This is the final in my series of blog entries on Antarctic travel.Everything about extreme travel in Antarctica requires detailed planning.You will certainly want to document your journey, for yourself, and probably for sponsors.You should certainly contact people who have undertaken such an adventure before for advice.Light weight and robust are certainly major considerations.But simplicity, ease of use, and redundancy come in next.Things that work perfectly every time in normal conditions... continue reading
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Continuing my series of blog entries on Antarctic travel I’d like to tell you about the most common way for people to get to Antarctica, and the most rewarding for someone wanting to take great photos of this amazing continent, by sea.In a future blog entry I will talk about the challenges of photography in Antarctica and what you should take on a trip.Cruise ShipsThe majority of people travel to Antarctica by ship. The ability to take a relatively large number of people at once reduces... continue reading
Following on from my introduction to Antarctic tourism I'd like to tell you about air travel options to Antarctica.Antarctic OverflightsFor many years each year I got to go on a flight to Antarctica and I never got tired of the view. First there is the southern ocean, then the expanse of sea ice as we approach the coast. After crossing the coast there is the mountains and their massive glaciers snaking down between them from the plateau. It's an amazing sight. And anyone can do this as... continue reading
Why take a trip to Antarctica? Antarctica has been the goal of explorers in recent times. I find that amazing, that the South Pole was only reached in my grandfather's lifetime! That the region of the coast where I did my first winter (the Windmill Islands) was not seen until my father life time! I was in the first 1000 people to see the night sky at the South Pole! It is still one of the most difficult places on the face of the planet to travel to. It remains the destination for extreme adventurers... continue reading
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