Journals Antarctica

Cruising the Antarctic Peninsula

Created by sirverity on March 17, 2008 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

Cool Water Cruising in Antarctica

McMurdo Station, Antarctica

Created by John Lamb on October 28, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
4 Stories

A vast, harsh wasteland in one second and a beautiful, serene untouched wonderland in another. No matter how one sees Antarctica, it stays deep in one's soul as if it were a wound.

A Walk on Antarctica

Created by jemery on May 12, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
1 Story

We cruised alongside massive icebergs, a foot above water level, in a glorified rubber raft. We sat on a rock amidst hundreds of penguins. We explored the world’s least-understood continent using landings first mapped by Shackleton and other famous adventurers. Here’s what it’s like to visit Antarctica.

My trip to Antarctica

Created by DeAnn on April 29, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
1 Story

If you love wildlife and natural beauty then you will love Antarctica. It was the best trip I have done so far, absolutely amazing. I highly recommend the trip.

Crusing Antarctica

Created by TwoIdiots on April 11, 2008

1 Review
1 Story

A classic 12 day itinerary to Antarctica

Expedition Ship in Antarctica

Created by armchairadventures on October 11, 2007

1 Story

I was fortunate enough to work on a ship visiting this magical place. It is a trip of a life for anyone.

A Boat Journey to the French Antarctic Islands

Created by jorgejuan on March 11, 2006

1 Story

The Islands of Crozet, Kerguelen, Amsterdam, and Saint Paul form the “Terres Australes et Antarctiques Françaises.” Going there constitutes a journey of a lifetime.

Beyond the End of the World

Created by globalroamer on February 7, 2006

3 Stories

Ushuaia is "el fin del mundo," or "the end of the world." Continuing south to Antarctica takes you over the edge.

The Icy End of the Earth

Created by Ben the Grate on July 13, 2005

5 Reviews
1 Story

Less than 20,000 people have set foot on Earth's seventh continent. If you have the money or perseverance to get there, here's a little bit about what you can expect.

Cruise Antarctica, South Georgia and Falklands

Created by RSchoettger on January 9, 2005

6 Reviews
1 Story

South Georgia and Antarctica offers a combination of wildlife, scenery and adventure at sea which makes this trip a must. With literally thousands of penguins, seals and icebergs, along with gorgeous scenery and life at sea, this trip is at the top of my list.

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