These cruises visit some of the most wildest and most remote places on Earth, and each one is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Some of these cruises offer unparalleled chances to get up close and personal with seabirds like Salvin's Albatross
Some of these cruises offer unparalleled chances to get up close and personal with seabirds like Salvin's Albatross (Keith Barnes)

Subantarctic Islands
There can be little doubt that this is the finest seabirding spectacle on the planet with nine species of penguin, 40 species of tube-nose seabird and 10 species of endemic shag on offer. In addition we visit seven varied Sub-antarctic archipelagos scattered around New Zealand, for one of Earth’s greatest wilderness experiences.

Western Pacific Odyssey
Cutting a swathe from New Zealand to Japan, this voyage traverses the richest waters on earth for rare and exotic Pterodroma Petrels, including some of the rarest and most poorly known seabirds on the planet. In addition we visit a suite of strange islands including Norfolk, Caroline and southern Solomons, but our land highlight will undoubtedly be New Caledonia and the strange Kagu.

Top of the World: Polar Bears in the Siberian Arctic
The Russian Arctic remains one of the most remote and least explored Arctic regions, and the Wilderness here is some of the most staggering on Earth. There are more Ice-Bears (Polar Bears) here than just about anywhere else on the planet, and although they are a focus, the Beluga Whales, Grey Whales, Walrus and myriad other creatures of the Arctic are likely to keep us permanently enthralled.

Antarctica, Falklands, and South Georgia

Galapagos Birding and Photo Cruise