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Three Glaciers Camp Upgrade

Elevate Your Experience

Immerse yourself in the ultimate wilderness, surrounded by pristine views, untouched spaces, and profound silence. Three Glaciers Camp is an exclusive retreat tucked away deep in the interior of Antarctica.

Duration
4-9 Days
Price
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Overview

Designed with thoughtful attention to detail, Three Glaciers provides a sanctuary for relaxation and comfort. Its unique location in the Heritage Range of the Ellsworth Mountains offers you an alternative base for your Antarctica experience, separate from our main camp at Union Glacier.

With only 8 sleeping suites, camp occupancy is limited to 16 guests, affording ultimate privacy and superior service. Three suites feature king beds and five suites are outfitted with two extra-long twin beds. White oak and walnut bed frames support dreamy mattresses, sateen sheets, and down duvets covered in vintage linen. Each suite is heated by a high-efficiency Toyostove and furnished with cozy sitting areas. You’ll find plenty of space to store your polar gear as well as a charging station for your personal electronics. When you’re ready to enjoy the luxury of a hot shower in the middle of Antarctica, toiletries and towels are on hand. We gather and melt snow straight from the glacier to keep a piping hot supply ready for you in our custom-built shower facility.

The dining room and lounge are the heart of camp. Here your private chef creates original dishes with fresh ingredients flown in from Chile. In between meals, relax on the sofa with a book from our polar library or enjoy a coffee from the comfort of a leather lounge chair.

Majestic peaks rise in all directions offering unlimited opportunities for snowmobiling, hiking, climbing, and skiing. Our experienced guides will design daily adventures to match your personal pursuits. Scale rocky ridges for your first Antarctic summit, carve tracks down powder slopes, or snowmobile into secret valleys few have ever seen.

Elevate Your Experience

Three Glaciers Camp can be booked as an accommodation enhancement for guests on existing ALE experiences including Emperors & Explorers, South Pole Flights, and South Pole Overnight.

Design Your Own Experience

Three Glaciers Camp can be reserved for private groups interested in creating their own bespoke experiences. Custom itineraries can be crafted to achieve almost any Antarctic objective including flights to Vinson Base Camp, technical climbing, ski touring, and snowmobile  traverses.


Weather

The interior of Antarctica has a cold, dry, windy climate. Average mid-season temperatures at our base camp range from 10F to 25F (-12C to -4C ). On a sunny windless day it can feel quite warm but, when the wind blows, you will be glad of warm layers and a wind jacket. Temperatures can drop as low as -22F (-30C) in early November.


Inclusions

What's Included
  • Round trip transportation to Three Glaciers from Union Glacier, Antarctica
  • Meals and accommodation* at Three Glaciers Camp
  • Antarctic guides and lecturer

*Single occupancy can be booked for an additional fee

What's Not Included
  • Insurance coverage—personal, medical, evacuation, or otherwise
  • Commercial flights to and from Punta Arenas
  • Airport transfers outside of Punta Arenas
  • Meals and accommodation in Punta Arenas
  • Additional flights within Antarctica
  • Personal equipment and clothing
  • Expenses incurred due to delays
  • Luggage over the checked luggage allowance
  • Satellite phone charges
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*Subject to change based on weather and flight conditions.

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