White Desert Antarctic Adventures

Apr 6, 2018

Category: Living

Measuring up at 5.4 million square miles, Antartica is the only continent completely devoid of human civilization (but for a smattering of small outposts). It’s also one of the most untouched and remote landscapes in the world. But don’t take our word for it – see it for yourself with White Desert’s Antarctic Adventures.

Out of Cape Town, South Africa, White Desert might be the most luxurious way to experience that frozen expanse of land around the South Pole. It starts with a private plane flight to the company’s outpost – a series of domed structures that betray the ostentatious accommodations within. From the base, you can choose from a series of adventures that include glacier walks, ice cave exploration, ice climbing, a visit to the south pole, and you can even get up close and personal with a colony of emperor penguins. Get in touch with White Desert for information on the pricing and availability of this once in a lifetime experience.

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