Expeditions to Antarctica run during the milder months of November to March - temperatures will however still be freezing. Depending on which month you visit there will be slight differences in scenery and wildlife, but all are sure to be equally as breathtaking. November sees the ice break into incredible icebergs. December and January have longer hours of daylight with lots of penguin, seal and bird activity, whereas February and March are known for the amazing whale presence in the waters. Mother nature does of course take matters into her own hands, and so no matter when you visit, a stunning spectacle of ice, water and wildlife is assured.