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Antarctic Expedition to Totality

Two people standing in the Antartic looking at the solar eclipse

November 26 – December 7, 2021
Eclipse Tour Destination: Antarctica

For more information about the trip, including pricing and how to book, visit TravelQuest 

 

In 2021, TravelQuest will be gathering a select group of guests to view the December 4 solar eclipse at the furthest possible point from their everyday lives: deep in the heart of Antarctica. In partnership with Antarctic Logistics & Expeditions (ALE), TravelQuest has created a unique expedition to the least explored continent on Earth – culminating in 44 seconds of brilliant, clear, star-filled darkness as the Moon’s shadow passes over a vast, pristine expanse of ice and snow.

Trip highlights include:

  • Privately chartered flight to TravelQuest’s fully equipped camp deep in the Antarctic interior.
  • 6 nights at a private eclipse camp.
  • Organized daily activities, tailored to the weather and your interests.
  • Specially arranged viewing of the Dec. 4 total solar eclipse from a site near camp.

For more information about the trip, including pricing and how to book, visit TravelQuest 

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