Travel with Confidence

Our dedicated team of medical and operations specialists, led by our Medical Director Dr. Dan Schual-Berke, MD and Dr. Nicholas A. Christakis, MD, PhD have crafted a health and safety plan that will allow you to explore Antarctica with the feelings of freedom, confidence, and adventure that are the hallmarks of our Antarctica experience. Our team will continually monitor the situation on the ground and recommendations from organizations like the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). These protocols may evolve as necessary.


All passengers, crew, and staff will be required to have a full course of an approved vaccine with at least 1 booster shot.


All passengers must have a negative PCR test within 3 days of the trip start date. We strongly recommend getting tested prior to arriving.


Always-circulating fresh air to each cabin, sanitized common spaces, and a certified practicing emergency MD on duty 24/7.

For more detailed information on COVID protocols and policies, please visit our COVID FAQ.

We look forward to safely exploring together soon.

This page is current as of December 2022 and may be updated if/when circumstances change. We will provide booked passengers with detailed COVID-related information well before departure.