Spectacular Ross Sea
Join us on this spectacular voyage from New Zealand to Ushuaia, at the bottom of Argentina (or vice versa!) This epic voyage takes in so much, wildlife and vast landscapes. Along the way:
Campbell Island - a Sub-Antarctic island belong to New Zealand, fantastic for the southern royal albatross, also wandering, Campbell, grey-headed, black-browed, and light-mantled albatrosses, along with plenty of penguins: the eastern rockhopper, erect-crested, and yellow-eyed penguins
Macquarie Island - belonging to Australia this island is full of fauna; there are king, gentoo, and southern rockhopper penguins, nearly one million endemic royal penguins, Elephant seals and fur seals.
Ross Sea - this region of Antarctica is one of the most untouched environments in the world, perhaps we can visit Ross Island, from this location you may be able to see Mount Erebus.
Peter I Island - claimed by Norway, an extremely remote and exposed volcanic island, if weather allows make a helicopter landing!
Polar Circle - cross the Antarctica circle
Antarctica Peninsula - great wildlife and stunning scenery.
This will sure be a month your will remember forever!
Viva's Best Bits...
Take a spectacular helicopter flight above the Ross Ice Shelf
Explore New Zealand’s Campbell Island - home to the southern royal albatross and 3 species of penguins
"This one of my dreams - heli flight to land in a dry valley in Antarctica!" Tara, Team Viva