Antarctica At A Glance

Antarctica is a continent like no other. With its vast icy landscapes, magnificent glaciers and unique wildlife, this place is truly one of a kind. It may seem inhospitable at first glance, but Antarctica is actually home to a diverse range of animals that have adapted to survive in extreme conditions.

From penguins waddling on the ice to seals lounging on the shores, there’s always something fascinating to see in Antarctica.

You can also explore the remains of old whaling stations and research bases, or take a dip in the freezing waters if you’re feeling brave.

Camping in Antarctica briefing by team





Best Time to Visit:

The best time to visit Antarctica is during the Southern Hemisphere’s summer months, from November to March. During this period, temperatures are the mildest, wildlife is most active, and the ice recedes enough to allow access to more areas.

Famous Landmarks:

 Mount Erebus
 Port Lockroy & The Penguin Post Office
 Deception Island
 The South Pole
 Lemaire Channel
 Paradise Bay