Antarctica is a cold and barren polar desert. The only residents of this unwelcoming continent are penguins, seals, various seabirds, and members of international research teams. Nevertheless, this frozen realm might have more to offer than most of us imagine. Since Antarctica’s extreme climate makes it an interesting specimen for researchers and an adventurous journey for expeditioners, demand for exclusive luxury Antarctica tours has been rising in recent years.
The frozen landmass covering the South Pole has been one of the most isolated parts of the world for the last millennia. Even though we have evidence that some aboriginal communities in New Zealand knew there was an ice-covered land in the south, no human settlement on the continent existed until recently. Besides being a perfect location to research environmental issues, Antarctica has a remarkably unique nature and wildlife. And we have good news for nature lovers who want to visit the continent: you don’t have to be a researcher to see this frozen heaven!
Summer - The sun never sets during this season, and the temperature becomes mild despite frequently falling below zero. Summer is the only suitable season to visit Antarctica.
Winter - Winter in Antarctica is an icy, barren and unforgiving season, with temperatures plunging below -60Â°C and months of complete darkness. Unsuitable for visits.
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We offer an unparalleled experience of the majestic frozen continent. Immerse yourself in a world of stunning natural beauty, where towering glaciers and pristine landscapes take your breath away. Our tours provide a bespoke adventure, with luxurious accommodations, gourmet cuisine, and expert guides to enhance your journey. Experience the thrill of exploring Antarctica’s unique wildlife, including penguins, seals, and whales, while indulging in the comfort and opulence of our exclusive tour packages. Talk to us to learn more about our itineraries.Contact Us
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As you might guess, Antarctica is quite cold. So, you should bring warm and thick clothing. Your tour agency may give you the essential equipment, but it's always a good idea to be prepared for any situation and bring extra clothing.
If you're traveling with us, any kind of risk is minimal. You are safe as long as you follow the basic instructions and use caution.
Antarctica is the habitat of an array of dolphin, penguin, seal, whale, and bird species. Although we cannot guarantee that you will see all of the Antarctic creatures, we can promise you will see a lot of penguins.
Antarctica is an interesting site to visit by itself. But don't worry; there are attractions in Antarctica too. Typically, King George Island is one of the must-see destinations in Antarctica. There is also the famous red-coloured stream named Blood Falls. Plus, the research centers on the continent are worth a visit.
Antarctica is an important location for scientific research. Scientists study climate change, geology, and marine life, among other topics.