On Friday, I’ll take you on a journey to see Antarctica for yourself, and I’ve got some tips to help you do just that.
First, let’s get the obvious out of the way: Antarctica is not going to be a tourist attraction any time soon.
There are, at best, two days of tourism in Antarctica every year, and most visitors only arrive once in a while to experience the sights.
The last time I visited Antarctica, I found the area incredibly sparse and desolate.
This was back in 2010.
While I can imagine the world might be a little more relaxed now, I wouldn’t count on it.
This year is not the year to go on a Antarctic expedition, as there is little chance you’ll be visiting Antarctica at all.
There’s only one day of tourism this year, the Antarctic New Year, and it will be on March 18, 2019.
However, the tourist industry is already in a frenzy to celebrate the end of the Antarctic winter, which will last for four weeks.
It’s not just tourists who are on the lookout for new places to visit.
The International Antarctic Bureau, the international organisation that manages the vast Antarctic archipelago, is also expecting a massive spike in tourists, with a peak of around 300,000 to 400,000 people visiting Antarctica during the Antarctic Summer season.
In contrast, in 2020, the tourism industry will be able to handle about half that number, according to IAB, and the numbers will only grow.
In the meantime, it’s important to understand that the Antarctic is not a tourist destination in the way that other parts of the world are.
It has its own unique charm, and a history and culture that are unique to Antarctica.
This has made it an ideal destination for the tourism sector, which is in the process of growing rapidly in Antarctica.
Antarctica is a popular tourist destination and there is a growing industry in Antarctica for both tourism and tourism accommodation.
For tourists, it is a perfect place to enjoy the natural beauty and history of the continent and the unique people who live there.
The Antarctic is a fascinating place, but there is also a lot of adventure to be had.
I will be taking you on my journey to Antarctica in 2019, so be sure to check back to find out what to do and where to go.