A heart-warming Polar adventure!
It is with great joy we have been able to say welcome home to our first two travellers since the start of the pandemic.
On 11th January 2022, Ken and Tom finally reached the southernmost point on earth – where all 360 lines of longitude meet. Beneath their feet the ice was almost 9200 feet (2800 m) thick. Words cannot describe how glad we are to have been able to follow them on their adventure. We must also mention, that back in 1999, PolarQuest's very first travellers went to the North Pole, and now after a two-season halt, our first travellers visited the South Pole.
Fly to the South Pole 2023/20245 - 20 participants6/7 days USD 59 900LanguagesDepartures: December 2023 , / January 2024
600 miles south of Cape Horn we find the world’s most isolated and remote wilderness – Antarctica. The grand and beautiful Antarctic landscape leaves its visitors in awe. The continent and surrounding islands are home to millions of penguins, seals and whales. Worth mentioning is the subantarctic island of South Georgia, a haven for anyone interested in wildlife and widely regarded as one of the most beautiful places on earth.