$250,000 gives adventurous couples the ultimate Antarctica wedding experience. It’s complete with snow lounges, 28,000 penguins, and a beautiful backdrop.
For $250,000, couples can give their destination wedding in Antarctica a whole new meaning! Bespoke luxury travel company Red Savannah offers the ultimate wedding experience, albeit at a premium, and makes your special day truly unforgettable. The White Wedding in a White Desert experience begins with a 12-guest wedding party flying from Cape Town, South Africa to the Wolf Fang Track in Antarctica in an 8.5 hour flight. The festivities begin with a hearty breakfast, including a cake-cutting ceremony followed by a glass of champagne in the Snow Lounge. Weddings can be chilly, but this one takes it literally.
You can revel in the natural vistas of Antarctica, from the peaks of a range of nunataks on the horizon to the velvety expanse of snow. If the Arctic is close to your heart, you might spend the rest of your stay at Echo, a brand new polar camp consisting of six private pods equipped with a floor-to-ceiling window design.
The state-of-the-art pods contain a communal area and dining area where guests devour the finest South African produce paired with award-winning wine selections. Another way to relax in this spectacular location is Whichaway Camp. Here guests can relax in a wellness area and sauna on the shores of the freshwater lake of the Schirmacher oasis.
It seems that for the first time the wedding seems more promising than the honeymoon. Along with enjoying the natural beauty of Antarctica, guests can also indulge in a colony tour of 28,000 emperor penguins, nunatak walks, ice skating and rock climbing. The well-planned wedding experience even takes care of the wedding gifts. $1,000 per person is pledged to conservation and sustainability initiatives visiting Antarctica.