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An ANTARCTIC expedition and the fabulous Iguazu Falls
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An ANTARCTIC expedition and the fabulous Iguazu Falls

Dates:05.02-08.03
Price:from EUR 23,000 + flights
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One of the most isolated, inaccessible, and inhospitable places on earth. Antarctica, the continent literally at the end of the earth is a place of fascinating extremes. As one of the coldest and windiest places on earth, it’s not the time of day that determines human activity, but what Mother Nature will allow. Sadly, this is where the effects of global warming come to the fore. We hear, more and more often, about the visible deterioration of this extraordinary land. Are uncontrollable greenhouse gases leaving us with the last moments to observe this white giant?…
Historical data shows that around the end of February and beginning of March is the best time to interact with one of Antarctic’s finest inhabitants – the Sea Leopard! These seals are known for playing games with divers; they’re perhaps not so friendly with the penguins though… (dinner time!) These fascinating creatures are only found in Antarctica and to observe them requires an appropriate boat and an approach that is calm and careful. Sea Leopards are studied up close by only a few scientists in the world and photographed or filmed by even fewer. It is absolutely impossible to convey how unique and privileged it is to associate with these graceful and magnificent animals.

Large cruise ships that visit this area are restricted in the time they can stay, some don’t even allow a shore landing! Observing the fauna is brief and fleeting. The only chance of really exploring the Antarctic coast is in a small vessel. Our yacht enables us to stay comfortably in places for a few days, and it gives us the chance to dive almost daily (strength permitting!). We have the flexibility to explore this little known, yet majestic continent, as we wish.

Leading our expedition is the very talented and very experienced Bartosz Stróżyński. Bartosz is a professional photographer and cinematographer, both on and under the water. He’s also a composer, lyricist and author of many publications. He’s won awards in numerous international photographic competitions including the prestigious International Photography Awards, Asferica, European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Por el Planeta and National Geographic Great Photographic Competition. He’s the author of the photo-book “AntArktyka” (unfortunately it’s only in Polish for now, but it’s still worth opening for the stunning images!). He founded and leads the “Three Arts in Antarctica” project, and often writes for the “Salamandra” magazine. Bartosz is fascinated with the Arctic and Antarctic and specialises in underwater photography, winter photography, aquatic mammal photography, reptiles and underwater river photography. He writes many articles related to photography and diving which are printed in publications such as National Geographic, Foto, Scuba Diver Through the Lens, Scuba Diving Magazine, X-Ray Mag and Sport Diver Magazine. As a bonus on this trip, Bartosz will pass on some of his expertise through workshops in wide-angle photography. On top of Bartosz’s 20 years of diving experience, he has more than 10 years experience traversing the wilderness of the Arctic and Antarctic. Bartosz is one of Europe’s greatest authorities on viewing the Sea Leopards. To date, nature has been kind and provided participants of every expedition with a chance to dive with Sea Leopards. Come to this isolated land and meet these amazing creatures that call it home!

This expedition to the great white land is full of activities. Snorkelling, diving (hopefully with the Sea Leopards!), swimming between icebergs, walking near penguin colonies and visiting historical places (yes, there are some!) to name a few.

Our month of adventure begins in the world capital of Tango – Buenos Aires, before moving on to one of the world’s New Seven Wonders of Nature – the Iguazu falls!

WHY VISIT?

  • stand in awe while the majestic Iguazu falls put on a show of power and beauty. You’ll be left in no doubt as to their status as one of the world’s New Seven Wonders of Nature.
  • get up close to these magnificent waterfalls with an exhilarating boat trip in the midst of their cascading and frothing waters.
  • relax in the evening allure of Buenos Aires as you enjoy a live tango show over a wonderful dinner accompanied by exquisite Argentinian wine.
  • a month of high adventure sailing around the least visited waters in the world – Antarctica!
  • a yacht sized perfectly to provide close and intimate interaction with this continent and its inhabitants!
  • learn about nature and photography through workshops by our renowned guide/photographer/cinematographer – Bartosz Stróżyński. As the author of two books and producer of a Sea Leopard focused film about Antarctica, Bartosz is eminently qualified to lead us.
  • be hosted by seals and penguins on the world’s coldest and least visited continent in the world.
  • dive in the cold Antarctic waters and see what lies below the icebergs!
  • get up close to the amazing Sea Leopards and become part of a tiny group privileged with the experience!
  • visit Ushuaia – the world’s southernmost city.
  • enter another world as you admire the Antarctic’s wild, virgin, snow-covered, and freezing landscape.
  • experience the unreal sight of grand icebergs drifting in the ocean.
  • be fascinated by the former research station and remains of the first explorers of this land.
  • cruise around the picturesque landscapes of the South Shetland Islands, Weddel Sea and the Antarctic Peninsula.
  • venture onto the shores of Antarctica to closely observe its world of wildlife. Penguins, albatrosses and seals – all in their natural environment.

ARGENTINA

Day 1 – Flight from Poland to Buenos Aires.

Day 2 – On arrival in the magical city that is Buenos Aires, we are greeted by our guide and transferred to our hotel. The architecture with its elegant tenements, grand residences, wide avenues, and fashionable shops is one face of this beautiful city. The other is a city that never sleeps – bars, clubs, restaurants, live music, and of course, tango, are found on every corner. The night is free, go and enjoy!

Day 3 – Today is a chance to get out and explore this ‘Paris of South America’. You’ll discover this city’s lively open people and colourful life create a hot, Latin atmosphere. In the evenings, restaurants fill with people, squares and other public places become informal tango and music venues. An artistic, bohemian vibe resonates throughout much of the city with its street art and cool cafes.

After a busy day, we have a special treat – food and rhythm! An exclusive menu to look forward to with a selection of excellent wines and a show of sensual tango. An evening to remember!

Day 4 – Transfer to the airport in Buenos Aires for our flight to Iguazuthe falls await us!.

IGUAZU FALLS

The waterfalls of Iguazu are unrivalled. At twice the height and twice the width of Niagara Falls, their imposing beauty leaves visitors bewildered. The huge volume of water plunging into the abyss from hundreds of individual falls attract thousands of tourists to this place, once considered sacred by the native Guarani people. It’s no surprise the Iguazu falls are one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature.

Day 5The source of this great phenomenon are headstreams in the Serra do Mar mountain ranges on the Brazilian Atlantic coast. The waters flow into the Iguazu River which winds its way before falling spectacularly off the Parana Plateau to create the grand falls. We start our tour where this is most violently evident – the famous Garganta del Diablo (the Devil’s Throat). The powerful force of the falls will be felt before we even set eyes upon them, the mighty noise of vast volumes of plunging water will greet us as we approach. On arrival you’ll be mesmerised by the spectacle: roaring cascading water falling 80 metres from 14 waterfalls creating a water vapour rising 30 metres into the air and countless rainbows – you could stand here for hours! Next, we trek the upper terraces; the reward is a breathtaking panoramic view. The route takes us through the lush natural beauty of local tropical vegetation, across various bridges, and to terrific vantage points from the lookout towers set on both sides of the river.

After our trek, an exciting adventure! We board a boat and get close-up to the falls. You can don hat and raincoat, but if you’re feeling a little crazy go without. Come back soaked to the bone but with a big happy smile on your face!

Day 6 – Today we say goodbye to Argentina and fly to Ushuaia, the next part of our extraordinary adventure is about to begin – Antarctica!

ANTARCTICA

February and March is summertime in Antarctica. However, the weather is the most unpredictable part of our journey. Daytime temperatures usually stay above zero degrees Celsius. Generally, you could compare the weather to the high Alps – fickle, quick to change, snowy and sometimes unusually sunny! On our last February trip, we were on deck in t-shirts!

The water temperature is commonly around +2 degrees Celsius. Still, with ice around, it can go as low as -1.8 degrees Celsius without freezing.

Day 7 – Ahead of us, a journey into a mysterious world, where a day lasts for half a year and the ice lasts for eternity. Today we leave Ushuaia, the world’s most southerly city and begin our expedition. Our voyage starts by heading south along the Beagle Channel. Time to settle into the rhythm of our boat, acclimatise and take in the sensational scenery. Our next adventure has begun!

Day 8 to Day 11 – We leave the tip of South America behind and enter the deep open waters of the Drake Passage. An excellent chance for sighting whales, dolphins, petrels, albatrosses, and many other species. There’ll be plenty of time to discuss the amazing history of Antarctic expeditions and its unique wildlife.

Day 12 – The wildness and beauty of this land render it incomparable to any other place on the planet. After crossing the Drake Passage, we reach the Melchior Islands – a small group of snowy outcrops in the middle of Dallmann Bay. Here we have a good chance of seeing whales feeding after returning from spawning off the coasts of Peru and Ecuador.

The cold and inhospitable harshness of Antarctica is strangely what makes it so attractive and captivating to many visitors. An untouched and unfamiliar landscape leaves one feeling like an explorer. It provides an appreciation of how those like Captain William Smith felt as they first set eyes on this vast continent. As the first snow-capped icebergs come into view, you’ll very much be following in the footsteps of the Captain; this signals our arrival in the South Shetland Islands he discovered in 1819. If the weather allows, our guide will take us ashore for a possible close encounter with the penguins and seals! The islands are also the perfect place to perform a test dive.

Day 13 – Today we visit Cuverville Island, lying in the Errera Channel. It was a Belgian Antarctic expedition that first discovered this island in 1897 and named it after the Vice-Admiral of the French Navy. The largest colony of Gentoo penguins is to be found here (4800 pairs!) as well as large numbers of other regional birds. We’ll dive along the gently sloping rocky bottom in search of smaller marine life. Sea Leopards are also often seen patrolling these waters!

The parade of drifting icebergs in all their various shades and shapes is enough to captivate for hours. There will, however, be other distractions! The trip provides us with plenty of time to explore the virgin landscape and all its incredible wildlife.

Day 14 – We’ll pass through severe, indescribable landscapes to sail through into Paradise Bay. Here, we land on the beach near the closed Argentine research station and place our feet firmly the Antarctic continent. Huge mountains, their vivid ice caps mirrored in the sea is the beautiful setting for our dive today. The specific site is Shag Wall, a vertical rock face falling into the icy depths of the ocean. Here we’ll find an abundance of small crustaceans and snails.

Day 15 to Day 17 – On the north-western shore of Wiencke Island, we find the natural harbour of Port Lockroy – one of Antarctica’s most popular destinations.

If ice conditions are favourable, we sail through some of the area’s most picturesque waterways. Gerlache Strait, Errera Channel, Neumayer Channel, as well as the narrow and extremely photogenic Lemaire Channel. Picture a vision of towering ice cliffs and dramatic glaciers, and you’ll come close to the experience that awaits us. To facilitate beach landings our yacht, Aurora, comes equipped with small boats that allow us to access the shore (there are no ports in Antarctica!) When reaching these inaccessible places, in the vastness and isolation, people genuinely feel their small place in the world.


Day 18 – Boothe Island is an eight-kilometre stretch of land in the shape of the letter “Y”. Its rugged coastline and ice walls rising majestically out of the Antarctic waters make this the perfect place to explore in our small boats. We’ll get up close to icebergs and admire their naturally brutal beauty.

Day 19 – Lemaire Channel is the place for chance encounters with Weddel Seals, Sea Leopards, Orcas and finback whales. It’s sometimes humorously referred to as “Kodak Channel”, you can guess why – photo opportunities abound!

Day 20 to Day 21 – Petermann Island is the ideal place to observe Adélie penguins (over 500 pairs) and Gentoo penguins (over 2000 pairs) as well as blue-eyed cormorants. If the snow has melted, this beautiful island looks like grassy hills from afar. When we land, you’ll discover it’s actually covered in moss and algae.

Day 22 to 23 – Two days of admiring the spectacular views in Pléneau Bay. You could consider this an “iceberg graveyard” where the shallow waters of the bay have trapped some of these giants. While we’re here we’ll dive, snorkel, explore ashore and enjoy the incredible setting.
Day 24 – Today, we visit the Vernadsky Ukrainian research station. A chance to talk with some of the researchers (they’re very keen, they have little contact here!) and use the world’s southernmost bar! There will also be a chance to dive with more Sea Leopards!

Day 25We leave Antarctica and head back north across the Drake Passage. Our return journey to Ushuaia is another chance for whale and seabird spotting, as well as a chance to rest and reflect on recent adventures in the presence of Antarctica’s dominating minimalism.

Day 26After almost a month immersed in another world, our minds are clear as we reach port in Ushuaia. Our early morning arrival brings us back to reality, perhaps ready to face life with a new perspective?

Day 27 – Departure from Ushuaia to Buenos Aires and then on to Poland.

Day 28Touchdown in Poland

End of trip.

DAILY TIMETABLE:

6:45 am – wake-up call

07:30 am – breakfast

08:00 am – discussion about the day

09:00 am – action!

14:00 – dinner

15:00 – discussion

16:00 – action!

19:00supper

20:00discussion and rest.

The above itinerary is a guide only. The exact route and program may change to make best use of weather and ice conditions, as well as the chance to observe wildlife. The captain and expedition leader will do everything to provide the best results under the prevailing conditions of the voyage.

OUR YACHT AURORA

The AURORA will be our home for almost a month. At 21 metres in length and 5.5 metres in width, it comfortably accommodates eight passengers in four cabins. There are two small boats for trips ashore, allowing us to get up-close to land-based wildlife. The boats also provide us with safe water entry/exit when diving or snorkelling. The smaller size of the AURORA is ideal for such expeditions. It allows us to access places larger vessels cannot. There is also the advantage that all passengers can disembark at the same time (to go ashore, for example). There’s no waiting around for ‘your turn’.

The yacht is configured and set-up for the freezing waters of both the Arctic and Antarctic. Hull construction is from 4 mm steel, and the bulkheads are watertight. There is heating, a lifeboat capsule for 16 people, rescue suits and life jackets. The boat is fitted with full electronics: ICOM M601, Simrad HH36 VHF GPS, SSB HF SSB RADIO SYSTEM TRP 8000, Simrad 3GCapsat Inmarsat IRIDIUM IRID0115G and AIS Simrad NAIS 400. Our floating home is also equipped with a radar and searchlight for icebergs, light and smoke flares, 220V electricity, two bathrooms with hot water and showers, fridge, washing machine and even a SUANA!
A Perkins (2013) 96KW engine along with sails provide power. Fuel capacity is 2 tons, water 1.2 tons. There is also a desalinator (for those that like long showers!) For diving, we have weights, eight steel cylinders and a powerful air compressor.
The boat is managed by an experienced three-person crew consisting of the captain (a second-generation Arctic sailor), an excellent cook, and a deckhand. Guests just need to arrive and relax!
A spacious dining and open seating area is available to passengers.

All cabins are relatively spacious and comfortable. The standard cabin has a bunk bed and space for personal belongings. Bathrooms are shared between two cabins.

PRICE OF ANTARCTIC CRUISE ONLY:

EUR 23,000 per person

PRICE OF FULL TRIP AS PER THE ITINERARY:

EUR 24,850 + transcontinental flights

Included in the Price of the FULL Trip:

  • 4-star hotel accommodation, two-person room with breakfast (for an additional payment a single room is possible).
  • all transfers by a private and comfortable bus.
  • trips as per the itinerary (Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls).
  • internal flights Buenos Aires – Iguazu – Ushuaia.
  • boat accommodation in comfortable twin cabins with bunk beds and a bathroom shared with another cabin.
  • all meals during the cruise.
  • trips and attractions during the cruise (of course, we’re at the mercy of the wildlife!).
  • dive tanks and weights on the yacht.
  • talks prepared by an experienced photographer and expert on the region.
  • port fees and various taxes as part of the cruise.
  • services of a PAZOLA organiser/guide.
  • insurance: medical expenses (EUR 30,000), personal accident (EUR 4,000), baggage (EUR 400).

Not Included in the Price:

  • transcontinental flights. Price depends on the timing of your reservation and departing location. For logistical reasons, these should be purchased through our office.
  • visa fees, passport fees, airport fees, excess baggage fees, etc.
  • tips (usually 10% in restaurants and cafes, small tips are given to porters, baggage handlers, and for service in theatres. Tip during the cruise - about USD 150 per person).
  • meals other than those mentioned in the itinerary.
  • personal expenses.



Dates:05.02-08.03
Price:from EUR 23,000 + flights
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We love adventure. Travelling, exploring, the challenge of blazing new trails, these drive our passion for discovering the world's people, cultures, and natural wonders. We approach each experience with a mindfulness that opens us to every sensation, emotion, and gift of knowledge on offer. Being with nature and its humbling beauty are at our core.


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PAZOLA Travel & Adventure professionally design and prepare luxury trips, hosted by a passionate team with broad experience and extensive knowledge. Sun on the face, wind in the hair, and a broad smile, you’ll know you’re on the holiday of your life!


OUR TEAM

Jakub Degee

An underwater photographer and graduate of the Warsaw Academy of Photography. Fascinated by marine life, both small and large, is particularly fond of taking shark portraits!

Jakub’s diving journey began in 1992 when he gained instructor qualifications in the Maldives.

Loves animals and is an editing photographer for the magazine Perfect Diver.

A winner of the following competitions:

Underwater Photographer of the Year,

GDT European Photographer of the Year,

Hasselblad X You,

Ocean Geographic Pictures of the Year,

Our World Underwater Competition.

 
 
Maja Kłosińska

Our special agent. Fun and outgoing, the life and soul of the party, forever on the go. Occasionally slows down to take a moment, perhaps to enjoy her love for local cuisine, or engage those around her in stimulating discussion on all manner of topics. Easy going and down to earth Maja is a diver through and through, with many years of experience as both an instructor and owner of a large diving centre. Organises professional diving expeditions and has been connected with PAZOLA for several years. An art historian with a broad range of knowledge and interests; she will eagerly join you on your journey of discovery and fascinate you with details about the amazing places we visit. Often living out of a suitcase and following her passion for travel, Maja is a real `people person’ and says she’s inspired by those she meets along the way.

Iga Borsuk

A master graduate in sports nutrition and supplementation from Wrocław’s University of Physical Education (oh, and a bodybuilding instructor!) As the daughter of an instructor, Iga has diving in her blood. She currently holds the CMAS four-star level qualification, and is our only tattooed dive guide! Has loads of experience in both recreational underwater exploration and as a guide for diving groups in both Poland and internationally. A travelling soul who likes to be on the move, continuously developing and seeking new challenges. In her spare time, Iga likes to hit the road on a motorbike. She’s even dipping her toes into the world of track racing!

Bartosz Stróżynski

An underwater photographer and filmmaker, Antarctic expedition leader, composer, songwriter, performer and multimedia producer.

Bartosz has a love for the Arctic and Antarctic with his film and photography focusing on winter, water mammals, marine reptiles and underwater river environments.

Author of the book “AntArtktya” published by National Geographic in 2014.

Founded and leads the “Three Arts in Antarctica” project. An expedition of Polish artists to Antarctic - the first of its kind. Authored the book “Three Arts in Antarctica” published by Bezdroża in 2018 as well as producing and directing a documentary of the same name.

An award-winning artist including prestigious competitions such as the International Photography Awards, Por el Planeta, Siena International Photo Awards, GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, National Geographic Great Photographic Competition and the Magellan Awards.

A member of many photographic expeditions, including Elysium - Shackleton’s Antarctic Visual Epic.

Regularly writes articles on diving and underwater photography for numerous publications such as National Geographic, Scuba Diver Through the Lens, Scuba Diving Magazine, X-Ray Mag, Sport Diver and Nature Salamandra.

Jakub Degee

An underwater photographer and graduate of the Warsaw Academy of Photography. Fascinated by marine life, both small and large, is particularly fond of taking shark portraits!

Jakub’s diving journey began in 1992 when he gained instructor qualifications in the Maldives.

Loves animals and is an editing photographer for the magazine Perfect Diver.

A winner of the following competitions:

Underwater Photographer of the Year,

GDT European Photographer of the Year,

Hasselblad X You,

Ocean Geographic Pictures of the Year,

Our World Underwater Competition.

 
 
Sayed Kassm

Sayed is one of the longest-serving members of the PAZOLA family. Despite the length of time with us, he still has the same youthful exuberance as the first Egyptian dive safari he led in 2007! Now heading up the team in Egypt, you’ll meet him on all our safaris to that area. A man you can count on in any situation, always calm, always professional. Very conscious of diver welfare underwater and very experienced - over 15,000 Red Sea dives. He’s visited every reef over 100 times! Sayed is a happy father of three children :)

Hamada Hessian

Hamada has almost worked with us for as long as Sayed, and you’ll find him on nearly all our Egyptian safaris. A gentle character and a mature diver often sought out by beginners. Well renowned for his care and concern underwater. A laid-back guy, nothing’s a problem, always willing to help. Hamada is a man you want around both above and below water!

SONAM JAMTHSO – nasz człowiek w Bhutanie.

I was born into a family of yak farmers and my childhood memories are filled with magnificent mountains, furry animals, and wonderful nature, but also hard work, and the cold. I always knew I wanted to combine my life with tourism, so at the age of 16, I began work caring for horses as a trekking assistant. After graduating from school, I became a licensed English-speaking guide in the Kingdom of Bhutan. I take great pleasure in showing visitors the beauty of my country and bringing its culture and history closer. I have great respect for my homeland which has made me who I am. I’m proud of being Bhutanese and you too will fall in love with our wonderful Kingdom. Come visit! From PAZOLA.com: Sonam is our Bhutanese star. He has exceptional knowledge of his country, is caring, level-headed and calm. Always faces challenges with a smile on his face. Our clients invariably come back from Bhutan delighted with his service!

Michał Sieczkowski

A lawyer by education but the lure of food and travel was too great, his passions won out and instead of finding himself behind a desk he finds himself trotting the globe in search of his next adventure fix. A diving instructor for more than a dozen years, he has an open mind that's hungry to learn about new places and chase new experiences. Comfortable finding his way around a kitchen, he is forever searching for new flavours and culinary inspiration from the farthest corners of the earth. With pleasure will roll up his sleeves and cook up a feast for everyone! Favourite dish - fried stonefish, feels best - in the Raja Ampat Islands, hobby - a passionate motorcyclist who loves the wind in his hair. Michał's philosophy in life can be summed up: I can't do it? Hold my drink, I'll show you!

Bartosz Pszczółkowski

A geologist by profession and traveller by passion. Bartosz is an experienced diver, gaining his instructor experience in numerous centres including the Canary Islands, Norway and Sardinia. You’ll find him getting by in either Polish, English, Italian, Spanish or Portuguese! During his free time, Bartosz likes to plunge into Polish lakes and admire their beautiful green surroundings. He enjoys exploring caves on foot and finding places within them to dive. It’s unusual to see him without a camera - ready to capture those interesting and unique moments. A glass half full man, with a beaming smile!

Dom Lee Zaax

Dom has started his scuba diving adventure in the cold waters of the Baltic Sea at an early age of nine. Nowadays, he is a global nomad who enjoys soaking up the sun, exploring new destinations and diving whenever it is possible. On the never-ending quest for the unknown, the different, and the untouched. Travel professional with over two decades of experience within the airlines and tour operating industry. His passion for travel and underwater explorations, as well as a constant drive to promote his beloved sport, landed him as a partner at a Copenhagen based publisher of scuba diving magazines. Dom feels at home almost everywhere as he has spent a vast amount of time travelling the world. So far, he has visited over seventy countries and territories, and became an expert on diving in South East Asia and the Far East where he has made his previous, longer than usual “stopovers”. Just recently he has decided to settle down in Aqaba, the sunniest corner of the Red Sea.
His guilty pleasures involve a good book, world cinema and strolling side streets and dark alleys of big cities with his camera.
Bump into him somewhere out there... under the sun, out in the sea, on a boat, or most likely - just underneath it!

Piotr F. Pazola

A passionate foodie, willing to devour almost anything! Has merged his love for globe-trotting with running a successful and unique travel company since 2000. A highly experienced diving instructor with over 8,000 dives, and well over 300 expeditions and diving safaris all over the world to his name. A true explorer who has discovered new diving sites including the Polish Window in the Bligh Waters of Fiji, the Polish Reef in Western Papua, the Polish Bommies in New Guinea, and the Polish Fingers in the Saudi Arabian Red Sea. A Galapagos expert after conducting a staggering 19 trips to the famous and beautiful islands in the Pacific. Piotr combines his love of diving with his love of photography, both on and under the water. He is the creator of the first 3D, animated, multimedia underwater guide to the Red Sea. This man of the world, despite his roaming nature, has lived 6 years in the United Kingdom and 12 years in Egypt. Oh, and he speaks 5 languages too. Feels at home anywhere, from Alice Springs, Hobart or Mammoth Lakes, to Luang Prabang, Cusco or Pohnpei. And during his free time… well, he travels and plans new expeditions to offer the world, of course!

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INCENTIVE is our offering to individuals and companies who want to organise a unique group experience on a luxury trip. If your company is looking for something unusual and engaging, whether it be training, team building or motivational, then INCENTIVE is for you!

PAZOLA VIP TRAVEL

VIP is our offering for the most demanding clients. All trips are customised using our many years of knowledge gained in the tourism industry. We place great importance on care and attention to ensure our clients experience an exclusive trip.

We have organised and guided countless excursions including 18 times to the renowned and unique Galapagos Islands.

We designed and conducted a mammoth 78-day deluxe expedition – 46 flights, 20 countries, business class, luxury hotels, and unparalleled services in each location. It was a truly exclusive round the world trip: Warsaw – Moscow – Tashkent – Samarkand – Tashkent – New Delhi – Bhutan – Kolkata – Shanghai – Osaka – Kuala Lumpur – Borneo – Kuala Lumpur – Auckland – Fiji – Auckland – Papeete – Bora Bora – Papeete – Easter Island – Santiago – Guayaquil – Cuenca – Guayaquil – Galapagos – Guayaquil – Los Angeles – Las Vegas – San Francisco – Buenos Aires – Iguazu – Rio de Janeiro – Cape Town – Seychelles – Paris – Warsaw.

We strive to meet the most sophisticated requests. Our in-depth knowledge of each location and experience with other groups allows us to advise on where to go and where not to go.

An exotic, luxurious, and tailored trip of a lifetime – exclusively with us.

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Dive Safari - The BROTHERS, DAEDALUS and ELPHINSTONE!

Coral, wrecks, and sharks!

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ul. Stawki 3A
00-193 Warszawa

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+48 786 815 806, +48 797 581 292

PAZOLA is a limited liability company based in Warsaw at ul. Stawki 3A, 00-193 Warsaw. Entered in the National Court Register, maintained by the District Court of the capital city Warsaw, in Warsaw, XII Commercial Division, under entry no. 0000570832. Tax Identification Number (NIP): 525-262-65-81 REGON: 362240577. Share capital PLN 50000.

Safety and convenience: our satellite phone uses the Iridium network which is available at all times in all places when travelling out of GSM network range. Outgoing calls cost USD 3/min, regardless of location. Receiving calls is free. To contact an expedition member when they are out of GSM range, or because of time differences, we recommend sending a message at no cost from https://messaging.iridium.com/. The Iridium network phone number to use is: +881622490130. Please provide the name and surname of the recipient so the group leader can pass the message on. A message can also be sent to group members through our staff in Poland. 

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