Kayaking in Antarctica is the ultimate bucket list item. As lovers of adventure travel, when we found out that we had the opportunity to go sea kayaking in Antarctic waters on our expedition cruise we basically said “shut up and take my money”. It’s probably one of the coolest, most badass things we’ve done in our lives. Warning: this post may make you extremely jealous and cost you a lot of money when you decide to book an Antarctica Cruise. You’ve been warned!
For most of us, visiting Antarctica is a once in a lifetime experience so to ensure you’re able to capture great photos I thought I’d put together some Antarctica photography tips. Whether you’re shooting in manual modes or auto these tips take into account some of the unique aspects of Antarctica and will help you to make the most of your short time on the seventh continent. I’ve also put together some recommendations on the camera equipment for Antarctica that you may want to consider if you are planning a trip.
Antarctica is a stunning place and it’s one of a kind on our planet. The landscapes are on a totally different scale than anything we’re used to seeing in our day to day lives and the wildlife is unique and plentiful. As such, there are numerous opportunities to take incredible photos in Antarctica. If you’re not looking for photography tips there are a bunch of pictures of penguins ahead so read on!
An all-encompassing guide with everything you need to know about travelling to Antarctica and how to book a last minute Antarctica Cruise from Ushuaia. This is the cheapest way to get to Antarctica and we’ll cover how much it costs, what to expect when you travel to Antarctica, and why you should visit this remote destination!
Travelling to Antarctica is a dream for many and you will soon learn that it is a place of superlatives. It is the highest, driest, and coldest place on Earth. It is also the world’s most expansive wilderness area and is home to some of the largest creatures on the planet. It is a mysterious, inhospitable, perilous, and endlessly remote environment that has inspired both incredible exploratory expeditions but also ill-fated attempts that ended in disaster.