Where to go

4 locations rich in marine life to discover…

Marine life

Antarctica has a wealth of marine life to discover but here are the most popular animal species and marine life events. Let us know the ones you would particularly like to see…

Dive trips

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Classic Antarctica

The perfect introduction to Antarctica, this voyage offers plenty of activities allowing you to explore the land and sea at your own pace.

  • Trip type: Liveaboard trip

Polar Circle & Antarctic Peninsula

The aim of this voyage is to reach as far south as weather and ice conditions will permit, and cross the Antarctic Circle, a feat that only a few will ever accomplish.

  • Trip type: Liveaboard trip

When to go

The season to visit is the austral summer, running from October to March. Once the pack ice starts to melt, summer arrives quickly, reaching its pinnacle in December and January.


  • Spring

    Nov to Dec: Spring fever brings explosive growth
  • Summer

    Jan to Feb: The warmest months when wildlife activity is at its peak
  • Autumn

    Mar to May: Dark nights return as the sun sinks below the southern horizon
  • Winter

    Jun to Oct: Winter sets in with a vengeance for the long dark haul…

Wildlife events

  • Oct to Feb: Pack ice starts to melt – the first whales arrive
  • Oct to Nov: Penguin and seabird courtship is at its height
  • Jan to Feb: Peak time for whale sightings
  • Jan to Feb: Fur seals visible on Antarctic Peninsula


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