Visiting Antarctica from Chile

By Paige, Nicaragua, December 2011

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Today, about 40,000 tourists visit the Antarctica annually, with perhaps 300 travelers (in addition to some 250 scientists and support staff) making it to the South Pole every year. There, they’ll experience the bitter cold and blinding white landscape that tempted Amundsen and Scott to risk their lives, as well as more comfortable accommodations at the international research station, which comes complete with a gift shop.

Editor's Note: This recommendation was taken from our Chile Things To Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading and to learn about more things to do in Chile.

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