This tiny south Atlantic island is the last resting place of one the world's greatest polar explorers, Ernest Shackleton
Just one of the many fascinating folks aboard our Expedition, which travels to Antarctica, the Arctic, and beyond
The Nordic country is rich in history —?and so much more
...and learn how G Adventures and Planeterra are helping Green research whale sharks in the Galápagos
The lifelong conservationist is aboard select Expedition departures, from the Arctic to Antarctica
Kick up your fun quotient by several hundred notches exploring the world’s northernmost city.
It’s the most remote, desolate place on Earth, and undoubtedly one of the coldest as well – but did you know that Antarctica is also purportedly the most haunted place on the planet?
Why a trip to the southernmost continent is unlike any other
Antarctica is a place of extremes and photography here is no exception. Photographer Paul Teolis talks about how Antarctica is the perfect setting for black and white photography.
It’s rush hour! Grab a little shoreline and watch these penguins at work.
See this diverse cast of birds and mammals who call the world’s southernmost continent home.
See the otherworldliness of Antarctica – with more shades of white than you can count!
G Adventures’ own Vanessa Mullin goes to the ends of the Earth to trace her family’s history. She tells her tale here.
Photographer Paul Teolis interviews Sue Forbes about working as a Photographer-in-Residence with the G Adventures Expedition Cruising program.
Leave civilization behind, bundle up and enjoy the crystalline beauty of the frozen north.
Are you ready to explore the Arctic? You’ll want to make a stop in the world’s most northern town before you go any further.
Bundle up and head north with Genevieve Hathaway to discover a community rooted in a history of living in extreme conditions.
Marine Product Manager, Rich Heller tells us about the G Expedition’s new South American adventure.
Most people who've travelled to Antarctica will tell you you never really get used to the feeling of cruising past glaciers and ice floes. All it takes is seven seconds to escape to the great white south. Can you spare it?