Antarctica is one of the coldest and iciest places in the world. It’s also home to many natural attractions including the icebergs and lagoons. What’s more is that it’s also rich in both wildlife and sea life. When visiting Antarctica, it’s always a good idea to plan ahead. To help you with your plan, we have some tips below that you wouldn’t want to miss.
Travel on a cruise
If this is your first time travelling to Antarctica then know that most visitors will be travelling on a cruise. The prices of booking a cruise can range from £3000-£4000 depending on how long you will be staying and which months you are visiting. If the price is too high for your budget, we recommend booking your cruise last minute as these types of booking can dramatically cut down your cost by thousands! However last minute booking means that you will have to be flexible in that month you are travelling.
Check which costs are included
When booking a package deal with a cruise, make sure that you check which costs are included in the package. All package varies on what’s included. For instance, some cruise package only allows you stay on the cruise without stepping foot in Antarctica. Always check that your package will let you explore everything in Antarctica!
Antarctica has a freezing weather so make sure to pack some warm and good quality clothing. To keep yourself warm, make sure to pack some warm clothes, gloves and a beanie hat. When purchasing a coat make sure that it is comfortable, windproof and waterproof. It’s better to buy a good quality clothing that you can rely on when the weather gets too cold. Don’t forget to bring a waterproof shoes or boots to keep your feet dry and warm.