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Discover our unique voyages to rugged and remote parts of Ireland and discover parts unseen on the normal tourist trails. Discover Ireland’s wild coastline and explore hundreds of islands, enchanting peninsulas and fjords, soaring cliffs, enchanting ruins and explore unique flora and fauna. Hike through breathtaking scenery and explore rarely-seen, forgotten islands and an ancient culture of storytelling, mythology and life intertwined with the Atlantic.

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Dr. Sylvia Earle to Host World First Antarctica Climate Expedition

Registrations of Interest now Open for Dr. Sylvia Earle’s World-First Antarctic Climate Expedition “February 2023 will be a moment in …

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We are 100% Carbon Neutral!

100% Carbon Neutral and this is our Positive Impact Plan This month we have been certified 100% Carbon Neutral as …

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New Itineraries Revealed for 2022-23

Brochure Unveils 16 New Itineraries for 2022-23 Get New Brochure Today we have launched our expanded 2022-23 Season Brochure for …

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See Alaska’s Glacial Time Capsule

Aurora Expeditions recognises the Tlingit people, and Lingít Aaní which are their ancestral homelands will be travelling through. Alaska is …

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Here are John Weir’s Top 3 Sea Kayak Destinations

About Sea Kayaking John Weir, Sea Kayak Guide Explore all the benefits of sea kayaking with Aurora Expeditions. Kayaking is …

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Antarctica’s Top 10 Activities

What activities can you actually do in Antarctica? When you visit Antarctica there is more to do than just looking …

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Aurora Expeditions becomes the newest Global partner of powerhouse luxury travel network Virtuoso®

New global partnership ready to set sail Australia’s award-winning adventure cruise company Aurora Expeditions has joined forces with travel’s leading …

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Download your own Arctic vs Antarctica Infographic

The Polar Difference They are at polar ends of the earth, but how different really is Antarctica to the Arctic? …

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