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Camp with penguins in Antarctica

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A few hundred travellers each year can experience the inner part of the icy continent with (almost) all the comforts of home.
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Antarctica’s land of fire and ice

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In one of the coldest places on Earth, the still-active volcano of Deception Island has a dangerous whaling past.


Antarctica’s volcanic ice caves

Located in one of Earth’s coldest spots, Mount Erebus is the southernmost active volcano on the planet. Its caves are home to mysterious microbes that thrive in the blistering heat.


Five ways to hit the high seas

Forget floating hotels with shuffleboard and showtunes – these cruises take travellers to the world’s most beautiful corners in a style that even the cruise-averse will enjoy.
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The world’s last great wilderness

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Antarctica is the coldest, highest, loneliest place on Earth, and for many it is the trip of a lifetime.


Beyond the Headlines

How Antarctica works

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The frozen continent has enticed thousands of adventurers to explore its inhospitable geography, who visit in an effort to understand how this strange, harsh place can sustain life.
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