In association with: Aurora Expeditions
From camping on the ice in Antarctica to rock climbing in Greenland, expeditions with Aurora are unforgettable.
An expedition to some of the least-visited corners of the world is a trip of a lifetime. And with Aurora Expeditions’ extensive programme of activities and adventurous experiences, you can make your clients’ trips even more special.
With more travellers keen to be surrounded by nature, the range of activities on Aurora Expeditions’ voyages will ensure that they get to experience some of the world’s most phenomenal landscapes. Whether it’s snorkelling, snowshoeing, rock climbing or kayaking, the activities are transformative and rewarding.
Here are six of the best to try:
1. Polar scuba diving
Scuba diving in the Arctic or in Antarctica opens up a whole new world. Whether it’s marine life, icebergs or glaciers under the surface, no two dives are the same.
Available on: Selected Antarctica and Arctic expeditions
2. Rock climbing in Greenland
Scaling glacial remnants and granite cliffs is sure to be unique terrain for even the most experienced of climbers. The remote summits of East Greenland offer up some of the most incredible and rarely seen views.
Available on: Greenland Odyssey & Jewels of the Arctic
3. Camping on the ice in Antarctica
Spend an unforgettable night under the stars, with nothing but Antarctica’s majestic surrounds and your fellow voyagers for company. Snuggle into a thermal sleeping bag and take in the natural beauty around you.
Available on: Spirit of Antarctica
4. Skiing on the ‘white continent’
Those who aren’t averse to a ski holiday will not want to miss the opportunity to take to the ice in Antarctica. Snow-capped peaks, glaciers and alpine bowls provide the ultimate playground for skiers and snowboarders.
Available on: Selected Antarctica expeditions
5. Underwater photography
The Sea of Cortez, in Baja California, Mexico, is teeming with marine life and provides some of the best opportunities for underwater photography. Get up close to whale sharks, sea lions and manta rays, and snap photos to cherish the experience.
Available on: Baja California & Sea of Cortez
6. Polar bear spotting
Wrangel Island in the Arctic Ocean is home to the world’s largest polar bear breeding grounds. Take a Zodiac cruise to search for polar bears, accompanied by a local ranger who will share their extensive knowledge of the region.
Available on: Wrangel Island expedition
Early bird offers available now
Arctic & Global 2022 Expeditions: Save up to 20%
Antarctica 2022-23 Expeditions: Save up to 25%
Terms and conditions apply: auroraexpeditions.co.uk/terms-and-conditions
PICTURES: Michael Baynes Photography; Tarn Pilkington