Antarctic Circle and Peninsula
by Colin Drake
My wife and I have travelled extensively but this was the trip of a lifetime and unlike anywhere else we'd ever been, exceeding our expectations and leaving us wanting more. Our first Zodiac cruise set the tone with Leopard Seal, and Snow Petrels gliding silently around us through the ice canyons. The staff were brilliant and just as enthusiastic about the wildlife as we were, with the emphasis on conservation, safety and just marvelling at the sheer splendour of it all. It was great to see them 'lose it' when we connected with a pod of Orcas having a feeding frenzy. We are not great sailors but will definitely be joining Oceanwide for another adventure as soon as circumstances allow. Brilliant.Text
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