Singita, One&Only and White Desert Antarctica Team Up For “‘Adventure to the South”
Announcing a limited-edition trip for November 2019, Singita is launching a spectacular 11-night Adventure to the South in collaboration with One&Only and White Desert.
The journey takes guests from the warm low-veld of Kruger National Park in South Africa to the icy expanse of Antarctica, giving safari lovers the chance to see the rarest wildlife on both continents – from Africa’s iconic animals to Antarctica’s vast colony of 28,000 emperor penguins.
The partnership between Singita and White Desert represents more than just an opportunity to experience these iconic animals up close. Both companies are founded on a passion and commitment to preserve the landscapes and wildlife they operate in. Singita has been helping with the conservation of large areas of rare and iconic African wilderness for more than 25 years, while White Desert operates a zero-impact policy and have been carbon neutral since 2007.
This epic journey includes 4 nights at Singita Kruger National Park and 2 nights in the One&Only Hotel in Cape Town. From there, the White Desert private jet awaits: flying into the heart of Antarctica, where the unique Whichaway Camp is home for the next 5 nights.
The trips are priced as follows for the following dates:
- Adventure to the South: 18th – 23rd November 2019 – $67,000 p/person
- Early Emperors: 18th -23rd & 23rd–28th November – $58,000 p/person
- Polar Skills with Explorers: 22nd-26th January 2020 – $32,000 p/person
- Emperors and South Pole: 28th Nov- 6th Dec, 6th – 14th & 21st -29th Dec 2019; 29th Dec-6th Jan & 6th – 14th Jan 2020 – $92,500 US dollars per person max group size: 12
- Greatest Day: Exclusive charter: $195,000 US dollars (based on 14 pax): 18th December – $13,500
All trip costs include Airport collection in Cape Town with briefing, a return flight to Antarctica on White Desert Gulf Stream jet, all accommodation, food and drinks (including all alcoholic beverages) in Antarctica, all guiding fees, support of field guides and logistics staff; use of certain items of polar clothing, and payment by White Desert Ltd of a ‘Carbon Tax’ for offsetting emissions created by all logistics associated with Antarctic travel. For more information about this unique journey, visit www.white-desert.com