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If It’s Winter Up North, It’s Summer in Antarctica

by Susan McKee on October 5, 2016

Antarctic Sailing

Cold weather ahead! It’s time to plan your winter travel. Some of us head south to Arizona or the Caribbean to escape the chill. Others of us look to embrace the season by heading to a ski resort. What about a cruise to Antarctica? A boat’s the only way to get there, unless you’re attached […]

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A Santiago Stopover

by Pam Mandel on October 13, 2011

Squeezed between nearly 4000 miles of coastline and the spine of the Southern Andes (the highest peak breaking 22,000 feet), the country of Chile seems to be all about nature. Mountaineering, trekking, back country adventures, cruising the fjords of Cape Horn. A limited number of Antarctica expeditions leave from Punta Arenas, Chile’s port at the […]

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