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International business class flights can make your trip to the continent of Antarctica seem like a luxury vacation. This icy continent is a destination for many travelers seeking something out of the ordinary. International business class flights to the continent of Antarctica can be found at affordable rates through your local travel agent. There are affordable packaged deals that include business class tickets to Antarctica as well. Consumers are setting their travel budgets and doing their own research to compare the cost of business travel and many say they are finding great deals that fit almost any budget. Last minute travelers are bidding on unsold business class seats and finding very affordable prices.

 

Business class tickets are a great way to “test the waters” of luxury travel without paying the much higher fares that come with first class tickets. Business class offers many of the same amenities as first-class travel too, so it’s a great way to splurge and sample what luxury travel provides. To learn exactly what amenities will be available to you on your flight, you need to know what type of airplane you will be flying on. Next, go to the air carriers website and look up this aircraft. The cabin configuration will be readily available along with a list of business class benefits. Read them carefully and then weigh the value of the benefits to the additional cost of the business class seat and then decide before you purchase your ticket. The best way to make sure you have a great vacation is the do all of the detailed research early so you know what you’re buying and you’ll know exactly what to expect.

 

Ten Things to See and Do in Antarctica

 

  1. Regions- The size of the continent varies throughout the year with it swelling to 50% of its size in the winter as it expands and picks up ice along the coast. The continent is split into two unequal regions. East Antarctica makes up two-thirds of the continent. Here the average thickness of the ice is 1.2 miles thick. West Antarctica, on the other hand, is a series of frozen islands stretching toward the southern tip of South America, forming an extension of the Andes Mountains. The two regions are separated by the Transantarctic Mountains, a range that stretches across the continent, and is sometimes completely covered by ice.
  2. Camping overnight- Visiting Antarctica will set you apart from millions of people that will never travel to this continent but spending the night outside in a camping tent is a real test and a unique experience. Literally, sleep next to leopard seals. A heads up, it is really cold and really uncomfortable. Also, due to regulations to protect the environment, there is no eating, drinking or using the restroom for fear of disturbing the environment but the experience will live with you forever.
  3. Highest GDP- GDP in Antarctica is mainly defined by a small tourist base but most everything on Antarctica is research-based. It is almost impossible to assign a GDP but some financial sites say the GDP per capita is $1.12.
  4. Zodiak Adventure- Zodiak Adventures offers some great outdoor activities. Going into glaciers, seeing wildlife, seals and penguins are just the start. If on a cruise, make sure to get off the ship and take a Zodiak adventure. Viewing whales, seals and glaciers from one of these zodiac rubber boats is a lot of fun. It’s a great chance to get up close and personal with Antarctica wildlife.
  5. Land- About 98% of the continent is covered in a continental ice sheet with the remaining 2% being a barren rock. Elevations average around 300 meters with mountain ranges going up to 5,000 meters. Antarctica is the fifth largest continent.
  6. Port Lockroy- A Meeting place for many expeditions. A good chance to meet with the staff of the English research station. Here, they have an Antarctica museum where you can buy souvenirs but the most popular to do item is to mail a letter from the South Pole to your friends and family back home.
  7. Ice- Antarctica is the coldest, windiest and driest continent on earth. Ninety percent of all the ice on Earth is in Antarctica. From a size perspective, Antarctica is 1.5 times the size of the United States with 98% of that coming from ice.
  8. Penguin Watching- Penguins are some of the cutest animals you will encounter. Antarctica has a ton of these creatures waddling around. The traverse their icy penguin trails and dive into the Arctic sea. They will come right up to you and walk across your legs but be careful as these little guys have very strong beaks and can poke you pretty aggressively. The mothers also protect their young like no other.
  9. Kayak- Quark Expeditions offers kayaking in Antarctica. You will kayak by leopard seals, steer yourself around icebergs floating in the sea and paddle right next to penguins. The Antarctic coast is incredibly serene when paddling via kayak. Breathtaking.
  10. Blood Waterfall- A five-story blood-red waterfall pours out of Taylor Glacier in the McMurdo Dry Valleys. First discovered in 1911, scientists believe that a small body of water that contained a community of microbes were trapped by the Taylor Glacier. Isolated and trapped with almost no light, oxygen or heat combined with high salinity and iron gives this waterfall its red, blood-like color. A fissure allows this to flow out without disturbing the ecosystem below.

 

Plan and Purchase

 

Now all that is left to do is outline your trip, book your airfare, make your hotel reservations, and schedule your excursions. Ok, maybe there are a few other things to do as well, but you get the idea! You are getting closer to an amazing trip to the continent of Antartica! Take your time, do your research, understand the terms and conditions for all of your reservations, then sit back, relax, and enjoy. It will be a once in a lifetime experience.


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