We hope you enjoy this brief dose of polar history, the fourth in our Famous Antarctic Explorers Series!
The A21 Journal
Actor and producer Christopher Wolfe traveled to the White Continent on an Antarctica21 air-cruise with his father, John, in 2013.
How to avoid seasickness while traveling to Antarctica, and what happens if you become ill during your voyage?
If you’ve ever wondered what the food is like when you travel to the most remote place on Earth, we have you covered.
We spoke with our Expedition Team to hear some of their most memorable wildlife encounters.
Captain Robert Falcon Scott, a British Royal Navy officer, was born in Devon, England in 1868. He is best known for his two Antarctic expeditions.
Aside from Santa’s North Pole, here are 10 facts distinguishing the two polar regions from one another.
It’s no secret – there are several great polar cruise companies that offer expeditions to Antarctica these days. Which company is right for you?
Roald Engelbregt Gravning Amundsen, a Norwegian polar explorer is most notably famous for being the first to arrive at the South Pole.
How many people can say that they’ve kayaked at the bottom of the world surrounded by seals, whales, and penguins?