‘Shackleton’s Footsteps’ is a photo expedition led by Paul Goldstein, an award-winning wildlife photographer, and guide. The expedition retraces the steps of the famous Antarctic explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton, who led the ill-fated Endurance expedition in 1914-1916.
This expedition takes participants on a 20-day journey across the Southern Ocean and the Antarctic Peninsula, stopping at various locations where Shackleton and his crew made their own stops during their journey. Along the way, participants have the opportunity to capture stunning landscapes and wildlife, including penguins, whales, and seals.
The expedition is designed for photography enthusiasts and offers plenty of opportunities to hone your skills, with expert guidance from renowned wildlife photographer and guide Paul Goldstein, which can provide you with an added level of expertise and insight.
‘Shackleton’s Footsteps’ is a unique and exciting expedition that offers participants the chance to follow in the footsteps of one of the greatest explorers of all time and capture stunning photographs of one of the most remote and beautiful places on Earth.