Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Amazon Adventure Tours to Antarctica Cruises

Antarctica travel reveals the dramatic extremes of a frozen continent. It holds the title of coldest, driest, windiest, and highest elevation on earth. A number of ships ply the Antarctic waters, from Russian icebreakers to luxury expedition ships with strengthened hulls. An Antarctica cruise departs from Ushuaia, though itineraries vary. Depending on your trip-length, spend time visiting the Antarctic Peninsula, Falkland Islands and the mountainous South Georgia. Antarctica cruises offer zodiac excursions for up-close encounters with wildlife and the blue icebergs that float quietly in the surrounding waters.                                                      
All our Antarctica Expeditions feature several landings on the continent. Sail in unsurpassed luxury and venture deep into regions other vessels cannot go. Life changing, mind enriching expeditions combining guest lectures, expert guides, safety, comfort and luxury.

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.

We know the ships and trips from personal experience. Adventure Holidays We travel to Antarctica every year to review Antarctica cruises and tours for you it’s our job to evaluate the quality of the ships, operations, programs and companies and then pass that information on to you.

Antarctica is unlike any other cruise destination in the world, and choosing and planning an Antarctica cruise is also unlike anything else a cruise traveler veteran or novice  will face. The reasons for this include the distance to the port of embarkation (typically more than 12 hours of flying time), possibly harsh weather conditions at sea and on land, and non-traditional ports of call you won't find duty-free shopping centers on Antarctica.

Cruise Norway will take you to either end of the Globe. Travel to the Far North to experience Norway, the North Cape, Greenland, Spitsbergen, or even the North Pole.• CruiseNorway offers breathtaking cruises up Norwegian fjords and to Greenland and Spitsbergen, where turquoise icebergs glimmer in the Northern light and polar bears hunt in the midnight sun. • Or, if the wildlife of the farthest most Southern ice shelf is your dream,

we can take you all the way to Antarctica at the bottom of the globe! Be an Antarctic explorer among the penguins! See whales, seals, and sea birds worthy of seafaring poems. Sail near monolithic glaciers and among scatterings of icebergs on your Antarctica cruise. We are also offering a new adventure tour: See what Erik the Red was seeking and take a trip to Greenland.

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