Nicholas Austin

Region: Antarctica

Destinations: Antarctic Circle

Ship: m/v Plancius

Highlights: Kayaking, Adelie Penguin

Quite possibly the best trip I've ever been on. The staff made me feel like family and were incredibly knowledgeable and helpful. I absolutely would recommend Oceanwide and Antartica for anyone with a sense of adventure and desire to experience something completely out of the norm.

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