Antarctic Expeditions by The Explorations Company

Apr 3, 2017

Category: Entertainment

There was a time when the only human souls to traverse the frozen expanse of our planet’s southernmost continent were the bravest of explorers. In fact, still today, few men have graced its cold and unforgiving shores. Well now, you can be one of those men, thanks to The Exploration Company’s Antarctic Expeditions.

Thanks to the brand’s fleet of 6×6 polar-equipped trucks and a complement of seasoned guides, a select group of people will get to go see the South Pole (along with some other astonishing landscapes) for themselves. The trek crosses from shore to shore across western Antarctica, making a small detour to visit the pole, and includes the option for a number of add-ons – including cross-country skiing, ascending to the peak of Antarctica’s highest mountain, and snowmobiling. Only three of these journeys, however, will be made. So, if you want to partake, you’ll have to get in contact with the Exploration Company soon to find out pricing and availability. [Purchase]

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