Can You Fly to Antarctica?

by IExpedition | Mar 05, 2024 | Antarctica

The Drake Passage, located between South America's Cape Horn and the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica, is a key maritime route, connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. It can be one of the most challenging and iconic maritime crossings worldwide. Going through the Drake Passage, with its wild waves and str...

antarctica travel
Antarctica onboard the G Expedition

by IExpedition | Feb 07, 2024 | Antarctica

When the word "Antarctica" is uttered, what springs to mind? Perhaps it's the electrifying anticipation of uncovering something truly extraordinary for the very first time. We're intimately familiar with that sensation, yet we're also acutely aware of the challenges involved in reaching this pristine continent, coupled with the scarcity of a...

antarctica travel insurance information
Antarctica Travel Insurance

by IExpedition | Dec 05, 2019 | Antarctica

When visiting Antarctica, choosing which cruise adventure you are going to take might seem like the most important decision of your trip, but due to the remote and harsh nature of the Antarctic, travel insurance can be just as important. Although everyone hopes they will never have to use there tr...

Antarctica cruise travel guide

by IExpedition | Dec 05, 2019 | Antarctica

Antarctica! It’s one of the last great wildernesses on the planet and unlike anything else you have ever seen. Roughly twice the size of Australia, it’s the most southern continent and is 98% covered by ice. Because of this...

ultimate skiing greenland polar bears superyact cruise
The Ultimate Ski Expeditions in 2020

by IExpedition | Dec 09, 2019 | Arctic

Announcing the ultimate skiing expeditions in Antarctica and Greenland with Bomber Ski, Olympic Medalist Bode Miller, and Doug Stoup

Early Summer Arctic | iExpedition
Polar bears, Pack Ice & Great Savings!

by IExpedition | Dec 03, 2019 | Arctic

It's often thought that like Antarctica,

adventure activities on arctic cruises
Adventure activities in the Arctic

by IExpedition | Nov 17, 2019 | Arctic

With such an incredible display of nature in the High Arctic, our adventure activities will ensure that you bring out your inner adventurer. When planning to set sail on your trip of a lifetime, you can create your own adventure from t...

polar bear cruises arctic cruises
Where to find a Polar bear

by IExpedition | Nov 17, 2019 | Arctic

“Take only pictures, leave only footprints”. As is often the case with Apex predators, the Polar bear epitomises 

ross sea expedition cruise photography
Emperors of the Ross Sea on board the World

by IExpedition | Nov 18, 2019 | IX Stories

On this particular expedition I was finally able to see and photograph Emperor Penguins for the first time… On our journey home I also saw the Aurora Borealis for the first time shimmering above the ship which was really cool.” Voyage Summary

commonwealth Bay & Mawsons hut cruise
Commonwealth Bay & Mawson’s Hut onboard the Ortelius

by IExpedition | Nov 18, 2019 | IX Stories

For me, visiting Mawson’s Hut was one of the best experiences I have ever had in my life. Only a few hundred people have ever set foot inside the hut and it was just so surreal. It was like Mawson and his men had just left…”

arctic cruise to Iceland Greenland Spitsbergen Svalbard
The Complete Arctic Experience

by IExpedition | Nov 18, 2019 | IX Stories

“Seeing the flora and the wildlife including whales, musk ox, foxes, polar bears and many amazing seabirds in their natural habitat was definitely a huge highlight of the trip.” Voyage Summary Name:...

christmas in antarctica
Christmas in Antarctica onboard the Polar Pioneer

by IExpedition | Nov 18, 2019 | IX Stories

“The amount of wildlife and the close proximity that I got to them amazed me and it is something that should be experienced by everyone. Seeing a dangerous Leopard Seal right next to the Zodiac was quite special.” Vo...

antarctica cruise photography
National Geographic Photography Voyages

by IExpedition | Nov 18, 2019 | Expedition Advice

* Travel with a team of accredited National Geograph photographers. * Utilise onboard professional camera equipment. * Polar photography lessons and tips in the field from leading wildlife and landscape photographers.

difference between Antarctica and the arctic.
The difference between Antarctica and the Arctic?

by IExpedition | Nov 18, 2019 | Expedition Advice

The Earth’s Polar regions are significantly different, the most significant different, although perhaps not the most obvious, is that Antarctica is a continent surrounded by water, while the Arctic is an ocean surrounded by land. This difference alone is the precursor for why the Polar regions are so different. ...

antarctica cruise solo passenger
Travelling Solo; You’ll never be alone on an iExpedition.

by IExpedition | Nov 18, 2019 | Expedition Advice

Thinking about exploring the Polar realms, but can’t find anyone to brave the icy chill with you. Don’t worry we’ll let you know the inside scoop on travelling aboard expedition voyages to Antarctica and the Arctic as a solo traveller and the best cabin options for you. If you are considerin...

expedition cruising covid-19

Coronavirus (Covid-19). It’s having rampant ripple effects throughout the globe. This is a tricky time for everyone, from individuals to small- and large-scale businesses, and we’re sure you’re aware by now that the situation is rapidly changing on a day-to-day basis.  iExped...

what to do when we can't travel
What To Do When We Can't Travel

by IExpedition | Mar 19, 2020 | News

What to do when you can't travel We understand that for all you adventurers out there, not being able to travel right now is tough. So we’ve put together a couple of little dot points to get your time in social distancing and self-isolation cruising 😉

iexpedition wins sunshine coast business award
iExpedition WINS 🏆

by IExpedition | Nov 16, 2019 | News

On Saturday 9th November 2019 the 


Sign up to be inspired by our contributors from their travels and to learn more about our destinations, our vessels & unique experiences.