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Astounding Antarctica Awaits!

Antarctica. It’s the land of icebergs, penguins, and brave explorers. There is so much to see and experience, and so many reasons to visit.

The seventh continent can be a remote and formidable place, filled with history, landscapes, and wildlife—much of which that can be viewed nowhere else.

The area abounds with a vast array of animals who call it home, braving the elements and predators to survive and raise their young.

From the millions of seabirds who flock to the region to nest each year, to the adorable penguins—including the colonies of Gentoos and Chinstraps who live on the ice—to the seals, whales and fish that populate the icy waters.

And because there are so few visitors, the animals move about freely and with no fear of humans—this location is truly a traveler’s dream.

Antarctica is also a place of extraordinary human exploration—traversed by those brave souls daring to face cold, dark and often, deadly obstacles in the name of science.

Past and present research stations and base camps tell the tales of explorers—from Shackleton and Scott and many others, who ventured to one of the most dangerous places on earth for the sake of discovery, often with no certain chance of returning home.

Experience the stark beauty of the continent that never fails to awe visitors, who often say that their trip to Antarctica is the highlight of their lifelong travels.

Even if you have seen glaciers before, the sheer cliffs, massive icebergs and calving action here is unlike any other place on Earth.

And there is even an active volcano on Deception Island, where fire and ice live side-by-side.

Whether you are a bird-watcher, animal lover, photographer, or just an inveterate traveler who wants to see the “final” continent—don’t worry about the cold (there are clothes to deal with that)—come see this amazingly beautiful, stunningly vast, and fascinating destination.

It will leave you changed forever.

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