One of the wildest and most remote places on earth, South Georgia has one of the largest populations of penguins (about 4 million pairs in peak breeding season), and one of the densest examples of marine biodiversity in the world. All this in an area only slightly bigger than Greater Adelaide! The current population is made entirely of scientific and museum staff who live here seasonally, and the island is only accessible by boat. Large cruise ships aren’t allowed to visit, only smaller expedition ships, and only between November and March.
This Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and Antarctic Peninsula cruise is an animal-lover’s dream come true.
South Georgia Facts & Tips
Arctic & Antarctic Destinations
Discover wondrous landscapes and spectacular wildlife like gentoo penguins, leopard seals and humpback whales along the Antarctic Peninsula.
Discover incredible wildlife at Carcass Island & explore the charm of Port Stanley.
With colourful houses set against backdrops of iceberg-filled fjords, snow capped mountains, or lush green sheep farms, Greenland is a photographer’s paradise.