I haven’t been to Antarctica yet, but it is top of my bucket list. So if anyone is looking for a guide to accompany them …

Community Reports

Antarctica, 2024: Cheryl Antonucci, 19 days & 14 species including Hourglass Dolphin, Blue Whale and Leopard Seals.

Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falklands, 2023: Rob & Remy Jansen, 3 weeks & 12 species including Hourglass Dolphin, Orca and Weddell Seal.

Subantarctic Islands, 2017: Jesper Hornskov, 3 weeks & 15 species including Hourglass DolphinSouthern Bottlenose Whale and Strap-toothed Beaked Whale.

Antarctica, 2017: Samuel Marlin, 2 weeks & 12 species including WeddellCrabeater and Leopard Seals.

The Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica, 2016: Naturetrek, 3 weeks & 23 species including Weddell, Crabeater and Leoard Seals, Hourglass Dolphin, and Sei, Southern Bottlenose and Gray’s Beaked Whales.

The Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica, 2010: Trevor Hardaker, 2.5 weeks & 16 species including Crabeater, Weddell and Leopard Seals, Sei Whales and Peale’s and Hourglass Dolphins.

Antarctica, Falklands and South Georgia, 2008 : Indri Tours, 20 days & 22 species including Crabeater, Weddell and Leopard Seals and Sei and Southern Bottlenose Whales.

Atlantic Odyssey,2004: Richard Webb, 27 days & 16 species including Sei Whales and Hourglass Dolphins.

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Please email me if you have tips for mammal watching in this area.

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