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Discover ANTARCTICA With Us

Discover Antarctica With Us – Snow, ice, water, rock, sky. The stark surroundings of Antarctica and the enormousness of its ice shelves and mountain ranges make for an elemental beauty that can haunt you for the rest of your life. Nothing compares and no where else on earth can so heighten feelings of humanity’s insignificance and nature’s grandeur. The wildlife, including emperor penguins, leopard seals and minke whales, are not afraid of humans, allowing for spectacular and surreal close encounters. Governed by 29 nations, this continent/country is primarily dedicated to scientific research but it’s also one of the planet’s regions that most visibly affected by global warning; as parts of the continent melt, others grow, leaving scientists to debate what it all actually means.

Best time to visit in Antarctica

November to February for "summer"

Best time to visit in Antarctica

November to February for "summer"

Places to visit in Antarctica

  • Majestic ice bergs and mountain reflections on the water at paradise harbour.
  • The true grit of Antarctica expedition icily preserved at Shackleton's expedition hut.
  • Dazzling blooms of violet, pink and white in the gardens on campbell island.
  • Three eerie, ghost-filled explorer's huts on Ross Island.
  • A beautiful blue-eyed shag regurgitating a meal to its chick.

Places to visit in Antarctica

  • Majestic ice bergs and mountain reflections on the water at paradise harbour.
  • The true grit of Antarctica expedition icily preserved at Shackleton's expedition hut.
  • Dazzling blooms of violet, pink and white in the gardens on campbell island.
  • Three eerie, ghost-filled explorer's huts on Ross Island.
  • A beautiful blue-eyed shag regurgitating a meal to its chick.

Top things to do in Antarctica

  • Glide on a zodiac under the morning's pink skies past basking weddell seals and noisy gentoo penguins.
  • Sail inside the restless volcano at Deception island.
  • Get started by a loud "ffffff", then be bathed in a fish-scented mist as a whale surfaces next to your boat.
  • Experience the bluster of "home of the blizzard", one of the windiest places on earth.

Top things to do in Antarctica

  • Glide on a zodiac under the morning's pink skies past basking weddell seals and noisy gentoo penguins.
  • Sail inside the restless volcano at Deception island.
  • Get started by a loud "ffffff", then be bathed in a fish-scented mist as a whale surfaces next to your boat.
  • Experience the bluster of "home of the blizzard" , one of the windiest places on earth.

Discover Antarctica

  • Read Travelers' Tales Antarctica: Life on the ice, a collection of Antarctica tales from the goofy to the harrowing.
  • Listen to Rothera Station's wintering rock band Nunatak - made up to two scientists , two engineers and a field assistant.
  • Watch the beautifully restored footage of Shackleton's men and dogs working on the ice-beset ship Endurance in the 1998 film South.
  • Eat an Antarctic barbeque, set up on deck or even on the ice.
  • Drink an Antarctic Old Fashion: made from one fifth of 100-proof bourbon, seven packets of multiflavoured Life Savers sweets and just-melted snow.

Discover Antarctica

  • Read Travelers' Tales Antarctica: Life on the ice , a collection of Antarctica tales from the goofy to the harrowing.
  • Listen to Rothera Station's wintering rock band Nunatak - made up to two scientists , two engineers and a field assistant.
  • Watch the beautifully restored footage of Shackleton's men and dogs working on the ice-beset ship Endurance in the 1998 film South.
  • Eat an Antarctic barbeque , set up on deck or even on the ice.
  • Drink an Antarctic Old Fashion: made from one fifth of 100-proof bourbon , seven packets of multiflavoured Life Savers sweets and just-melted snow.

Antarctica Highlights

Icebergs, penguins, freeing cold, geologists, explorers, the South Pole, glaciers, seals, 24-hour sunlight, sled dogs, global warming

Antarctica Highlights

Icebergs , penguins , freeing cold , geologists , explorers , the South Pole , glaciers , seals , 24-hour sunlight , sled dogs , global warming

In a word

The A-factor (The local term for the unexpected difficulties caused by the Antarctic environment).

In a word

The A-factor (The local term for the unexpected difficulties caused by the Antarctic environment).
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