Camping in tents on Antarctica

A night ashore is a rare experience and unforgettable treat for any Antarctic adventurer. Only a partial twilight will descend to mark the wee hours and, as snug as your tent might be in the cold, you’ll likely want to stay up and soak it all in – the sun is pretty much up twenty four hours a day here, and illuminates the landscape with a clarity unsurpassed anywhere else on the planet. Bathed in an eerie luminescence, camping on the white continent is as otherworldly as it gets without spacesuit and moonlander.

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