On December 4, 2021 Quark Expedition will make history again.
Join us for an astronomically rare opportunity to see the most transformative natural phenomenon in the most spectacular places on Earth.
December 4, 2021 marks only the second time that humans have had the opportunity to view a total solar eclipse from Antarctica. The first time an eclipse was observed on the 7th Continent by beings other than penguins, whales, and seals was on November 23, 2003 when Quark Expeditions took eclipse chasing to a new extreme. On this day, a group of 100 umbraphiles from 17 nations travelled with us aboard the legendary icebreaker, Kapitan Khlebnikov, to become the first humans to see a total solar eclipse under the magnificence of the Antarctic sky, a moment captured in the original video embedded below.
Now, we are reuniting experts from this historic voyage to lead two new Antarctic eclipse expeditions in 2021. Don’t miss this rare opportunity. Book your cabins today.
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