Antarctica Guide

All posts by Burnham Arlidge

Whale Watching In Antarctica: Witness Nature’s Greatest Mammals

Whale watching in Antarctica presents a phenomenal opportunity to witness one of Earth’s most majestic marine animals within their natural habitat. There’s nothing quite like a pod of Killer Whales

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What Is The Best Antarctica Cruise?

The best Antarctica cruise is generally the one that gives you the most time on the ice. However, if you're short on holiday time or unsure of how long you want to be on a ship, a shorter cruise may the

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What to Expect Onboard Your Antarctica Cruise Ship

For many, visiting Antarctica is the ultimate adventure. Preparing for the adventure is key. Therefore, knowing what to expect onboard your Antarctica cruise ship will help you get the most out of your

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Why Antarctica Should Be Your First Vacation Destination After COVID-19

During these tough times, our wanderlust is stronger than ever. Travelling to new and exotic places is something that many of us love to do. Sadly it is not possible right now, but that hasn’t stopped

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Travelling Solo To Antarctica: What To Expect

Travelling solo to Antarctica is an incredibly rewarding experience and one that will stay with you for the rest of your life. Antarctica is one of the last and most beautiful frontiers in the world. The

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How Much Would You Pay For Four-Miles of beach, and Thousands Of Penguins?

The Island that no estate agent can value Although islands come up for sale far more regularly than people think, very few come to the market offering five species of penguin. Pebble Island in the Falkland’s

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What’s It Like To Eat In The Coldest Place On Earth?

If Antarctica is famous for one thing, it’s the fact that it’s the coldest place on record. Forget Siberia or the Northern Arctic region, Antarctica takes the cake for freezing weather. Speaking

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Cosmic Rays In Antarctica Have Scientists Baffled

Cosmic rays in Antarctica have scientists baffled. Although the phenomenon has been known since 2006, recent findings are shedding more light on these rays that seem to break all the rules of physics that

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Climate Change In Antarctica: Should We Be Worried?

For years, climate change in Antarctica was used as an example to contradict popular global warming theories. Many thought that if the world was truly heating up, both poles would see a decrease in ice

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Skiing In Antarctica – Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a sense of adventure and a love for skiing? While the Swiss Alps is exciting, nothing compares to skiing in Antarctica. Carving the first tracks down a pristine mountain slope is a dream for

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