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  • A trip to one of the world's most

  • extreme environments is one you'll never

  • forget.

  • Welcome to MojoTravels and today we're

  • discussing why you need to travel to

  • Antarctica are you a fan of our videos

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  • looking at some of the most compelling

  • arguments as to why you should be adding

  • the frozen continent to your bucket list

  • by highlighting what makes this such a

  • unique experience start to finish your

  • point of departure is the end of the

  • world in adventure movies and novels the

  • intrepid traveler is always looking to

  • reach the horizon to explore beyond the

  • known end of the world

  • now modern mapping technology means that

  • we've done a pretty thorough job

  • exploring the globe but due to its harsh

  • climate and it's extremely a remote

  • location Antarctica remains the next

  • best thing and while there are a few

  • different routes you can take to get

  • there including departures from South

  • Africa New Zealand and Chile most agree

  • that the Argentinian port city of this

  • way is the way to go

  • generally considered to be the

  • southernmost city in the world it's been

  • dubbed el fin del mundo which translates

  • to the end of the world to those for

  • whom the word Argentina brings to mind

  • images of sunny weather and rainforest

  • you're in for a surprise

  • while Argentina's north is indeed

  • subtropical sy as climate is that of a

  • mild tundra

  • it never gets particularly cold or hot

  • the landscape is rugged distinctly

  • northern anesthetic and breathtakingly

  • beautiful the small town of Californian

  • forests and soaring snow-capped

  • mountains it's a perfect stepping stone

  • before you embark on your great

  • adventure into the relative unknown the

  • voyage itself once not so long ago a

  • trip to Antarctica was reserved for the

  • most daring seasoned and adventurous of

  • travelers it was a domain of the

  • explorer

  • not just the outdoor enthusiast though

  • modern technology and dedicated travel

  • companies have made the southernmost

  • continent far more accessible in recent

  • years you're still sailing the same path

  • taken by early pioneers you're a lot

  • more comfortable safe and well equipped

  • than these pioneers were but it's

  • nonetheless an epic experience you're

  • reaching back through time and

  • connecting with these brave pioneers and

  • you can really feel that history as you

  • cross these

  • forgiving waters gaining a whole new

  • appreciation for the endeavor they

  • undertook nowadays crossing the Drake

  • Passage takes about two days an

  • experience typically falls into two

  • categories smooth sailing on the Drake

  • lake or the Drake shake which is a

  • nickname for extremely rough seas but

  • honestly it's all part of the adventure

  • crossing the Drake Passage comes with

  • serious bragging rights and makes for a

  • once-in-a-lifetime experience during the

  • trip you're also apt to see all manner

  • of wildlife and some pretty incredible

  • sunsets

  • how many destinations can you name for

  • it getting there is a trip unto itself

  • the landscape this is perhaps the single

  • biggest draw to the frozen continent

  • though it is a land of sky rock ice snow

  • and frigid cold water those elements

  • come together in a way that utterly

  • captivates imagine heading out in a

  • kayak and navigating your way through

  • icebergs impossibly white ice giants

  • jagged monoliths that slice through sea

  • and sky the experience is none like

  • exploring a massive outdoor museum

  • except here the hour consists

  • exclusively of sculptures crafted by the

  • hands of time and the elements both the

  • size and shapes of the icebergs inspire

  • or if you're going out exploring that

  • means the weather is good and so you'll

  • be slowly make your way through calm

  • water it's an almost meditative

  • experience of course now that

  • high-resolution digital cameras are

  • reasonably affordable and given that the

  • picture quality on smartphones has come

  • as far as it has Photography is another

  • big reason to consider making the trip

  • Antarctica is utterly unique you won't

  • find comparable photo ops anywhere else

  • in the world

  • the landscape that stretches before you

  • is unreal and begs to be captured oh and

  • we haven't even mentioned the night sky

  • free from light pollution after dark the

  • Antarctic sky comes to life in

  • magnificent fashion depending on where

  • you visit you may even get to see the

  • elusive aurora australis Antarctica's

  • own Southern Lights wildlife animal

  • lovers this one's for you

  • Antarctica might not be home to many

  • humans but it's by no means uninhabited

  • here in this inhospitable land a wide

  • array of annum

  • have adapted to not only survive in the

  • harsh conditions but thrive and with so

  • little human influence on meddling they

  • live in relative peace this is their

  • land due to the extreme climate and

  • permanent ice Antarctica isn't known for

  • its abundance of greenery as such with

  • the exception of krill and phytoplankton

  • herbivores are essentially non-existent

  • birds are among the most common animal

  • sightings in Antarctica highlights being

  • the beautiful snow petrels and the

  • wandering albatross which boasts the

  • longest wingspan on the planet the

  • continent is also home to orcas and blue

  • whales the former can be spotted across

  • the globe but Antarctica is among the

  • places where killer whales are found in

  • the largest number of course two of the

  • biggest draws at least in terms of

  • Wildlife are the penguins and seals here

  • in Antarctica both are abundant you all

  • but guaranteed to get plenty of time

  • with each in terms of penguins

  • Antarctica is home to an assortment of

  • species including a Delhi's Emperor's

  • chinstraps

  • Kings gentoos macaronis and rockhoppers

  • as for seals those commonly seen in

  • Antarctica include Weddell seals

  • southern fur seals crabeater seals

  • leopard seals and southern elephant

  • seals that's a lot of seals you get a

  • continent to yourself by escaping the

  • modern world our planet is massive and

  • full of or inspiring sites both natural

  • and human-made realistically one could

  • spend their entire life traveling the

  • globe and still not see it all with the

  • world population quickly approaching a

  • billion however it can be hard to find

  • destinations that don't bear the

  • distinct mark of human activity even in

  • national parks and other such popular

  • nature type destinations their

  • popularity is apt to make them

  • relatively crowded that's the beauty of

  • Antarctica for starters the continent

  • has only one thousand to five thousand

  • residents depending on the season with

  • none of them permanent the human

  • footprint here is very minor being

  • limited to a few dozen scientific

  • outposts and basis even though travel to

  • Antarctica has increased nearly tenfold

  • since the early 1990s the total number

  • of visitors remains under fee

  • thousand and that's for the entire

  • continent for contacts consider that the

  • Grand Canyon National Park receives over

  • six million guests over the same time

  • period the lack of humans and human

  • activity in Antarctica translates to a

  • land of incomparable peace and quiet

  • it's wild in a way that's extremely rare

  • in this day and age it feels special

  • like your own little secret its vast

  • emptiness mammoth glaciers and barren

  • landscape overwhelm in the best possible

  • way visiting Antarctica is not only an

  • opportunity to immerse yourself in one

  • of the world's most extreme environments

  • but also offers an incredibly cleansing

  • and cathodic dose of perspective do you

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    陳奕愷 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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