Tuesday 4 September 2012

Is this the ultimate Antarctic wildlife adventure?

It is likely that your travel style differs from that of your family and coworkers and friends. Like me, when it comes to travel, you probably march to the beat of your own drummer.

Well, this year, I encourage you to make that march alongside the thousands of waddling and squawking penguins...


Most Antarctica travelers make the journey to the "White Continent" in larger expedition ships, with a hundred or so other people. These trips are indeed spectacular, and they provide many travelers with their adventure dreams of a lifetime.

But for the truly adventurous, small-group nature traveler inclined toward rare experiences in the outdoors, our trip aboard an expedition sailboat might be just the best option!

This exclusive voyage, departing December 14, 2012 under a special permit from the National Science Foundation, is led by world-renowned explorers and wildlife biologists. We travel to Antarctica aboard an ice-strengthened ketch that's a veteran of many polar expeditions, and return via small cruise ship. Along the way, we drop anchor in isolated coves and set up camp amidst a host of Antarctic wildlife, including friendly penguins and seals that shuffle up right next to your tent. In our remote environs, we are assured of an exclusive nature travel adventure experience available to very few travelers.

This trip isn't for everyone: it's too arduous for the typical nature traveler. But if it's right for you -- if you're one of those rare explorers who yearns for a genuine wilderness expedition in the planet's most remote realm -- this could be the most important adventure of your entire life!

If you think you have what it takes, give us a call at 1-800-543-8917 and ask for Olaf (our Chief Exploratory Officer). We are taking just five travelers, so call today! Again, you can check out the trip on our website by clicking here.

I hope to see you out there,

Ben Bressler, Founder & Director, Natural Habitat Adventures

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