Discover it with the best ice team on Earth
Remote. Untrammeled. Spectacular. Antarctica is as far from the familiar as you can get without vertical liftoff, and one of the most exhilarating adventures on Earth. There are many reasons to go to Antarctica. Penguins, for example, tuxedoed and gleaming. Ice is another: an entire museum of colossal and magical ice forms defying description. And so is the dashing history of the Heroic Age of Exploration. Just contemplating Antarctica makes you feel somehow finer, braver. Actually going there makes you the hero in your own life.
It’s one of the last great wildernesses on Earth. See how actively you’ll explore it
Penguins of all species, their main predator & more. See the ice creatures
Your key to a meaningful and safe polar experience. See who they are
Travel with a National Geographic photographer. Take awesome photos
Share the adventure with interesting, engaging experts. See who’s coming
See what life on the world’s ultimate expedition ship looks & feels like
Family unit or entire clan—an expedition is ideal for sharing
What happens out there? Featured daily field reports & photos preview it for you
Smart books & useful recommendations on what to get, wear, pack, & more
Every question we’ve ever heard about our Antarctic expeditions answered
See why traveling to Antarctica with us should be on your must-do list
Captain turned the ship around an ice sculpture so we got a better picture! Who else does that? Nobody.
Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falklands
Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent
Speaker: Peter Hillary
National Geographic Photographers Aboard
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