Peregrine Adventures will introduce a new journey to “the Galapagos of the Poles” during the 2018/19 Antarctic season.

Visiting the Falklands and South Georgia, the 18-day trip ventures to South Georgia to witness the destination’s abundant wildlife, including king and macaroni penguins and petrels, albatross and burrowing seabirds.

The penguin-spotting opportunities continue at the Falkland’s main islands – East Falkland and West Falkland — where magellanic, gentoo and rockhopper penguin colonies thrive.

A total of 10 different itineraries to Antarctica are being offered in Peregrine Adventures’ 2018/19 Antarctica program, including the first photography-themed departures to the South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula and a deep exploration across the Antarctic Circle.

The 11-day voyage to the Antarctic Peninsula will offer travellers the chance to hone their camera skills with the help of photography experts, workshops and lectures.

All Peregrine Antarctic voyages are on specially-equipped small expedition vessels and are led by seasoned expedition teams, including scientists, naturalists and researchers.

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