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GO FURTHER SOUTH: An Epic Virtual Journey to Antarctica's Ross Sea

12-Hour Commercial-free Documentary

Did you enjoy watching Slow TV documentary Go Further South featuring our 30-day Antarctica expedition ‘In the Wake of Scott & Shackleton'? It aired last Friday on Prime television.

We've loved reading your comments!

"Watched it all day. Excellent production."  "Absolutely stunning!"  "Perfect lockdown TV."

Now available online, stream Go Further South on Prime TV Catch Up and Sky Go.

Go Further South is the perfect opportunity for everyone who has ever dreamed of visiting Antarctica to experience what it's like to step inside Scott and Shackleton's historic huts, be among the ordered chaos of some of the world's largest penguin colonies, walk on the ice with an Emperor Penguin, observe lazing Weddell Seals and Killer Whales patrolling the ice edge, cruise along the towering Ross Ice Shelf and marvel at some of the most spectacular scenery on the planet – all under 24-hours of Antarctic sunshine.

Interested in experiencing Antarctica's Ross Sea first-hand? Join Heritage Expeditions on one of our 30-day voyages in January and February 2021.

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Antarctica Season 2021

Join us in Antarctica's extraordinary Ross Sea

In the Wake of Scott and Shackleton: Ross Sea Antarctica

30 DAYS  13 Jan – 11 Feb 2021 / 11 Feb – 12 Mar 2021

Bluff, NZ and Return
Aboard Spirit of Enderby
Rates From: US$23,000 per person

  • Walk in Sir Ernest Shackleton’s footsteps at his hut at Cape Royds
  • Venture back in time at Borchgrevink’s Hut at Cape Adare 
  • Be welcomed ashore at research stations in Terra Nova Bay
  • Visit Enderby Island in sea lion breeding season
  • See the Royal Penguins on Macquarie Island at their peak
  • Emperor Penguins, Royals, Kings, Adelie Penguins, whales, seals...
  • Adelie Penguins are flourishing with chicks about to start fledging  
  • Catch the peak flowering of the Megaherbs in the Subantarctic 
  • 24-hour sunlight in the Ross Sea
  • Orca feeding amongst the ice, especially in McMurdo Sound
  • Navigate through pack ice that guards the entrance to the Ross Sea

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For all voyages, exact landings depend on weather and ice conditions and wildlife sightings can never be guaranteed; however, our 35+ years of experience in operating expeditions mean that we are well equipped to make the most of the conditions at the time. Past trip logs and species lists are available for all expeditions. 

What our travellers are saying:

We are overwhelmed by the excellence of absolutely every aspect of this trip. The staff were so professional, engaging, helpful, knowledgeable, and friendly. We felt safe and well looked after at all times. I doubt having that level of experience and knowledge about Antarctica in one place has not been done before! We were amazed by the quality of the meals, and the cabins and life on board were also more than expected. Please DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING. It was worth every cent... We truly believe you guys are one of the best travel companies we have ever dealt with...

Ben and Ros

We had such a wondrous time on the ship... still reeling from it all, it was just fabulous and the thousands of penguins we saw were just amazing and exceeded all our expectations! Four new species for us seen was just amazing...Snares, Royals, SIX EMPERORS and an Erect-crested! We were in penguin heaven! We've now seen 15 of the 18 penguins in the wild! Thanks to wonderful Heritage – you have all made dreams come true for us. We loved the islands, the ice, all the birds, whales, seals, ice, crazy sea, calm sea, bergs, sky, peace, beauty and wonder of so far south. We loved the walks on land, all the landings, Zodiac cruises, food, crew, staff, passengers. It was all just fantastic.

Julie and Tim

A fantastic time! Trip of a lifetime and memories to last for ever. To experience the historic huts and especially to go into Scott's hut at Cape Evans where my grandfather had been in the early 1900s and 60s... Rodney kept on saying "You don't know how blessed you are..." and he was so right. Thank you for your help, advise and assistance you gave me in the months leading up to my departure.


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