Since no country owns Antarctica,no visais required to travel there. If you are a citizen of a country that is a signatory of the Antarctic Treaty,you do need to get permission to travel to Antarctica. This is nearly always done through tour operators.
People also ask
Why can’t I visit Antarctica on vacation?
The limited dates are due to the fact that there is no actual commercial airport at Antarctica, so you鈥檙e dependent on private air travel. The only way of air travel is if you specially book through a tour operator.
Where can I go on an Antarctic Expedition?
Among these, you will find expeditions that travel directly to Antarctica, and others that include the spectacular sub-Antarctic regions of the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) and South Georgia.
How long does it take to get to Antarctica?
The journey to Antarctica from Ushuaia is approximately 2 days, and you鈥檒l have the chance to cross the Drake Passage, one of the most infamous ocean channels on the planet. Even though there are far fewer opportunities for normal passengers to travel to Antarctica from New Zealand or Australia, it is occasionally possible.
Do you need a visa to go to Antarctica from USA?
Entry, Exit and Visa Requirements. All U.S. nationals organizing private expeditions to Antarctica in the United States, or proceeding to Antarctica from the United States, are required to provide notification to the Department of State at least three months prior to the intended travel to the Antarctic Treaty area.