Mainland West Antarctica: Want to see the March of the Penguins first hand? This is where that wonderful mess goes down! Home to emperor penguin rookeries and Antarctica’s maximum peak, Mainland West Antarctica is a true adventure traveler’s ice dream comes true! Antarctica:
Punta Tombo, Argentina: Amazing. Camelids walking amongst ratings of penguins in a desert. Add maras and elephant seals to the formula, and you have all of God’s creatures jumbled up into a jigsaw puzzle that only makes sense to Darwin. Love this place. Awesome beautiful and absolutely amazing.
Paracas National Reserve: Peru’s craziest coastal treasure. A truly raw, starkly wonderful area of the world – home to abundant Humboldt penguins. Geoglyphs, sea lions and guano birds galore. Paracas alone is purpose enough to visit Peru.
Antarctic Peninsula: The Antarctic Peninsula is the Antarctica most people get to see. An tremendous strip of land jutting into the Southern Ocean, it is home to penguins, seals, killer whales and every shade of ice you can probably imagine. This is also the region of Antarctica most affected by climate change. It’s an icy world in a state of rapid change. Catch it now before its personality is lost to us.