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For the true adventurer, nothing compares to experiencing the magic of the White Continent. Discover Antarctica in all its wild, raw and pristine splendor. Read awe-inspiring accounts of this one-of-a-kind polar expedition written by Nat Hab travelers and staff.
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Where Antarctica Penguins “Go,” Biodiversity Follows

Where Antarctica Penguins “Go,” Biodiversity Follows

—By Candice Gaukel Andrews
"We often tend to think of marine and terrestrial realms as being separate, but this research shows that penguins and seals act as a sort of “ocean-to-earth conveyor belt,” bringing nutrients from the sea...
The Call of the Leopard Seal in Antarctica

The Call of the Leopard Seal in Antarctica

—By Sara Higgins
"The call echoed throughout the whole bay. We sat in our kayaks; still, eyes closed, barely breathing. A chill came over my whole body. It was the most beautiful, ethereal sound I’ve ever..."
Traveler Story: Paradise in Antarctica

Traveler Story: Paradise in Antarctica

—By Nat Hab Traveler Deborah Fischer
"A bank of fog lingered far off in the distance along the Antarctic Peninsula, leaving us with sunshine and blue skies on the morning of a day that would turn out to be one of the best of my life. We started..."
The Calm Before the Storm

The Calm Before the Storm

—By John Holahan
Standing on the ice of the Antarctic continent has brought on a new sensation. I’m pinned between the sublime and the magnificent, forced to reconsider everything I thought I knew about scale and grandeur...
Inside Antarctica: A Rare Glimpse of a Whale Breaching

Inside Antarctica: A Rare Glimpse of a Whale Breaching

—By Nate Small
As you get closer to Antarctica, usually your whale experiences come a little closer. The water is calmer and the whales in Antarctica are easier to see. Instead of just a plume of water, you might now see the back of the whale...
Antarctica: Discovery on the Black-and-White Continent

Antarctica: Discovery on the Black-and-White Continent

—By Candice Gaukel Andrews
"In Antarctica—“the coldest, driest, windiest, and highest place on Earth”—I found manifestations of clarity that are rarely seen in the world that lies in the latitudes above. The water is so clear that the bases of icebergs..."
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