About

White Desert understands and respects that Antarctica is a highly sensitive wilderness.

As such, we operate in strict accordance with the environmental tourism guidelines laid out in the Antarctic Treaty. We also go further and operate our own zero impact policy.

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To achieve this, all human waste is transported out of Antarctica on regular flights and disposed of responsibly in South Africa.

A significant proportion of the camp is powered by renewable energy, using photovoltaic solar panels for electrical supply and solar water heaters for the shower system.

In addition to this, White Desert is an accredited CarbonNeutral® company and offsets all emissions through a portfolio of Carbon projects for our flights to Antarctica and the associated logistics once there.

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ZERO environmental print means…

  • A Temporary Camp
  • All Waste Removed
  • Renewable Power

…and CarbonNeutral® for the entire experience.

  • Home away from home

    "It isn’t complete without mentioning the hospitality and the dedication of White Desert during our stay."

    Fitria Yusuf

  • Beyond my imagination

    “Antarctica was an entry into something that was beyond my imagination. None of the trip's numerous highlights could have come true without the expertise of the team.”

    Fahd Munir, Saudi Arabia

  • Beyond my imagination

    "Blue ice caves, mountains to climb, ice waves etc, throw in penguins and a monumental trip to the South Pole, any other place in the world will be underwhelming."

    Jane Loginova and family

  • Unique experience

    "Overall you have a unique experience delivered by very experienced people with great judgment, with flexibility and knowledge."

    Enrique and Valeria Aboitiz

  • The true meaning of traveling

    “There is so little there, but so much to experience! A place where you can find your own true voice, away from the distractions of the outside world. Where you find the true meaning of traveling. ”

    Alan Chen, Taiwan

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