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Pics of the Week: Deserts

Pics of the Week: Deserts

G Adventures July 4, 2014 0

A desert is defined as an area that receives little precipitation. And although the first image that springs to mind is usually a vast, hot sea of sand, the Arctic and Antarctica are home

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Your planet in 7 seconds: Catching Cold in Antarctica

Your planet in 7 seconds: Catching Cold in Antarctica

Daniel Sendecki March 11, 2014 2

This week, we’re taking our ‘Seven Seconds’ series to the next level in Antarctica—sea level. Taste the salt spray from the bow of one of our Zodiacs. Like a blast of cold water to

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Your planet in 7 seconds: Penguin Calling

Your planet in 7 seconds: Penguin Calling

G Adventures February 4, 2014 0

Amazing things happen on this big blue planet of ours every day, and when they do, G Adventures is there to capture them. “This is Your Planet in 7 Seconds” is a mini-feature to

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Endless Winter: Long-Term Life in Antarctica

Endless Winter: Long-Term Life in Antarctica

Steve English February 4, 2014 4

Teal-tinted icebergs that go on for miles, thousands-strong penguin rookeries clumped together against the cold, humpback whales breaking the surface for another gulp of air, mind-blowing landscapes blasted by centuries of perpetual winter…There’s no

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Pic of the Day: Aitcho Chinstrap

Pic of the Day: Aitcho Chinstrap

Daniel Sendecki December 27, 2013 0

Found primarily in the South Sandwich Islands and on the Antarctic Peninsula, the so-called Chinstrap Penguin is one of the most readily identified types of penguin

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Pic of the Day: GoPro Quadcopter in Antarctica

Pic of the Day: GoPro Quadcopter in Antarctica

G Adventures November 1, 2013 0

We’re proud that G Adventures has joined forces with Dr. Brent Stewart in the first-ever tourism supported studies of Antarctic wildlife using a remote-controlled multi-rotor aircraft with a GoPro attached

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Let The Shivers Commence: Haunted Antarctica

Let The Shivers Commence: Haunted Antarctica

Caitlin Hotchkiss October 31, 2013 1

It’s the most remote, desolate place on Earth, and undoubtedly one of the coldest as well – but did you know that Antarctica is also purportedly the most haunted place on the planet?

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Wildlife in Antarctica

Wildlife in Antarctica

Nellie Huang October 21, 2013 1

Etched at the bottom of the world, Antarctica is as far south and remote as you can get. The seventh continent, as some call it, is covered in icebergs, glaciers, mountains and thick layers

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Highlights of My Arctic Expedition Cruise Voyage

Highlights of My Arctic Expedition Cruise Voyage

Nellie Huang September 23, 2013 3

In August 2011, I traveled with G Adventures on the Realm of the Polar Bear trip, circumnavigating the island of Svalbard in the Arctic—and it turned out to be one of the most amazing

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Antarctica Stories

Antarctica Stories

Caitlin Hotchkiss August 14, 2013 2

For some people, vacation means sunny beaches, tropical drinks and lazing around all day. Not us – we prefer an adventure on the scale of exploring Antarctica via the MS Expedition. It’s difficult to

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