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A team celebrates at the South Pole during our South Pole Flight

South Pole Flight

The PolarExplorers team are all experts in their fields, and just as importantly very personable and engaging individuals. They care about what they do and this shows in every detail. ” 

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There aren't too many places more remote, unique or fascinating than the South Pole. Here, in the center of Antarctica, way up on the Antarctic Plateau (9,300 feet / 2835 m of elevation) lies the rotational axis of the Earth. Everything from this point lies North. You can walk through all time zones and pass through all lines of longitude in a few steps. You'll have the chance to visit the Geographical South Pole and the Ceremonial South Pole which both lie adjacent to the Amundsen Scott South Pole Station. But the South Pole is only part of what makes this an incredible Antarctic expedition. You'll also get to explore the beauty of Antarctica's northern latitudes, with stunning mountains and geographical features that you won't find anywhere else on the planet. This expedition is perfect for people who want to experience the heart of Antarctica's interior including the South Pole but who are not interested in skiing there on our South Pole Last Degree Ski Expedition or Full South Pole Ski Expedition. It's also a great fit for people with busy schedules who are looking for a shorter expedition to the White Continent.

Dates & Rates

Night At South Pole Dates (Union Glacier Camp):

  • December 30, 2023 - January 4, 2024

  • $65,000 per person

South Pole Flight Dates
(Union Glacier Camp):

  • December 7-12, 2023 and January 10-16, 2024

  • $59,900 per person

Night At South Pole Dates (Three Glaciers Luxury Camp):

  • January 4-10, 2024 

  • $79,000 USD per person


Includes all accommodations and meals while in Antarctica, guide(s), permits, communication & safety gear.


Pre-expedition: Arrive in Punta Arenas 2 days before start of expedition. Gear check and pre-flight briefing. The fun begins!


Weather permitting we'll fly to Antarctica.

DAY 2-5

These days include the South Pole Flight (and night at the South Pole, depending upon the itinerary) as well as time to explore the stunning surroundings of the Union Glacier Basecamp (or Three Glaciers Basecamp depending upon the itinerary) on guided tours. Weather delays in Antarctica are not uncommon and time is built into the itinerary to accommodate fickle weather. 


Weather permitting we'll depart for the return flight to Punta Arenas. 

Read the full itinerary here.


Our North and South Pole Flights are for people who want to experience the North & South Poles, but don't have the time, desire or funding to do a longer expedition. People on these Polar Flights have ranged in age from 1 to 81 years! All of these trips require that you can climb several stairs into and out of the plane and walk across the uneven terrain of the ice. We can assist you as necessary.The South Pole Flight requires you to sleep in a tent (with a very warm sleeping bag) at altitude (depending on the itinerary you choose). To best enjoy this polar adventure you should be in moderate to good shape.


Please contact us with further questions!


Upon registration, you will receive a comprehensive gear guide that explains the importance of each item as well as gear recommendations from our past participants. Please contact us for more information about your personal gear and group gear for this expedition.

Several items on our equipment checklist are available from our store. 

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