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Welcome to the polar regions (we hope you brought a scarf). Apart from all the snow, Antarctica and the Arctic actually represent a hugely diverse range of climates, landscapes and cultures. In the south you’ll find the highest and the driest place one earth, endless kilometres of windswept ice, rocky shores and squawking penguin colonies. Pass above the Arctic Circle, however, and you enter a world of boreal forests, fjord lands, polar bears and snow-capped mountains lit up by the Northern Lights.

Want to see for yourself? We’re offering you the chance to save literally hundreds of pounds off selected Arctic and Antarctic adventures in 2015 and 2016. All you have to do is browse the trips below, pick your favourite, find a warm scarf and go exploring. Hurry, this offer ends 30 March '15.


Antarctica - Save up to £940 per person

Save up to £940 per person on premium cabins and £630 on non-premium cabins on all Ocean Endeavour departures in 2015/16. Plus free transfer package (value £500) which includes 1 nights’ accommodation in Buenos Aires, a group transfer from the hotel to Buenos Aires airport, return charter flights from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia to join the ship and all transfers in Ushuaia

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Crossing the Circle: From Buenos Aires (Ocean Endeavour)

Uncover the sublime white beauty of Antarctica on this Southern Expedition. Travel across the Drake Passage to the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula, and cross the Antarctic Circle.

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Antarctic Explorer: From Buenos Aires (Ocean Endeavour)

Sail through the Drake Passage to the South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula, experiencing some of the most captivating landscapes and wildlife on the planet.


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Antarctic Peninsula, Falkland Islands & South Georgia: From Buenos Aires (Ocean Endeavour)

Visit Antarctica and travel through the Beagle Channel to the Falkland and South Georgia islands for a magical journey to this incredible continent.


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