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A Look at Sustainable Tourism

Facts

Over 20 years
Sustainable tourism has been advancing
2008
marked the approval of the official UN statistical standard
in 3 of the 17 SDGs
Tourism is mentioned

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Adélie Penguins: the Little People of the Antarctic

Described as “an object of endless pleasure and amusement” by Apsley Cherry-Garrard, survivor of Robert Falcon Scott’s ill-fated Terra Nova expedition to the South Pole, the Adélie penguin stands with the regal and iconic emperor penguin as one of only […]

A Rare Glimpse of Imperial Antarctica: the Snow Hill Emperor Penguins

Oceanwide Expeditions recently achieved a rare feat, visiting Antarctica’s northernmost emperor penguin colony on Snow Hill Island. Typically surrounded by impassable pack ice, Snow Hill is a notoriously difficult destination in our Weddell Sea cruise itinerary, only accessible using the […]

Antarctica Cities (and 5 Other Things that Don’t Exist on Earth’s Coldest Continent)

You might wonder why we’d bother writing about all the things you won’t see in Antarctica, and that’s a reasonable reaction. After all, most articles meant to talk up the virtues of a location tend to focus on things that […]

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