Traveling in the Polar Regions

Near the farthest reaches of the world, visitors are rewarded with dramatic landscapes, fascinating geology, unique photographic opportunities, and birds and wildlife specially adapted to their often stark surroundings.

Though their remoteness can make these destinations more challenging to reach, the journey is that much more gratifying in the chance to see things found nowhere else on Earth. Isolated research stations, Iceland’s folkloric culture, geological landmarks like waterfalls, volcanoes, geysers, and glaciers, and pelagic bird colonies of tremendous proportions can all be discovered on a Holbrook polar expedition.

Trips to Join

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From $8,950

Natural History

Antarctic Discovery

December 9, 2020 - December 21, 2020
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From $15,300

Natural History

Antarctica | The Falklands, South Georgia, and Antarctic Peninsula

November 4, 2021 - November 27, 2021
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September 12, 2021 - September 23, 2021

Trips to Plan

From $4,950


Iceland | Birding in the Land of Fire and Ice

11 Days | Choose your dates
From $4,980

Natural History

Icelandic Circuit: Energy, Innovation and Volcanic Landscapes

10 Days | Choose your dates
From $3,545

Student Travel

Rugged Iceland | Nature and Science Up-close

9 Days | Choose your dates