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Explore Tasmania’s windswept coasts to find pristine white beaches peppered with orange lichen-covered boulders. Discover unique wildlife like Bennett’s wallabies, potoroos, pademelons and little penguins. Zodiac-cruise dramatic basalt archways and caverns. Come face-to face with fur seals, Cape Barren geese, gannets and majestic albatross. Revel in crystal-clear waters, ancient forests, jagged mountains and buttongrass plains and take in pure air.
 
All voyages are subject to regulatory approval and only open to Australian and New Zealand residents.

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Do puffins live in the Arctic?

Puffins live in the Arctic. They can be found around sea cliffs and tundra-carpeted coastlines from Iceland to Greenland, Norway, …

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Honouring Women Conservationists on International Women’s Day

The Sylvia Earle will be dedicated to leading women conservationists At Aurora Expeditions, we are celebrating International Women’s Day 2021 …

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Why is Antarctica colder than the Arctic?

Antarctica and the Arctic are the two coldest places on earth. The polar regions are known for their vast, glittering …

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Where is the Arctic?

The Arctic brings to mind encounters with unique wildlife, fascinating history and living cultures, remote hikes across untracked tundra, and …

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A comparison: Arctic vs Antarctica

Antarctica and the Arctic have many things in common: they’re both cold, icy and home to an array of wonderful …

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Aurora Expeditions named World’s Leading Polar Expedition Operator 2020

Aurora Expeditions are absolutely thrilled to have received one of the highest honours in global travel and tourism, named “The …

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Who owns Antarctica?

Antarctica doesn’t belong to anyone. There is no single country that owns Antarctica. Instead, Antarctica is governed by a group …

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What animals live in Antarctica?

    Sub-zero temperatures, months of darkness and some of the strongest winds on Earth. How does life survive in this vast …

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