Send your clients on the adventure of a lifetime! From taking a polar plunge in icy waters to kayaking among icebergs and penguins, our variety of Antarctica tours are the perfect trip for those travelers wanting to check the seventh continent off their bucketlist.

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Featured trip: WWF Giants of Antarctica

Alongside our regular team of Antarctic experts, WWF-Australia scientists will join this tour to share insights into whale conservation as they conduct cutting edge research on these underwater giants. And whale tales are just the beginning! This adventure offers you the chance to explore Antarctica’s barren beauty on foot and by Zodiac, and encounter penguin rookeries, sight leopard seals and gawp at towering glaciers as they calve right before your eyes.

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Optional Activities

Add on to your client’s itinerary with our optional activities. Offered on most of our tours, these outdoor adventures sell out quickly so let us know early to reserve a spot.



Our boat: The Ocean Endeavour

The Ocean Endeavour is comfortable, spacious and the place to be in the Antarctic season. Not only is it one of the few polar expedition ships in Antarctica, it also has one crew member for every eight travellers. This means your clients will enjoy a more personal, informative and comfortable trip. With a gym, library, wide range of cabin types, modern Zodiacs and 360° views from the deck, the Ocean Endeavour is quite literally the coolest way to send your clients on the trip of a lifetime.


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Pricing guides and policies

Pricing for tours varies depending on dates, itineraries, cabin type and date booked. Please contact our Marine Team for specific pricing enquiries at






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