Come and photograph the majesty of South Georgia and Antarctica on this photography expedition in November 2016.
South Georgia Island and Antarctica are miraculous. An island of incredible landscape and wildlife and a white continent of stark and beautiful desolation. For Nature photographers, South Georgia and Antarctica are without doubt the gold standard against which all other photography destinations are measured. Nowhere else on earth offers such incredible landscape and wildlife in such pristine and remote environments.
Our expedition begins with a charter flight from Santiago to Mount Pleasant in the Falkland Islands, where we will board our expedition ship, Polar Pioneer. We will then sail to South Georgia Island where we will explore and photograph the landscape and wildlife before sailing to Antarctica to explore and photograph this amazing continent. At the conclusion of the expedition we will sail back across the Drake Passage to Puerto Williams where will catch a charter flight to Punta Arenas and conclude our expedition.
This expedition is for a strictly limited number of 50 participants plus leaders and expedition guide. We will be using an ice hardened expedition ship with a highly experienced crew so that we can position the ship for the best photographs. Our expedition ship the ‘Polar Pioneer’ is equipped with sufficient zodiacs and crew for all photographers to be shooting simultaneously with plenty of room to spare for camera equipment. So bring what you need!
• The largest King Penguin Rookeries in the world
• Vast Adélie and Gentoo penguin colonies
• Antarctic Wildlife and Landscape Photography
• Midnight Sun light for Photography
• Giant glaciers, Mountains and Snow Fields
• Ice Hardened, Expedition Class Ship ‘Polar Pioneer’
If you are excited with the prospect of travelling to the Antarctica and South Georgia with a small group of dedicated photographers now is the time to register for your place by contact me at email@example.com or via the contact page.
November 19th to December 6th 2016