Dive into one of the most extreme environments on Earth. Antarctica boasts icebergs, leopard seals and penguins in a world only seen by a handful. Travel to this remote continent by liveaboard.
Antarctica has plenty to offer divers from magnificent underwater ice formations to unique marine life. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg at the 10 dive sites frequented by liveaboards. Penguins, leopard seals, sea slugs and various gastropods make for fascinating marine life encounters. Do remember that diving in Antarctica is challenging in terms of temperature and overhead environments. This is one of the most extreme environments on Earth, so only experienced drysuit divers should make the arduous journey. The only practical way to dive Antarctica is by liveaboard. Typical itineraries last 11 to 12 days, and the best time to dive in Antarctica is from November to March.