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Antarctica Travel Video, DVD, Sightseeing, Touring

  1. $24.95 DVD

    Item Code : IMAX214

    Antarctica: An Adventure Of A Different Nature - Travel Video.
    DVD. Antarctica takes you to a continent beyond imagination. Discover a new world and learn of Antarctica's wildlife in a way never before possible. Through the heartfelt words of explorer Robert Scott, you'll re-live the brutal hardships, wonders and isolation of the first men on this magnificent frontier. Join in the search for scientific clues locked in centuries-old ice, fly a helicopter over towering glacial peaks, dive through a submerged crystalline cavern in Chaos Glacier and join a company of penguins in an underwater ballet. Directed by John Weiley, narrated by Alex Scott. Music by Nigel Westlake. English, Castillian, French English 38 minutes Color .c2002
  2. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : PLAC22448

    Antarctica - Travel Video.
    DVD. Places We Go. 45 Minutes. Join Jennifer and Michael on a sea voyage to Antarctica. This is a very special trip for Michael, one of his lifelong dreams as his father lived and worked in Antarctica over 30 years ago. So join us and explore the end of the earth in this adventurous journey to one of the world’s final frontiers.
  3. $39.95 DVD Regions 1 & 2

    Item Code : GLOB20833

    Antarctica & South Atlantic -  Travel Video.
    DVD. Globe Trekker. 120 Minutes. Globe Trekker Zay Harding goes on an epic adventure to the ends of the earth, from Ushuaia, Argentina to the Falkland Islands, South Georgia Island, the South Shetland Islands, and on to Antarctica. He sails along the Antarctic Peninsula marveling at cathedral sized glaciers, icebergs and a dazzling array of wildlife. Following in the footsteps of explorers, adventurers, and conservationists, Zay ice climbs, kayaks, camps, and even plunges into the ice cold Antarctic waters. Along the way, he meets pre-eminent scientists like the British Antarctic Survey's Jonathan Shanklin, who discovered the hole in the ozone layer and American biologist and global warming expert Jim McClintock. His journey ends with a treacherous crossing of The Drake Passage to his final destination Cape Horn in Chile. Features two Globe Trekker episodes: Antarctica South Atlantic
  4. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : TWLD20693

    Antarctica The Last True Wild Frontier - Travel Video.
    DVD. Travel Wild. 26 Minutes. Lin explores the world's last true frontier and ventures to one of the most remote places in the world the Ross Sea to follow in the footsteps of Antarctic explorers Ross and Shackleton, even taking a look around their Antarctic homes. Along the way she is enthralled and captivated by the wildlife and hundreds of thousands of penguins. It is an epic voyage of adventure as she covers 5000 miles landing on both the sub-Antarctic islands and the continent of Antarctic. It is lots of fun traveling in 5 star style but the main focus here is how essential it is that tourism to these vital wildlife playgrounds does not impact on the surroundings. Lin gets up close and personal to many of the Antarctic’s colorful characters including the Adele and King penguins, Elephant Seal Royal Albatross and Hooker Sea Lions. It is fun in the snow and on the ice unfolding the story of the hardships faced by those early pioneer explorers and looking into their lives and their stores in their shacks which remain in the far reaches of the Ross Sea. This is one epic adventure in a place few people ever visit and a place you will fall in love with as beautiful as it is wild.
  5. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : TWLD20692

    Antarctica Unpredictable Weather - Travel Video.
    DVD. Travel Wild. 26 Minutes. Join host Lin Sutherland as she continues her journey of Antarctica. From Hobart, Australia Lin climbed aboard the expedition ship Orion and after traveling over 2,000 kilometers in 5 star style arrived in Antarctica. Visit the adorable Adele penguins in Cape Adare; take a dive in the freezing Antarctic waters and as weather permits off to Scott’s Hut, one of the most famous historic places in Antarctica. Shackleton’s Hut is next on the list, but was quickly interrupted as the pack ice started to move in quickly and could possibly trap the ship. Witness the passengers and crew of the Orion flee to the boat as the big blocks of ice start blocking their path to the ship, an incredible sight of the constant changing Antarctic weather. All this and so much more…
  6. $24.95 VHS NTSC

    Item Code : NATL224

    Antarctica: The Last Wilderness - Travel Video.
    National Geographic. VHS. No place on Earth is more hostile to life than Antarctica. In some parts of this frozen continent, the ice is more than three miles thick. Yet, an abundance of fascinating creatures manage not only to survive?but to thrive. Half the world's elephant seals invade empty polar beaches for a frenzied mating season. Ten million Crabeater seals spend most of their lives on the ice floes, seldom reaching land. Sir David Attenborough ventures to the bottom of the planet to find out how nature equips these and other remarkable creatures for survival. 60 minutes
  7. $24.95 VHS NTSC

    Item Code : RAND223

    Exploring Antarctica - Travel Video.
    Rand McNally Video Expeditions. VHS. Explore the Antarctic Peninsula during its endless summer days. Voyage inside a volcanic caldera at Deception Island. Encounter emperor penguins protecting their eggs during blistering cold winters. Follow in the footsteps of Robert Scott's 1911 expedition to the South Pole. See Paradise Bay, a giant glacial basin and Livingston Island. Break through the frozen sea in Lemaire Channel and come face to face with brawling elephant seals. 48 minutes.
  8. $24.95 VHS NTSC

    Item Code : QUES222

    Exploring Antarctica ~ Questar Video.
    VHS. Venture into this land at the bottom of the world with its stark, beautiful landscapes and temperatures reaching 80 brutal degrees below zero. Discover the numerous species of birds, penguins and seals that can actually endure such extreme conditions. Hear the heroic story of the race to the South Pole between Norwegian Roald Amundsen and Briton Robert F. Scott. Learn about the promise Antarctica's abundant resources may hold for the future. 60 minutes.
  9. $24.95 VHS NTSC

    Item Code : NATL221

    Antarctica Wildlife Adventure - Travel Video.
    National Geographic. VHS. Set sail with a family of real-life explorers for the most remote and starkly beautiful continent on earth - Antarctica. Aboard the 50-foot schooner Damien II, a husband-wife naturalist team and their three sons will guide you on the voyage of a lifetime. Rocky coasts, azure blue seas, and magnificent towering icebergs set the backdrop for a wide variety of wildlife as you navigate south through the islands of the pristine Antarctic peninsula. From the deck of the small craft you will see humpback whales perform a graceful underwater ballet. And while on shore, you will mingle with three species of penguins as well as marvel at young elephant seals at play. The family members, all seasoned Antarctic explorers, study bustling penguin colonies to gauge the general environmental health of the peninsula. Interestingly, the film reveals that scientists are the primary threat to Antarctica's ecology--in some areas, rusting shipwrecks and abandoned oil drums from scientific expeditions litter the landscape. There are some excellent camera close-ups of humpback whales surfacing around the small vessel. Penguin lovers will also enjoy the ample footage of their favorite amiable black-and-white birds. 60 minutes.
  10. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : NATR220

    Antarctica - Nature Video - DVD.
    168 Minutes. NATURE takes you to the end of the earth--both above and below the surface! Program 1: The End of the Earth - Prepare yourself for a full blast of this fierce, remote, and astonishingly beautiful part of the earth that wreaked havoc on the legendary Shackleton Expedition, as well as other expeditions that ventured to Antarctica. You will look directly into the face of the Katabatic, the downward-sloping wind that decimates life, dictates the earth's weather, and sculpts beautifully massive forms in the ice and snow. Marvel as scientists and explorers alike brave the frightening conditions to uncover "the end of the earth." Program 2: Under Antarctic Ice - Beneath the surface of stunningly cold water, an abundance of lifeforms and icescapes can be found. Academy Award-winner Hilary Swank narrates encounters with jellyfish that have thirty-foot long tentacles, sponges the size of large mammals, killer whales, and more in this fascinating look at what lies in the ocean depths beneath the surface of one of the coldest continents on Earth.
  11. $59.95 DVD

    Item Code : IMAX219

    Shackleton's Antarctic Adventure - Travel Video.
    DVD. 40 Minutes. Originally filmed for the impressively massive IMAX screen, SHACKLETON'S ANTARCTIC ADVENTURE is a gorgeously made film tracking the explorer's legendary 1914 expedition to the icey, uninhabited continent. Using original still photos, trek photographer Rank Hurley's 35 mm film, and new recreations, the film reconstructs the harrowing exploration, in which the crew's ship was destroyed by ice and the men were forced to survive in the sub-freezing temperatures for almost 2 years.
  12. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : NWON218

    Antarctica - Travel Video.
    DVD. Nature Wonders. 10 Minutes. Antarctica is situated far from civilization and is one of the last large ecosystems on our planet. Indeed, it is a continent that is still in a primeval state. Seeing its snow covered mountains and beaches covered with wildlife, one becomes even more aware of the amazing beauty of this region yet also the delicate balance of the Antarctic and its wildlife. It is a tranquil natural landscape where thousands of penguin inhabit the bays and hills along with endearing seals living in a habitat of icebergs, glaciers and vast empty spaces of ice. No other continent is as unexplored and undiscovered and for scientists, it continues to possess many enigmas and secrets yet to be revealed. The Antarctic is one of the last paradises on Earth and a marvel of unique wildlife and scenic splendor.
  13. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : ONTR217

    Antarctica - Travel Video.
    DVD. On Tour. 26 Minutes. The Antarctic lies far away from the civilised world and is one of the most beautiful places on Earth, a spectacular wilderness of snow, ice and rock: the last, large eco system on the planet. In Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, we begin our expedition by cruise ship to some of the most remote locations in the Antarctic The boat makes its way along the coastline of a land of icebergs, glaciers and snow covered islands on the coldest, driest and most deserted continent on Earth. The journey through the Lemaire Channel is one of the most spectacular maritime passages one could ever experience. Everything looks absolutely newly-created. The channel is about fifteen kilometres long and up to a hundred metres wide, with snow covered islands and icebergs. Well sheltered between huge icebergs and the immense glaciers of the high mainland mountains, is Paradise Bay that, as its name suggests, is a place of calm as well as being a natural harbour. Elephant Island is the northernmost of the South Shetland Islands, the last bastion of the Antarctic that towers majestically from amid the Antarctic Ocean and is inhabited by penguins and seals. Stanley is the capital of the Falkland Islands, a far-flung outpost of the former British Empire. The region contains seven hundred islands of which twenty nine are inhabited. The ship's passengers are mesmerised by the spell of the Arctic Circle, by its wildlife, its unique beauty and dramatic landscapes. The grand adventure comes to an end. Long live Antarctica!
  14. $29.95 DVD Blu-ray

    Item Code : NATR216

    Antarctica - Travel Video - Blu-ray DVD.
    104 Minutes. Program 1: Under Antarctic Ice - On the surface, it is the bleakest of lands, with ferocious winds, flightless birds, and enough ice to flood half the planet's population if it were to melt. But below that frozen mass, a fantastic environment of indescribable beauty teems with life. Academy Award-winner Hilary Swank narrates this mesmerizing program shot in high definition over a period of two years. Rating: TV-G. Program 2: Encountering Sea Monsters - Take the plunge with deep-sea cameraman Bob Cranston as he encounters "the stuff of nightmares." Tim Matheson narrates this gripping program that explores the gloomy green ocean depths to discover fantastic worlds and the beautiful but deadly creatures that inhabit them. Rating: TV-PG.
  15. $26.95 Blu-ray Disc

    Item Code : IMAX215

    Antarctica: An Adventure Of A Different Nature - Travel Video - Blu-ray Disc.
    Originally filmed in IMAX and digitally remastered for home video, this film takes the viewer into the heart of Antarctica, from the majesty of its glacial peaks to frolicking penguins in the icy waters. Imax - Antarctica: An Adventure Of A Different Nature Reviews: "...The end result is a visual feast that is both eerie and enchanting....ANTARCTICA is a powerful film..." -- Kevin Brass, Los Angeles Times.
  16. $39.95 DVD Regions 1 & 2

    Item Code : GLOB22918

    Antarctica & South Atlantic - Travel Video.
    DVD. Globe Trekker. 120 Minutes. Globe Trekker Zay Harding goes on great an epic adventure to the ends of the earth, from journeys Ushuaia, Argentina to the Falkland Islands, South maps Georgia Island, the South Shetland Islands, and on to to Antarctica. He sails along the Antarctic Peninsula marveling anywhere at cathedral sized glaciers, icebergs and a dazzling array of wildlife. Following this in the footsteps of explorers, adventurers, and conservationists, Zay that ice climbs, kayaks, camps, and even plunges into these the ice cold Antarctic waters. Along the way, at he meets pre-eminent scientists like the British Antarctic Survey's as Jonathan Shanklin, who discovered the hole in the ozone be layer and American biologist and global warming expert Jim McClintock. His very journey ends with a treacherous crossing of per The Drake Passage to his final destination Cape Horn in trim Chile. Features two Globe Trekker episodes: Antarctica South Atlantic.