Go Further South
Teaming up with Heritage Expeditions, GO FURTHER SOUTH picks up where GO SOUTH left off . . . island hopping our way across the Southern Ocean, going as far south as possible: Scott Base & McMurdo Station, Antarctica.
As the temperatures dip, the nights get shorter and we experience other-worldly landscapes in “almost real” time.
The vast Southern Ocean lies in our backyard. It’s dark, mysterious, and freezing . . . known as a place of wild, mercurial winds and intrepid sailors who either turned back or fought for survival. It’s a journey that combines wild sub-Antarctic bush and windswept fjords, with seas that shift from glassy calm to heaving waves of water. It’s abundant with teeming wildlife; majestic albatross, feisty elephant seals, and chirpy penguin colonies, all co-existing amongst floating mountains of ice, and the snowy extremes of Antarctica’s Admiralty Range and Mt. Erebus.
But this journey isn’t just a collection of stunning landscapes – at its heart is the story of our collective capacity for wonder . . . and grit.