Camping in Antarctica is a unique and life-changing way to experience the pristine wilderness of the white continent with One Ocean Expeditions.
A brief history about the “The most remarkable survival story ever told”, the story of Ernest Shackleton, a renown Polar Explorer.
One of the best things about travelling to the Arctic is the number of bird species we can see from the excellent vantage point of the vessel.
We reflect upon an outstanding Antarctic 18/19 season with new voyages, a great team of educators and many fantastic special guests.
Expedition Leader, Kaylan Worsnop, explains what that role means while providing a trip update from our recent Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica voyage.
We thought we would use this Women’s Day to showcase some of the amazing, talented and passionate women in the One Ocean Expeditions family.
We caught up with Olympian, Jill Officer, to chat about Scotties, her upcoming Arctic voyage and a campaign to bring curling to communities in the North.
Former zoologist and award-winning photographer Doug Gimesy shares some insight into what he does, what he loves and how photography can have an impact.
Ahead of our Photography Symposium in Antarctica this March, here are our photographer’s top tips for photographing Antarctica.