1. Christmas is one of the best times of the year to visit Antarctica
Christmas coincides quite well with the beginning of summer and is also the period in which the wildlife of Antarctica is the most active. Penguins move along the peninsula to feed their chicks, seals patrol the bays and whales begin to feed.
2. More sun
Did you know that there is an average of 18-20 hours of sunlight every day in December?
Longer days come with heat, temperatures exceed the freezing point, creating ideal conditions for outdoor activities such as kayaking, camping and walking expeditions.
December is also famous for its impeccable snow conditions, large icebergs and blooming wildflowers.
3. The perfect white Christmas
Antarctica is one of the only places in the world where you can spend that white Christmas you have always dreamed of: snowmen, snow angels or snowball fights. The most amazing and beautiful sunsets in shades of red, orange and pink will complete this magical background for an unforgettable adventure of the festive season.
4. A family vacation
If you are looking for a truly unforgettable family adventure, Antarctica is the place. Parents and children alike will enjoy watching and learning about penguin colonies and will be excited as they watch dolphins and whales.
5. A stress-free Christmas
Stay away from the Christmas craziness. At this busy time of year, what would it be like to let others take care of everything? Get on board and let the expedition team guide you from day one on a fantastic trip to Antarctica.
6. Meet your new family
Those who do not have a family have the chance to spend Christmas surrounded by other people. Antarctica is the perfect place to make many new friends.
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