DESTINATION - SOUTH GEORGIA
Discover the Southern Hemisphere’s Jewel in the Crown
South Georgia is a rugged, glaciated island wildlife sanctuary isolated from the nearest civilization by 700 miles of Southern Ocean and can only be accessed by sea. Inside the polar convergence, this stunningly beautiful island truly is the jewel in the crown of southern expeditions.
A trip to South Georgia is unforgettable for its pristine wilderness, impressive mountains, abundant wildlife, and historic whaling stations. This wildlife oasis is home to sea and land birds, seals and whales, and is the landing site of Shackleton’s Endurance Expedition. On a stormy day the island is awe inspiring and untamed, the glacier ice is deep blue and the bays are emerald green.
Ways to get there:
Can only be accessed by sea
Ideal months to explore:
November - February