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Your planet in 7 seconds: Kayaking in Antarctica

Your planet in 7 seconds: Kayaking in Antarctica

G Adventures January 22, 2015 0

Clicking here means being transported to Antarctica to see some of our passengers kayaking through icy waters. You've got seven seconds for that, don't you? Bundle up

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Read all about it! Kobo and G Adventures Reading List: Antarctica

Read all about it! Kobo and G Adventures Reading List: Antarctica

Jason Allen January 21, 2015 0

Come with us to go from history to exploration to laughter with this month's Kobo reading list to Antarctica.

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Citizens of Antarctica

Citizens of Antarctica

Jason Allen January 19, 2015 1

What makes Antarctica incredible is its wildlife, and any visit here won’t be its very best without at least a few sightings of some of its wild citizens. Hop aboard the Looptail as we

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Instagrams of the week: Antarctica

Instagrams of the week: Antarctica

Sacha Mlynek January 16, 2015 0

Reasons to travel to Antarctica often include wildlife viewing, expedition cruising, and final-continent list checking. But what’s so surprising here is the monumental silence, which weaves itself among a landscape of so many shades

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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 3

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 the face—it'll

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Your planet in 7 seconds: Penguin Calling

Your planet in 7 seconds: Penguin Calling

G Adventures February 4, 2014 0

Better dress warmly as we are taking you to Antarctica today to watch this penguin call out for what we can only imagine would be more fish!

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Endless Winter: Long-Term Life in Antarctica

Endless Winter: Long-Term Life in Antarctica

Steve English February 4, 2014 4

We sat down with Dr. Jakko Putkonen, a geomorphologist at the University of North Dakota, to get a better handle on Antarctica’s allure and why the coldest place on Earth remains a scientific hotspot

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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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