Galapagos of the Southern Ocean

Days: 13 days
Start/Finish: Invercargill - Invercargill
Price: USD $6,600.00
Accommodation: Cabins

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This is without doubt one of the most inspiring and informative journeys into the Southern Ocean ecosystem that one can make.

Across the Top of the World

Days: 15 days
Start/Finish: Nome, Alaska or Anadyr, Russia
Price: USD $11,200.00
Accommodation: Cabins

This unique expedition crosses the Arctic Circle and includes the isolated and pristine Wrangel and Herald Islands and a significant section of the wild North Eastern Siberian coastline.

Birding Sub Antarctic

Days: 19 days
Start/Finish: Invercargill/Dunedin
Price: USD $10,500.00
Accommodation: Cabins

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With the most diverse collection of seabirds in the world, you can be sure you are in ‘birdwatcher’s paradise’ in the Sub Antarctic Islands.

Discover South Pacific

Days: 14 days
Start/Finish: Madang, Honiara
Price: USD $6,995.00
Accommodation: Cabins

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Uncover the hidden gems of Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. From the culturally rich arterial of the Sepik River sail north across the Bismarck Sea to the remote shores of Manus and Mussau Islands.

Secrets of the South Pacific

Days: 12 days
Start/Finish: Honiara/Port Vila
Price: USD $5,995.00
Accommodation: Cabins

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Sail into a world that few have ever experienced; idyllic islands and isolated villages where unique time-honoured traditions and elaborately costumed dancers welcome you into their world.

South to Antarctica

Days: 30 days
Start/Finish: Invercargill or Lyttleton
Price: USD $22,300.00
Accommodation: Cabins

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A bucket list journey. Spend ten days of the thirty in the Ross Sea, travelling ashore to soak in the scenery, the wildlife and the history of Antarctica.

Sub Antarctic Islands

Days: 8 days
Start/Finish: Invercargill
Price: USD $4,300.00
Accommodation: Cabins

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An insightful journey to some of the ‘forgotten islands’ of the South Pacific.