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Global, Arctic and Antarctic Cruises

Embark on an expedition cruise to some of the most remote coastal regions in the world on a global, Arctic or Antarctic cruise, and experience nature at its most pristine. Get close to the water and gaze into the iridescent blue heart of an iceberg on a Zodiac cruise. Sit quietly on a beach as a waddle of proud king penguins parades right past. Explore the windswept remnants of bygone eras in some of the most inaccessible places on earth. Join the expedition team on the bridge, binoculars in hand, waiting for the unforgettable moment when a polar bear is revealed on the sea ice.

Expedition cruising brings together travellers with a curiosity about the world around them, a keen sense of adventure and a desire to spend time immersed in the natural world. Explore the real world on an Antarctica cruise, Arctic cruise or a voyage to one of our hand-picked biodiversity and historical hotspots, from Costa Rica and Panama to the rugged Irish coast.

Why travel with Aurora Expeditions

Aurora Expeditions pioneered ship-based adventures with Antarctica cruises over 29 years ago and we remain committed to small, low-impact groups keen to not just see, but experience our range of remote destinations.

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Raja Ampat & West Papua Islands

The tropical archipelago of West Papua is ideal for expedition cruising. Raja Ampat and the nearby islands of the Indonesian …

14 Days

From USD $10,156.00/pp

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Aleutian Islands

Board your expedition ship in the stunning, remote fishing port of Seward, Alaska, and begin exploring the rugged Alaskan Peninsula …

16 Days

From USD $12,596.25/pp

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Alaska Odyssey

Along the famed Inside Passage, visit small communities such as the Metlakatla Indian Community on Annette Island. In wilderness areas …

14 Days

From USD $9,916.00/pp

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Northwest Passage

The icy and labyrinthine channels of the legendary Northwest Passage have enchanted explorers and adventurers for centuries. Get a glimpse …

17 Days

From USD $16,465.50/pp

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Kamchatka & Chukotka

Enter a world of mystery and wonder, where 29 of more than 300 volcanoes are active, creating a dynamic landscape …

17 Days

From USD $13,836.00/pp

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Wrangel Island

Set sail from Nome, Alaska, for Russia’s most remote and treasured wildlife sanctuaries, Wrangel Island Nature Reserve. Discover the world’s …

16 Days

From USD $13,516.00/pp

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Who owns Antarctica?

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What Animals Live in Antarctica?

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How can we help endangered penguins in Antarctica?

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Are Seals Endangered In Antarctica?

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Are There Polar Bears In Antarctica? No – find out why.

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Antarctica in March: Why I like Antarctic trips in March

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Aurora Expeditions is committed to travelling respectfully and providing a trip of a lifetime experience, while aiming to create lifelong ambassadors for the protection of our planet and the diverse places we visit around the world.

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