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Antarctic Group Tours for Solo Travellers

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Antarctica

Why Travel Solo To Antarctica?

New friendships and epic adventures in a frozen world where no permanent human inhabitants reside? Welcome to Antarctica – our most far-flung destination yet.

Very few travellers ever make it to Antarctica: the coldest, driest and most remote continent on earth. For those hardy enough to make the long journey south, the rewards are out of this world.

A solid landmass larger than the US, 98% of the continent is covered with thick ice, up to 4.5 kilometres deep (that’s half the height of Everest). Underneath, lies a vast hidden landscape of mountains, valleys and volcanoes carved by ancient rivers and frozen in time for millions of years. A mystery still being explored.

With temperatures plunging to −90°C, it’s an inhospitable environment for humans. Yet this pristine white wilderness is a haven for some of the planet’s most recognisable wildlife, including penguins, leopard seals, orcas, albatross and blue, minke and humpback whales. 

When you travel with Flash Pack, you’ll share the experience with a group of like-minded solo explorers, making an already incredible adventure that little bit extra special. 



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Trips to Antarctica

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Antarctica facts

What's the national language?

With no native population, there is no national language but English, Spanish and Russian are most widely spoken on research stations.

What is the currency?

There is a commemorative Antarctic dollar but this is not legal currency.

Timezone

Antarctic runs on New Zealand time (GMT+13), but this trip operates on the time zone of Ushuaia, Argentina (GMT-3)

Top Three Experiences

1. Zodiac boat excursions
2. Hill climbing and hiking
3. Wilderness photography

-12 °c

Average temp in high season

What's The Weather Like?

With an annual rainfall of just 166mm, Antarctica is technically a desert. The average annual temperature is -70.6°F (-57°C), dropping to -130°F (-90°C) in winter (with a windspeed of up to 300 kph) and reaching between 28°F (-2°C) and 46°F (8°C) in summer. From November to March you’ll experience nearly 24 hours of daylight.

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