2024 Antarctica Photo Tour

Landscape and Wildlife Photography on the Last Frontier

Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime experience to photograph Antarctica, Earth’s southernmost and least-populated continent. This Antarctica Photo Tour offers an exclusive opportunity to visit and photograph the breathtaking land of ice, where very few humans have had the opportunity to set foot and wildlife roams freely and in abundance.

This photo expedition to Antarctica, South Georgia, and the Falklands, will take place in February 2024. Early February is the peak of summer and prime time for traveling to Antarctica and the Sub-Antarctic islands, especially for landscape and wildlife photographers.

By joining this Antarctica cruise expedition, you’ll be joining a small group of like-minded photographers, in search of the adventure of a lifetime.


During this Antarctica photo tour, we will focus on shooting the landscapes and wildlife of Antarctica, South Georgia, and the Falklands.

Our adventure will start in the Antarctic peninsula, where we will have exclusive opportunities to photograph massive icebergs, pristine landscapes, and a wide variety of wildlife, including four different types of penguins, whales, and seals.

After this, we will spend four days in South Georgia, the most iconic of the Sub Antarctic islands, and a place full of history and impressive landscapes. Here we will continue photographing landscapes and capture a once in a lifetime scene when hundreds of thousands of King penguins gather on the beaches.

Lastly, we will finish our trip on the Falkland islands, a paradise for birders and photographers with more than 50 types of Antarctic bird species, including the mating of the beautiful albatrosses when they find their lifetime partners. 

We’ll embark on the smallest expedition ship in Antarctica, having more flexibility to get to remote locations where larger boats can’t get and maximizing the chances of more landings ashore.

You’ll have all the guidance and help from expedition guides and expert photography instructors so you can have an unforgettable experience while learning photography and capturing unique moments.

Antarctica Photo Expedition Highlights

  • Photo expedition from February 5-24, 2024
  • Limited spots
  • 2 professional photography guides + experienced expedition guides
  • Main topics: Landscape & wildlife photography
  • Main areas: Falkland Islands, South Georgia, Antarctic Peninsula, South Shetland Islands
  • An all-inclusive tour aboard the smallest expedition ship in Antarctica
  • Multiple Zodiac landings & guided walks on shore
  • Photography and nature presentations
  • Editing classes aboard the ship

Is this Photo Expedition to Antarctica the right trip for me?

Before you continue reading, it’s important to note that even though there aren’t any strenuous activities involved in this expedition, such as long hikes or snorkeling, a certain level of fitness is required.

All the activities on the boat and going ashore, are suitable for all levels. We’ll spend a fair amount of time on the boat, and going ashore, so you must be able to get up and down the steep gangway from the ship to the water level to board the zodiacs. Being in good general health will ensure you can participate in all activities.

Reaching Antarctica is the ultimate goal for explorers and adventurers, and being able to visit this region on a small vessel with a limited number of people makes this once-in-a-lifetime experience even better. The cherry on top is that you’ll be accompanied by two experienced photographers who will help you take the best possible images to capture this moment in time.

2024 Antarctica Photography Tour Itinerary

The following itinerary should be used as a guideline. The captain and expedition guides will do everything in their power to guarantee the best experience; however, it’s worth noting that your experience will depend greatly on weather, ice conditions, and wildlife behavior.

Our experienced crew can alter the plans to take advantage of light conditions, weather, wildlife sightings, and any other one-of-a-kind opportunities.

Itinerary map for antarctica photography cruise expedition

DAYS 1-3: Departure

This Antarctica photo expedition begins in Ushuaia, a town in the southernmost tip of South America. It’s known as the gateway to Antarctica and has been nicknamed the “End of the World”.

You will board the ship in the afternoon and meet your fellow expeditioners; a select group of people with whom you’ll experience this great adventure. During the first couple of days, you’ll get a general orientation from the captain, expedition crew, and photography guides.

After exiting the Beagle Channel, we’ll find ourselves on the open ocean as we embark on a 2-day crossing of the Drake Passage, where the Atlantic, Pacific, and Southern Oceans all meet.

During this sea voyage, you’ll have a chance to get a first glimpse of the wildlife in this part of the globe and take your first photos. You might see albatrosses and storm petrels flying alongside the ship, so always keep an eye out and your camera at hand.

DAYS 4-9: Antarctica

After crossing the Drake Passage, our small group will sail into the calmer waters of the Antarctic Peninsula. We’ll spend the following days of our Antarctica cruise expedition exploring the area, and we’ll finally have the chance to do the first onshore landings and zodiac excursions.

Depending on weather and ice conditions, we’ll generally plan around 2 zodiac excursions a day.

The Antarctic Peninsula stretches out nearly a thousand miles towards the tip of South America and is the northernmost part of the Antarctic continent. About 75% of the krill population surrounding Antarctica resides in this area, supporting large breeding populations of penguins, seals, and whales.

During this part of the Antarctica photo expedition, we’ll cruise alongside spectacular ice cliffs, watch whales that are feeding near the surface, or go ashore for a hike and close encounters with penguins and seals.

Along the way, the team of expert expedition guides will share their knowledge of the Antarctic Peninsula’s wildlife, geology, history, and geography.

Places we might visit include:

    • Paradise Harbour: a protected bay surrounded by magnificent mountain peaks and breathtaking glaciers.
    • Half Moon Island: a wildlife-rich area, where a large Chinstrap penguin rookery lives between basaltic turrets colored by yellow and orange lichens.
    • Volcanic Deception Island:one of the most incredible and unusual islands on the planet. It’s an active volcano in the South Shetland Islands, with black beaches and steam rising from hot springs along the shore.
    • Lemaire Channel:this is one of the most famous and beautiful sites in Antarctica. This channel is a calm and stunning 7-mile-long waterway that has been nicknamed “Kodak Gap” or “Kodak Alley” due to its extraordinarily photogenic landscape and rich wildlife.

We’ll keep an eye out for wildlife. Leopard seals, penguins, and whales may show themselves at any time!

DAYS 10-12: At sea

After leaving the white continent behind us, our small group will set course to the northeast, bound for South Georgia. This sea voyage will take 2 to 3 days, during which we might stop at the South Orkney Islands to visit the Base Orcadas, an Argentine scientific station.

Our days at sea during this Antarctica photo expedition are the perfect opportunity for photography presentations and editing classes. We’ll use these days to show you how to enhance your images to better represent your artistic vision.

Additionally, we’ll still be attentive to any wildlife activity. We’ll have the chance to see different types of sea birds and whales breaching close to the ship.

DAYS 13-17: South Georgia

South Georgia is one of the most isolated and awe-inspiring places on our planet, shaped by ice and volcanic activity throughout millennia. A steep mountain range traces the spine of this long, narrow island, creating a breathtaking backdrop surrounded by the most captivating fjords and glaciers you’ll ever see. This is a place to see at least once in your life.

During our visit to South Georgia, we’ll make our way to Grytviken, where the elephant seals sleep amidst the ruins of an old whaling factory. Here we’ll also find the grave of the famous polar explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton, who was laid to rest here in a small cemetery along the bay.

As we explore South Georgia, we will have the opportunity to reflect on Shackleton’s epic journey with his ship the ‘Endurance’ which was recently found in the Weddell Sea, where it sank in 1915.

Here you’ll also witness the iconic sight of thousands of king penguins on the beach. Below are some of the places we might visit:

    • Andrews Bay: This black sand beach is a resting place for dozens of elephant seals that drag themselves onto the shore to molt. Behind the beach, the sight, sound, and smell of thousands of king penguins at different stages of their breeding cycle will be overwhelming.

      The glacial river that runs through the landscape will be alive with penguin chicks and seal pups testing their aquatic skills. If we lift our gaze from the wildlife for a moment, we will glimpse the snow-capped peaks of some of the world’s most spectacular mountains and glaciers. But keep your eyes out for young fur seals, which are known to be quick and feisty.

    • Godthul: Imagine indented bays lined with bleached whalebones, teeming with fur seal pups and penguin chicks waiting for their parents.

      Here you have the opportunity to clamber through the tussock to a spectacular plateau offering magnificent views across the island and the waters beyond. A careful descent leads us to a magnificent macaroni penguin rookery.


    • Fortuna Bay: The black sand beach is surrounded by king penguins and fur seals of all ages and sizes, with a backdrop of lush green land and mountains. You might be able to walk up a small hill from which you’ll have an overview of a king penguin colony with molting adults and fluffy brown chicks, thousands of them!
    • Salisbury Plain: As soon as the ship anchors near Salisbury Plain, the smell of thousands of king penguins will sweep you off your feet. With around 60,000 pairs of king penguins, Salisbury Plain is home to the second largest colony in the world. No surprise it has been the focus of countless nature documentaries throughout the years.

      If conditions allow and we are fortunate enough to go on land here, make sure to bring an extra memory card for your camera; you will likely need it!

    • Gold Harbour: This is one of the most picturesque bays of South Georgia with several glaciers cascading down the mountain. A waterfall of meltwater oozes down the sharp, steep slope, turning the sea bright blue.

      On the beach, you can see thousands upon thousands of king penguins, 250,000 of them all clumped together on one very small beach. When visiting this magnificent site, keep an eye out for leopard seals. They’re often hiding in the kelp, trying to ambush an unfortunate penguin.

DAYS 18-20: At Sea

On the final days of our Antarctica photo tour, we’ll depart from South Georgia and set sail to the Falkland Islands. This sea journey will take us another two days.

The Falkland Islands showcase a rugged terrain, cliff-lined coasts, hundreds of islands and islets, and abundant birdlife. One of the main photo highlights on the Falklands is the mating of the albatrosses, a beautiful moment of this monogamous species.

From here you can make your way home or extend the journey a few more days and enjoy the islands.


USD $16,400: Triple Cabin*

USD $18,795: Twin Cabin*

USD $20,750: Twin Private

USD $22,800: Mini Suite

USD $23,995: Captain’s Suite

*Shared bathroom

Note: all prices are per person, based on a full occupancy. If you prefer a cabin for single use,
please note that there is a single supplement of 70% (100% on the Suites). However, you
can also book on ‘sharing base’. In this case no single supplement is charged if we can find
another guest of the same gender to share your cabin.

Deposit: 30% of total price.

A deposit of 30% of the total price is required to reserve your spot for this tour. You can also pay in full at any time. The remaining balance is due 90 days before the start of the tour. If the remaining balance is not paid in full by the due date, you will lose your spot.



    • 19 nights on board the ship
    • All meals on board
    • Coffee and tea
    • Experienced expedition guides
    • Experienced landscape and wildlife photographers
    • Zodiac landings, guided walks on shore, and presentations/editing on board
    • Comprehensive tour information before the expedition



    • International flights & hotels
    • Health/travel insurance (We can help you purchase the best travel insurance according to your needs)
    • Cancellation insurance
    • Telephone, personal expenses, tips, etc. and any other service not mentioned in the “INCLUDED” section.

Upcoming Antarctica Photo Tours 



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Your Instructors on this Antarctica Photo Tour

Dan Zafra will be the leading photography instructor throughout this Antarctica photography expedition, and he will make sure that you get the best photography results and experience from this tour. He will help you with composition, technique, and post-processing in your landscape and wildlife images.

He is based in the U.S. and has explored the globe over the years on countless trips to some of the most remote places on earth. He is a professional nature photographer, and will provide constant tips and instructions so you can capture the best possible images.

Dan is a renowned photographer who enjoys educating others through photo tours, workshops, and tutorials. His online photography courses have helped more than 1,000 photographers over the last few years.

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Ascen will be the photography co-leader on this Antarctica photography expedition. She is an expert photographer and experienced tour leader, having led countless photo tours around the globe over the years.

Her main passion is wildlife photography, which has been her specialty over the years. Ascen will also provide the best settings and techniques to capture all the action on the tour.

Her passion for wildlife and photography has taken her to some of the most beautiful places on the planet such as Alaska and the Galápagos Islands. During these trips, she’s honed her skills and gathered extensive experience to help you make the most out of the trip.

What will I learn during this photo expedition to Antarctica?

This trip is focused on wildlife, landscape, and seascape photography.

What you learn during the workshop will vary according to your goals and skills. Your instructors are professional photographers with extensive experience who will help you take your photography to the next level.

During the tour you’ll have the opportunity to learn:

Some of the photography basics you can learn during the expedition are:

    • Getting comfortable shooting different types of landscapes and wildlife in manual mode
    • Adjusting to the best camera settings in each situation
    • Basics of wildlife photography
    • Enhancing your composition with the best techniques
    • Designing your own shooting workflow to be more efficient in the field
    • Creating powerful compositions that tell a story and engage the viewer
    • Building a connection between your photography and your vision
    • Becoming a master of light: learn how to enhance it and keep it under control
    • Advanced landscape techniques like bracketing and focal length blending
    • Advanced wildlife settings and shooting techniques from a moving boat

Some of the post-processing techniques that you can learn with the included tutorials are:

    • Basics of Lightroom and Photoshop
    • Preparing your images in Lightroom/Adobe Camera Raw
    • Stitching together panoramas using different software like Lightroom or PTGui Pro
    • Reducing the noise in your images with Denoise AI
    • Sharpening your photos with Sharpen AI
    • All types of blendings (exposure, focal length, focus, etc.)
    • Light shaping and Dodge & Burn in your landscape & night images
    • Post-processing of moody and atmospheric landscapes

Our Expedition Ship

What makes this ship so special is its small size (236 ft. x 42 ft.). This is a huge advantage compared to the typical Antarctica expedition ships where there are hundreds of guests aboard. The number of guests is limited to 50 people, making this the smallest expedition vessel sailing in Antarctica.

There is enough space for all guests in the zodiacs at once, minimizing waiting times to go ashore. The ship is capable of accessing places restricted to larger vessels, but still big enough to make you feel comfortable during the voyage.

This expedition is specially crafted for photographers, which is why this ship is the perfect match.

Carrying the highest ice class, 1A Super, it has no problem venturing into the ice of these polar regions.

This combination of small size and a strong hull will take you anywhere, offering the most amazing adventures. It’s the perfect expedition vessel for wildlife viewing and photography. The spacious observation decks provide sufficient space to watch for wildlife or follow the ship’s progress.

Inside, you can enjoy the nicely refurbished lounge, bar, and sauna, or spend some time on the bridge for a chat with the captain while whale watching.

The Polar Pioneer was built in 1982, but it was completely refurbished in 2021, making it one of the most up to date vessels in Antarctica.

One of the biggest advantages of traveling on a small vessel like this one is the possibility to connect with the expedition team, fellow participants, and us, your photography instructors, who will be able to offer you more personalized service and attention.

The spacious lounge is a common gathering area where you can socialize, eat lunch, or have a drink at the bar. This is also where we’ll host our photography presentations and editing classes.

Food will be served at designated times in the dining area, but we will be flexible should any wildlife suddenly appear. The chef has a varied and tasty menu that can be adapted to special dietary needs.

What to bring on a photo expedition to Antarctica?

Below, you can find a summary of things you might need:


    • DSLR/mirrorless camera and a sturdy tripod
    • wide-angle lens, such as a 14-24 mm lens
    • medium zoom lens, such as a 24-70 mm lens
    • telephoto lens in the 100-400 mm range
    • camera bag to transport all your equipment
    • waterproof dry bag for the Zodiac (Example)
    • An L-bracketto take vertical images and panoramas
    • A laptop to edit your images (optional)
*Zoom telephoto lenses are ideal for capturing the best possible wildlife images. From the boat, we recommend a lens in the 200-600 mm range and, for the zodiac, a lens in the 70-400 mm range.

Some camera gear like telephoto lenses can be very expensive, so we always recommend the option of renting for the trip. We always rent our camera gear through Lensrentals.  You can find more information on how Lensrentals works and get a discount here.


We’ll be visiting Antarctica during the summer months. The temperature during February is cold but much milder than you’d imagine.

During our expedition in the month of February, we’ll encounter temperatures between 32ºF (0ºC) and 36ºF (2ºC).

Precipitation amounts vary in this region. Unlike the interior of the continent, rain is fairly normal on the Antarctic Peninsula and surrounding islands.

We’ll be going below the Antarctic Circle and you should come prepared for all kinds of weather, so bring warm clothing. Rain, snow, and strong winds can occur during our trip. Some of the things that we recommend bringing on this Antarctica photo expedition are:

    • system of top layers to wear (base layer, fleece, windproof layer, shell)
    • system of bottom layers to wear (hiking pants, fleece pants for cold days, overpants for snow)
    • A good pair of breathable boots to keep your feet warm
    • Warm wool socks
    • wool hat, neck gaiter, and gloves
    • Microspikes in case there’s ice on the ground during landings (Example)
    • We recommend special photography gloves and toewarmers/handwarmers if you tend to get cold easily

You will find more items and details on the official list of recommendations that we provide before the trip.

Small boat on the ocean sailing during a sunset

Fitness Level

There are no strenuous hikes during this photo expedition. When we go ashore, we won’t venture far inland.

All the activities on the boat, as well as the landscape and wildlife photography sessions, are suitable for all fitness levels.

However, this adventure requires a good fitness level to be able to fully enjoy it. We’ll spend a fair amount of time on the boat, and going ashore, so you must be able to get up and down the steep gangway from the ship to the water level to board the zodiacs. Being in good general health will ensure you can participate in all activities.


USD dollar is accepted onboard as well as credit card payments at the end of the trip. In Ushuaia, the official currency is the Argentine peso (ARS)

Internet & WiFi

Internet is very limited on board. You can set up your own mailing account, but there is no wifi, and only email is possible with no possibility of transferring files. Since this is a satellite connection, internet can be disrupted. Internet will be used as a means to keep in touch with people at home and emergencies, but not for browsing or sending photos.


There are no visa requirements to enter Antarctica; however, transit countries like Argentina might require a tourist visa.

People from most countries, including the Americas, Europe, Eastern Asia, Israel, Australia, and New Zealand, don’t need a tourist visa to visit Argentina for trips that are shorter than 90 days.

Please check if you need a visa to visit Argentina if you live outside those areas. We can help you with this process.

Please, also make sure your passport is valid for at least six months after the trip ends.


What expenses should you consider for this Antarctica Photo Expedition?


You should book your flight to Ushuaia International Airport (USH).

Airline ticket prices will depend on the airport you are flying from, but round-trip flights from the USA cost around $1,400 – $1,800, and from Europe cost $1,200 – $1,300.

While searching for trips, if you can’t find flight connections to Ushuaia, then you might need to book your flights to Buenos Aires (EZE), and then book a separate local flight to Ushuaia.


Meals are included in this expedition. Alcoholic beverages are not included.

What makes this Antarctica Photo Tour unique?


This photography expedition to Antarctica is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and as such, you'll enjoy a 24/7 photography experience. You'll be surrounded by experts and like-minded people in an environment that's conducive to great photo opportunities.


This Antarctica photo expedition is limited to small, select group of photographers. This is to ensure you enjoy this experience to the fullest and get personalized instruction from the photography tour leaders.


Our vessel carries a limited number of passengers compared to other bigger ships. Thanks to this, we'll have access to restricted areas that bigger ships can't get to.


dedicated instruction plan for you. It doesn’t matter your age or skills; we will design your plan and provide you with materials before, during, and after the workshop so the learning process is not limited to just the tour.


We have spent years designing national and international photo tours with successful results, helping photographers with everything from the simple task of getting off Auto to the ambitious goal of capturing complex images. Dan’s online courses have also helped more than 1,000 photographers over the last few years.


Beyond the photography, our workshops help build strong bonds that last forever. After our trip, you’ll feel like you have been with a group of friends rather than on a standard tour. We are thankful to have plenty of repeat clients who keep traveling and learning with us.

Frequent questions about our Antarctica Photo tours

Whether you are experienced or just starting in photography, you are all welcome, and I am convinced that you will progress very quickly. Together, we will get you back home with greater and deeper knowledge in many photography topics.

Also, we can Zoom or Skype beforehand to discuss your skill level, knowledge, and your goals with this tour.

There are no strenuous hikes during this photo expedition. When we go ashore, we won’t venture far inland.

All the activities on the boat, as well as the landscape and wildlife photography sessions are suitable for all fitness levels.

However, this adventure requires a good fitness level to be able to fully enjoy it. We’ll spend a fair amount of time on the boat, and going ashore, so you must be able to get up and down the steep gangway from the ship to the water level to board the zodiacs. Being in good general health will ensure you can participate in all activities.

There is no age limit. This trip is perfect for anyone over 18 years old who wants to photograph Antarctica with us.

The recreational use of drones (or UAVs) is not allowed in the polar regions. This is to prevent guests from disturbing animals or other guests. There’s also the risk of littering when a drone gets lost and cannot be retrieved from nature. We do not recommend bringing a drone to this photography expedition.

It is strictly forbidden to pet, feed or disturb any wildlife during this Antarctica photo expedition. Always keep your distance from wildlife, mainly when it comes to penguin chicks and seal pups. Standing too close to them could force the parents to get defensive or prevent them from feeding their offspring.

Always remember we are in the presence of wildlife and their ecosystem is delicate. We should be extremely careful not to interfere.

There will be a doctor on board our ship on this photography expedition to Antarctica. We always recommend bringing enough prescribed medication with you, not only for during the trip itself, but also some extra in case you experience any delays.

While traveling at sea, there is always a chance we may encounter rough waters and you could feel seasick. But once sheltered by islands or fjords, the water is usually calm, and you won’t feel any ocean swell or choppy seas.

When traveling to Antarctica by ship, we will cross the Drake Passage, which takes approximately 2 days. This ocean passage is known for its rough water and high waves, which often causes guests to get seasick. However, everyone reacts differently to these circumstances, and not all Drake Passage crossings are rough.

We recommend that everybody going on an expedition cruise bring preventative medications just in case you might feel seasick.

Our Happy Students!

I’ve had the opportunity to work with and help countless photographers over the last years:

Everything clicked! Everything Dan and Ascen arranged from the shooting spots to the lodging was first rate. They had all the photo shooting spots pre-arranged in a logical manner with a minimum of necessary transportation time. The final day's blizzard kept us indoors and Dan's knowledge of photo editing software and his ability to explain were emphasized by his making video tutorials of each session and forwarding them to us. Am I impressed? I'm signed up for his Kamchatka Photography Workshop! Enough said.
Nels Johnson
Dan and Ascen were polite, friendly, organized, punctual, incredibly knowledgable, and so professional. Not only did they maximize every day that we had to shoot the landscape, in terms of working around temperamental arctic conditions, but they also provided exceptional learning opportunities and teaching on so many things that were specific to my needs. I got completely on manual mode by the end of the trip, felt confident on my f stops and camera settings, and came away with close to 10,000 images. I cannot recommend them enough.
Petrova Jones
What I liked the most is that they treated us like family and planned everything to optimize our time to enjoy every scenario, including midnight trips to search for the Northern Lights to see and photograph it!!
Mariane Yuri
My wife Peggy and I enjoyed the “Dan and Ascen Photo Tour”. Dan gave us some helpful tips for photographing the Northern Lights. We also learned from him other techniques to improve our photograph.
Ben Yul
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Great tour! Dan was great with helpful information while arranging the trip on what was going to happen, and what to bring to have a good experience. They went out of their way to accommodate everyone's requests, and to do as many things on the itinerary as time allowed. They were great with both technical coaching and participant management, and knew all the great spots to get the best shots. Would highly recommend this company for future tours!
Michael Singer
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This trip is truly the best photography tour I have ever been on. They make learning photography so much fun. Their technical skills, guidance, and patience are absolutely awesome. Their efforts are much appreciated and I am already looking forward to the trip to Lofoten in February 2023.
Cindy Mok
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I can't say enough about the experience with Capture the Atlas; It was fun, educational, inspiring, adventurous, and life-changing! The knowledge the tour leaders had of the area, and the planning that goes into each day is self-evident and perfectly organized. In their commonly used words, this trip is INCREDIBLE, INSANE, and GORGEOUS 🙂 I would absolutely love to return on a trip with this great team to some other location. I’m sure it would undoubtedly be a fantastic experience!!
Praveena Bhairraju
On my recent photo tour with Capture the Atlas, not only was I able to see the Northern Lights, but I also was able to photograph them thanks to Dan's tutelage and patience! I returned home with not only amazing pictures but also renewed enthusiasm for photography. Dan's passion for photography and landscapes is unequivocal.
Rachel Rose
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Dan was a great host on my recent Photo tour. He is an excellent photographer and was energetic in his effort to get our group to so many great sites to photograph. I had great comrades along, which made the journey even more enjoyable. Would I make this trip with Capture the Atlas again? In a heartbeat!
Larry Covalciuc
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Dan & Ascen drove almost 2,000 km’s to bring us to all the locations for photo shoot’s. There was fabulous enthusiasm amongst the group. We witnessed amazing landscapes and seascapes. Dan made it all possible, the “Dancing Northern Lights” would not be missed on this tour. There was a good choice of accommodation & restaurants.
Iris Anderson
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Dan was very knowledgeable on the best photo locations on the island. In addition to the well-known locations, he also took us to some less visited locations that were also worthwhile. It is also a plus to have a tour guide who is knowledgeable about lodgings, restaurants, grocery stores, etc. in the area. One bucket-list item for all of our group was to see the Northern Lights. Dan drove to locations where we were able to get two nights of good Northern Lights viewing. I highly recommend them and would travel with them again.
Kenneth Orloff

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Antarctica is one of the few real remote and pristine places remaining on Earth.

This is the place where the last great explorers reached the limits of our planet, and an area where the landscapes and wildlife are still untouched by human civilization.

This once in a lifetime experience will take you to the last frontier on Earth, traveling in a small expedition ship prepared for photography and exploration, where you’ll see nature at its best.

Are you ready to explore and photograph Antarctica with us?!