Ice & Mountains
This 4-day adventure takes in the dramatic Wolf's Fang peak and then on to our luxury camp. Situated at the bottom of a 200ft icefall, it is the perfect location for your daily adventures.Watch video
Start Point: Cape Town, South Africa. We will host a safety briefing the day before the flight where our staff will be there to welcome you. We will also update you as to the latest weather forecasts in Antarctica and assist with any last minute preparations.
White Desert is the only company in the world to offer a private jet service to access Antarctica.
Sit back and relax as we fly over hundreds of icebergs and into continuous sunshine.
Destination: Wolf's Fang runway, which sits beneath one of the most spectacular and iconic mountains on the entire continent.
Once landed, we explore the extraordinary Drygalski mountain range that sits only a few kilometers away.These mountains are like no other on earth. Kilometer-high monoliths of rock rise vertically from the ice, creating a landscape that is simply breathtaking.
You will spend the day amongst these giants with our expert guides accompanying you every step of the way. That evening, it is a short 25min flight in a separate aircraft - a DC3 Basler - to our luxury camp - Whichaway.
- Whichaway Camp is totally unique and the perfect place from which to base your adventure. There are six state-of-the-art sleeping pods that are heated and designed for two people in each. At just over 6m (20ft) in diameter, they are also spacious, with a writing desk, wash area and toilet. The rest of the camp comprises a shower pod, kitchen and three centralised pods that make up the reception, lounge and dining room. While the exterior is made from cutting edge materials, the interior has an old-world feel with rich textures. Here you can relax and enjoy the food from our award-winning chef.
For the next 3 days, our expert guides will offer a variety of activities to suit each individual guest. They can be relaxed or adrenaline-fuelled, the choice is yours. We go on gentle treks to a series of ice tunnels or venture further towards the coast, to where giant ice waves rise up from the ground in surreal formations. From relaxed picnics, to visiting one of the local science bases – it’s all about doing what you want to do