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'Antarctica Wildlife: Insider Tips On When To Go'

Tues 24th Nov 2020
6pm GMT  |  10am PST  |  1pm EST

Join our Antarctica experts as they discuss the characterful and resilient wildlife of Antarctica. Discover the best times of the year to travel to the White Continent in order to see the wildlife when it is most active. When nature puts on a show, it can be truly spectacular, and Antarctica is hard to beat. 


Who will be speaking?

With over 170 days spent in Antarctica between them, Swoop experts Alex, David and Molly share a combined knowledge of the White Continent that's hard to beat. They've crossed the Antarctic Circle, camped out on the Peninsula, kayaked the Southern Ocean, explored hidden bays by zodiac and experienced every part of the season. Most importantly, they've been lucky enough to clock up bags of up-close wildlife experiences, so they know exactly when to travel to witness Antarctic animals at their best.



Alex is our Head of Antarctica, he returned from his first trip to the 7th continent sixteen years ago firmly bitten by 'polar fever' and obsessed with icebergs. Since then, in …

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David dreamed of visiting Antarctica from an early age. David travelled and worked extensively throughout Latin America, and in 2012 the opportunity to work in Antarctica presented…

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Molly has crossed the Antarctic Circle and camped on the Antarctic continent. An avid traveller, she has spent over a decade exploring on five continents. Molly has extensive …

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Our webinars are informal and welcoming, a space to explore Antarctica in all its glory, with time for a Q&A at the end. Questions are shared via the Zoom chat function, and you won't be on camera unless you actively choose to be, allowing you to sit back and relax.

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With over 50 years of Antarctic experience between us, we can help guide you to exactly the right trip for you.