This trip gives new meaning to the word remote, visiting places that are quite literally the most isolated on the planet. Experience the wildlife wonderland that is South Georgia, with thousands upon thousands of penguins to be seen. From the blackbrowed albatrosses of the Falkland Islands to the warblers and herons of Cape Verde, the birdwatching is outstanding from beginning to end. Step back in time in the little-known Tristan da Cunha Islands, an undisturbed, UNESCO-protected gem full of seabird colonies, shipwreck history and warm British hospitality
In the spirit of early Portugese explorers, embark on an epic journey northbound over the South Atlantic Ocean. Set sail from South America’s southernmost tip, Ushuaia, and explore an incredible spread of islands – East and West Falkland, South Georgia, Tristan da Cunha, St Helena, and Ascension. Then, as if the incredibly diverse wildlife and awe-inspiring Antarctic landscapes weren’t enough, drop anchor at the festive and folk music-filled Cape Verde, a destination off the coast of West Africa that defies categorisation.