Antarctica hits the Airwaves

Yesterday we had the pleasure of talking with Kevin and Sue on their internationally syndicated radio travel show, Travel Planners Radio Show.

Antarctica Hits the Airwaves

Syndicated on the Global American Broadcasting Network, Kevin and Sue entertain their listeners with travel tips and stories from their adventures around the world. They also include an interview with travel experts and listener and this is where we came in.

We had a great conversation about our travels to Antarctica with Quark Expeditions giving the inside scoop into what it is like to travel to the last continent. Sharing some laughs and travel tidbits, we stuck around for two segments to chat about travel.

Part 1

In Part 1 we give you an overview as to what it was like on the Sea Spirit and some of the adventures that we took part in like Kayaking, camping, the Polar Plunge and zipping around the Antarctic Peninsula on Zodiac's spotting whales and seals.


Weddell seals bask in the sun.

 Listen now!

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Part 2

In Part two we touch on our upcoming adventures to the Galapagos with your fav and ours Intrepid Travel and announce our new and exciting adventure to Spain where we will be covering the Running of the Bulls for (For Canadians


Zodiac cruising in Antarctica

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We hope you enjoy the interviews as much as we did and we look forward to visiting Kevin and Sue again after we return from Ecuador next month.

While we've got your attention and we're sharing media, check out our interview on Canada AM
Live from the Drake Passage: Click Here to Watch Now!

Check out Quark Expeditions for planning your own Antarctic Expedition.

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