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Visit a pristine polar region where Emperor penguins freely mingle with those bold enough to venture there.

  • The Antarcitica Peninsula is home to half of the world's emperor penguins.

  • For intrepid explorers passionate about serious outdoor adventure, explore the Antarctic Peninsula by ice-strengthened sailboat

  • Penguins, including this gentoo, often approach human visitors on the Falkland Islands.

  • Weddell seals, such as this male photographed on Deception Island, can dives up to 2,300 feet and can stay underwater for up to 80 minutes.

  • As you'll observe first-hand on an Antarctica voyage, penguins are very social animals.

The Antarctic region is one of the most pristine and remote wildernesses on the planet. Here you’ll find towering glaciers, massive ice shelves, multiple whale species and thousands of penguins. It is the ultimate destination for nature enthusiasts.

Available Tours


Classic Antarctica Expedition
Choose from a collection of ships and itineraries to fit your budget and schedule.
10 to 14-day tours from $4,295


Sailing Antarctica: The Ultimate Polar Nature Expedition
Rugged expeditioners who are passionate about outdoor adventure won't find a more exhilarating way to experience Antarctica's stunning wilderness and wildlife.
17-day tours from $22,995


Antarctica, Falklands & South Georgia
On this comprehensive voyage, experience the scenery and wildlife of the Falklands and South Georgia in addition to time on the Antarctic Peninsula.
19 to 24-day tours from $9,495



Inside Antarctica: A Rare Glimpse of a Whale Breaching
Antarctica: Discovery on the (Black-and-) White Continent
Inside Antarctica: Ship Life on an Antarctica Cruise – Then and Now
Inside Antarctica: Penguins, The Stars of the Show
Inside Antarctica: Rare Video of a Leopard Seal
Inside Antarctica: A Trip Like No Other – The Falklands and South Georgia Island
Inside Antarctica – Glacial Glissading
Inside Antarctica: The White Continent
Inside Antarctica with Nate Small – Photographer and Expedition Leader
Adventuring in Antarctica with Journalist Susan Moran
A Q-and-A on Climate Change in the Arctic with WWF’s Bryn Baker
Ten Interesting Facts about Glaciers
Save the Krill: Why These Tiny Creatures are Crucial to Antarctica’s Wildlife
Where in the World You Can See Penguins

WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures
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WWF in Antarctica
WWF works intently on one of the biggest threats to the area: climate change. Read more here

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