Endurance22: Live updates on one of the world’s most famous shipwrecks, the Endurance, which has been found more than a century after it sunk.
The team of explorers used underwater drones to find and film the shipwreck of Shackleton’s Endurance in the merciless Weddell Sea.
People cannot get enough of a new film that follows the trials and tribulations of an adorable fluffy chick living in the Antarctic.
For the first time in history, a large commercial passenger aircraft (an Airbus A340) has landed on ice in Antarctica.
If you have always wanted to visit Antarctica – the world’s uninhabited southernmost continent – here’s your chance.
Lewis Pugh endured water temperatures between 0 and 3 Celsius and became the first person to undertake a multi-day swim in the polar regions.
Since National Geographic began making maps in 1915, it has recognised four oceans, but as of 8 June 2021, it now recognises five world oceans.
Cruise companies provide opportunities to observe an extraordinary total solar eclipse from the comfort of luxury liners in the Antarctic. But will South Africans be able to join in?
Icelandair made an unusual, ultra-long distance pickup from Dronning Maud Land in Antarctica this week, taking off from a glacial ice runway.
Five environmentally minded matrics have set off with the explorer on an educational trip of a lifetime.
Get ready because this trip is going to take you to the most extreme poles of our planet, from the Arctic regions of Russia, Lapland, Norway, Canada, and Iceland, to the southernmost latitudes under the Antarctic night sky… always with the mesmerising Northern Lights dancing in the sky.
Antarctica, the windiest and driest place on Earth, now has another record: the cleanest air.
On Friday 24 January, Lewis Pugh became the first person in history to swim beneath the Antarctic ice sheet to raise awareness of the climate crisis and to highlight the need for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in the region.
South Africa is committed to the Antarctic Treaty, which hopes to regulate international relations with respect to Antarctica, Earth’s only continent without a native human population.
Emperor Penguins are living indicators whose population trends can illustrate the consequences of climate change.