventure...feel free to check out our Facebook page if you want to see more! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Antarctica-Or-Bust/148762288643)
Read my journal : Crossing the Circle, Antarctica 2011
I went to : Antarctica
My Photos : Michael Gilbert
A voyage for two heading for the White Continent aboard the Antarctic Dream - filled with birds, marine wildlife, interesting lectures, new friendships and many memorable moments. This was early in the summer season so all was pristine. The time spent in the Antarctic seems like a dream.
Read my journal : Voyage for two on the Antarctic Dream
My Photos : Stephen Krupnick
Here is the ultimate South America adventure of a lifetime: a 12-day Antarctica Expedition cruise aboard the Professor Molchanov with a visit to the Ecocamp in Patagonia. To top it off - a visit to Buenos Aires and excursion to the beautiful Iguazu Falls. Are we missing anything?
Read my journal : Antarctica Expedition Cruise + Patagonia Tour
My Photos : Rene VanPelt
So in July of 2006 we started our year long adventure. After spending a couple of days in an Internet Cafe in Rio de Janerio, Brazil, and a flurry of emails back and forth to Jonathan of Adventure Life, we have booked our Antarctica Cruise.
Read my journal : Antarctica - Into the Icebox