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Top 5 places to visit in Ushuaia

Welcome to Ushuaia. Located at the most southern tip of Argentina, this charming city lies on the island of Tierra del Fuego on the northern shore of the Beagle Channel. Founded in 1870 by British

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Scientific Research in Antarctica: Understanding The Environment

For centuries humans have been captivated by the mysterious frozen continent of Antarctica. From the earliest sightings by the 19th-century pioneers to the present day, scientific research in Antarctica

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Flying Over Antarctica: The Best Views In The World

Have you ever wondered what it would be like flying over Antarctica? What sights you would see? An icy white expanse sprawling with dramatic cliff faces, majestic icebergs and rugged mountainous terrain.

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Interview with an expert – Andy Rouse

Interview with an expert – Andy Rouse For this months ‘Interview with an expert’ we’re very excited to be talking to one of the best wildlife photographers on the planet – Andy Rouse. Andy’s

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Interview with an expert – Callum Snape

Interview with an expert – Callum Snape For this months ‘Interview with an expert’ we’re very excited to be talking to one of our favourite landscape photographers on earth – Callum Snape. Callum

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Antarctica visa, Vaccinations and Permits

Journeying into pristine wilderness is every travelers dream and Antarctica certainly fits the bill. Its wildlife and stark beauty make it one unforgettable place to visit. But do you need an Antarctica

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Interview With An Expert – Dr Eric Mitchell Ealey

Over the coming months Antarctica Guide will be interviewing a series of prominent people whom we believe are leaders in their fields. We’re hoping to interview adventurers, researchers, photographers,

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Last Minute Antarctica Cruise – Setting The Record Straight

With Antarctica cruises becoming ever-more popular, getting a last minute Antarctica cruise deal can be a tricky business. 37,000 people visited the white continent in 2010 and this number keeps rising

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The Lemaire Channel – A Photographer’s Dream

The Lemaire Channel is one of Antarctica’s landmark spots and probably the most popular tourist destination on the continent. The serene beauty and outstanding wildlife of the Lemaire Channel has earned

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Drake Passage Sea Sickness

Drake Passage seasickness is certainly something that many people experience. However, it can be combatted. Anyone who suffers from sea sickness will know what an awful experience it can be. Because of

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