It is a place of beauty and mystery,
covered with ice miles deep.
Experience the ultimate destination - the South Pole - where all 360 lines of longitude meet and in a few steps you can walk around the world
South Pole - the holy grail of the early explorers and the lowest point on earth. It is a 2,400km flight over unexplored mountain ranges and the mighty High Polar Plateau.
One of the greatest stories in Antarctic exploration is the race to reach the Geographic South Pole. The heroic journeys of Amundsen and Scott still fascinate and inspire us to travel to the end of the Earth.
When the great Polar explorers, Amundsen and Scott, arrived at the South Pole a century ago, there was only the sound of the wind and an endless expanse of white stretching in all directions. Today the South Pole is a crossroads for modern adventurers and polar science. A simple marker and plaque designate the Geographic South Pole, while a substantial research station lies just a few steps away. Be prepared for extreme conditions at the South Pole Camp. Temperatures hover around -30°C and the physiological altitude (how high it feels!) is roughly 11,000 ft (3,300m).
Our expeditions to the South Pole vary from skiing, hiking, climbing, overnight expeditions and wildlife experiences.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
Fly to the South Pole and camp overnight at the bottom of the world.
A true expedition at the bottom of the world ! Cold ? Yes, very cold, but you will find that with the right clothing and a little help from our staff, you will quickly settle in and enjoy life at the bottom of the world. What an experience !
Experience first-hand the challenges faced by early explorers as you journey by ski across the vast Antarctic landscape that is at the same time harsh, unforgiving and unimaginably beautiful.
Ski 60 nautical miles and reach the South Pole through your own efforts and the support of your team. Complete this polar challenge to stand at the most southerly point on Earth!