EXPERIENCE THE SURPRISING UNDERWATER WORLD OF THE POLAR REGION
by choosing a charter yacht with a submarine, getting up close to an enormous jellyfis, large fish species, sea mammals and the occasional penguin flock.
VENTURE ASHORE TO THE POLAR POST OFFICE
and museum of Port Lockroy, which was once a secret World War II base for the Allies, and remained a British research station until 1962.
SEE SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON’S HUT
at Cape Royds on Ross Island, now inhabited by a flock of Adelie penguins, then head to Cape Evans to see Captain Scott’s second hut, now preserved by staff at the Scott Base.
CAMP OUT FOR A NIGHT ON THE ICE
and imagine you are a legendary explorer from days gone by, then try your hand at some unique skiing on the slopes overlooking the nesting birds and basking sea lions below.