See the White Continent in its unspoiled state—turquoise glaciers, bustling penguin rookeries, and breaching whales.

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 Adélie penguins in Antarctica  Chinstrap penguins   Towering mountains of ice  Reflection of an iceberg, Antarctica. Credit: Brenda Morris  Smithsonian travelers and expert Jim Zimbelman in Antarctica  Leopard seal in Antarctica  Breaching humpback whale  Solitary penguin about to jump.  Credit: Cara Sucher  A group or "waddle" of penguins. Credit: Max Seigal  Two young Adélie penguins. Credit: Richard Sidey

Expedition to Antarctica

A Round-trip Cruise from Ushuaia, Argentina Aboard the 220-guest Le Boréal & Le Soléal

14 days from $10,395

See the White Continent in its unspoiled state—turquoise glaciers, bustling penguin rookeries, and breaching whales.

or Call 855-330-1542

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WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

This trip was the perfect combination of knowledgeable guides and lecturers, small group size, wonderful ship, and the most spectacular destination imaginable. 

- Dalia A.

I loved everything! One of my best trips…

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Jan 21 - Feb 3, 2017 Departure
Rossman Irwin

Rossman Irwin

Dr. Ross Irwin is a geologist at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's Center for Earth and Planetary Studies. His research focuses on relationships between the environment, geologic processes, and landforms. These projects include analyses of data returned by robotic spacecraft, studies of Mars-analog features on Earth, and planetary geologic mapping.
 
Ross Irwin received his bachelor of science in geological sciences from Virginia Tech in 1997 and a PhD in environmental sciences from the University of Virginia in 2005. He completed a post-doctoral appointment at the Center for Earth and Planetary Studies in 2010. For two years he worked for the Planetary Science Institute as a visiting scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. In 2012, he returned to CEPS as a staff scientist. Dr. Irwin is a recipient of the 2012 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers and was recognized for his research in exploring how water has helped to shape the Martian landscape