If you haven't considered polar diving, perhaps it is something you may enjoy.
First of all Antarctica offers a unique beauty both above and below the surface that is hard to find almost anywhere else on earth.
Scuba Diving Antarctica is considered a form of extreme diving due to its remoteness and the climactic challenges found there. However, the incredible ice diving and variety of wildlife found there makes it worth the trip, without a doubt.
Antarctic dive sites vary from shallow ice diving to wall diving from a zodiac or beach. Not surprisingly, the weather in Antarctica is somewhat unpredictable and offers temperatures ranging from -5 to 8 degrees Celsius. Just have the proper gear and you should be set to go.
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