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Antarctic Circle Quest

Penguins, Antarctica

Always one of the most popular departures, this expedition gives more time where it matters, below the Antarctic Circle.

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Antarctica, Falklands & South Georgia

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20 Days from AUD 28,000

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

The fascinating history and overwhelming wildlife populations of the Sub-Antarctic combined with the awesome beauty of Antarctica itself

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Spitsbergen Explorer: Wildlife Capital of the Arctic

Polar Bestsellers
12 Days from AUD 17,700

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Explore the remarkable Svalbard Archipelago in Norway in 24 hour daylight

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Antarctic Explorer

humpback whale breaching
11 Days from AUD 16,900

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Towering blue icebergs, vast penguin colonies, whales, seals and glaciers right in the heart of the peninsula

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Our bestselling holidays

For more than 45 years, Exodus has been blazing the trail for adventure travel. Our carefully crafted itineraries are designed to give you the best possible trip. We can take you up mountains and down canyons, through cities both ancient and modern, along windswept coasts and winding roads. We can take you on foot or by bike, or get you face-to-face with the rarest and most noble of animals. We can take you to the dizzy heights of Mount Everest base camp, the lush jungles of Costa Rica or the thriving ports of Vietnam.

But wherever we take you, we promise it will be an adventure.

Find out more about some of our most popular adventures below. These trips are tried and tested. They’re firm favourites, and with good reason. These are the unforgettable experiences that keep our customers coming back for more.

So many pinch me moments every single day… Penguins are just incredible to see waddling along their penguin highways, spectacular whale watching, stunning icebergs. I’d go again tomorrow! Loved the camping, paddling and polar plunge. Do it all! You won’t regret it. Fabulous trip, great bunch of people, delicious food.

Alexa Vardy Antarctic Explorer

This expedition on Quark’s ship the Ultramarine was delayed from July 2020, and the original booking was for another ship, but then this new one was available, and has dedicated single cabins.
Because of the pandemic we had to take tests before flying to Oslo, and there another antigen test for Quark. All negative persons were allowed to board the charter flight up north, where we met our ship. Because of said pandemic the staff had their own bubble and would not mingle with the travellers,and inside masks were compulsory.So we met the staff only on the zodiac trips and when ashore.Meals were also a lonely affair, as distances were to be kept, buffets had personnel with masks and gloves put on your plate what you asked for and showed, all behind glass
So only the outside, zodiac cruises and walks ashore, were really free, the nature is beautiful, animals free too and showed up to pose for picture, including a group of 3 polar bears who had their meals already caught, and were close to shore. So all zodiacs passed in silence close to the shore, and made rounds number of times, to give us a long and great view of them.
We were the first trip where the ship could circumference Spitsbergen island, even though we had to break some ice and were in a long foggy day. but it all added to the special nature of that area.
Lectures given in the evenings by the staff had different topics, from the animals we saw to their personal adventures(close contacts with bears, kayak circumference trip of Spitsbergen,)And history of course.

Miriam da Silva Spitsbergen Explorer: Wildlife Capital of the Arctic

18 day trip with Quark Expeditions on the Ocean Diamond from Uschuaia to the Falklands, South Georgia and the Antarctic Peninsula with landings by Zodiac in remote bays where we experienced close encounters with the wildlife, especially penguins and seals and whales swimming alongside the boats. The scenery was stunning especially sailing close to the icebergs. We were superbly looked after on the ship and the cabins and public areas were warm and welcoming and the staff couldn’t have been more helpful. The food was excellent and plentiful and they catered well for my gluten free requirements as I am Coeliac. The expedition staff were knowledgeable as we had experts on penguins, ornithology, geology, whales, history, microbiology and photography. Praise goes to the captain as a mega storm was forecast as we were in the Falklands and we had to alter the itinerary to avoid it and though we hit some rough seas we missed the hurricane in the Falklands where the next 3 ships after us were stuck in the harbour there for 3 days. Ecology was a big concern and we had to have our clothing, rucksacks examined before each trip ashore to check there were no seeds and have them vacuumed, and boots and trousers were hosed down after each trip ashore then we walked through disinfectant.

Susan Jackson Antarctica, Falklands & South Georgia