Antarctica is past the boundaries of civilization, beyond the boundaries of creativeness and for maximum practical tourists beyond the realm of possibility. This beautiful destination remains as one of the most top bucket list daydreams for most tourist.
The best season to hop on a trip to Antarctica is between November to March. Taking a trip here could cost you less than taking your favourite trip to Europe or Asia and even it could cost a lot more based on your preferences. But these should not hinder you from exploring the beauty of Antarctica. Here are a few ways you could explore this beautiful destination.
Environment friendly trips
If you are looking at an environment-friendly trip to Antarctica, the best option would be to take a cruise ship journey. The ecosystem over there is very fragile. To address these environmental concerns the Antarctic Tour Operators(IAATO) adheres to strict restrictions which are in places to minimize lasting effects on this beautiful continent.
Most cruise ships that head to Antarctica include biologists, zoologists and conservationists. They educate visitors on climate change and penguin migration etc. When these cruises come ashore they send a survey team to scout the surrounding for natural curiosities.
Check out the following cruise ships to Antarctica:
The worlds biggest natural wildlife territory may be located in Antarctica. The King Adelie Penguins are some of the most popular species one can see in this region. In 2018 Scientist found an unknown sanctuary in Antarctica which is home for more than a million Adelie Penguins. If you are an avid bird lover then Antarctica is the place you should not miss. The Falkland Islands is known for its world-class birdwatching.
If your a person who loves much more private experiences, you should consider going on a charter trip offered by various travel agencies. Gaze into the 200-foot ice cliff rising up from the frozen lake. Explore ancient ice caves, try out one of those kite-skiing or visit one of that nearby science research bases.