See wildlife, participate in different kinds of activities, like kayaking or diving, hike, visit places of interest (like huts of first polar explorers) etc.
Early explorers between 1898 and 1922 brought dogs to Antarctica. The practice is now forbidden.
he visits the villages in Antarctica then goes to the nearest country to Antarctica which is Alaska
A race to the south pole, between 2 explorers, whose names were: Roald Amundsen, and Captain Scott.
Which was the first European to visit Alabama
Explorers find that camp stoves, lanterns, ice axes are all useful in Antarctica.
Explorers to go to Antarctica to explore: this is their work.
Scientists and explorers.
In 1519, Spanish explorer Alonso Álvarez de Piñeda was the first European to visit Texas.
Roald Amundsen, Richard E, Byrd, and James Cook
In 1840 Frenchman Jules-Sébastien-César Dumont d'Urville became the first person to set foot on Antarctica
they eat seals
Every place that you can visit in Antarctica is 'interesting' at least to the people who manage the visit.
most people visit Antarctica in research bases
Generally, tours to Antarctica visit the beaches.
Bartholomew Gosnold and Giovanni da Verrazzano
All polar explorers between about 1899 and 1922 -- the Heroic age of Antarctic Exploration -- traveled to Antarctica by sailing ship.
No one lives in Antarctica. There were early explorers, however, who sailed there and established camps. The first expedition, the Belgian Antarctic Expedition of 1897-99, however, camped at the edge of the continent in their ship and could arguably be considered the first peoples to 'live' in Antarctica.
no of course not