Antarctica

A land of true extremes, epitomizing the very idea of remoteness, harshness and isolation. Those who are drawn by Antarctica’s mystique are richly rewarded with powerful experiences and panoramas.

In the early days of its exploration, Antarctica was a forcing ground for bravery and endurance, qualities  synonymous with its first explorers, such as Scott, Amundsen and Shackleton. Even now, apart from a few scientific research bases, Antarctica and the Ellsworth Mountains would remain the domain of such people were it not for Vinson Massif.

 

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Antarctica

Antarctica

The world’s last great wilderness