In the so-called Antarctic
Summer, temperature varies from 0 to 2° Celsius, whereas in the winter it drops to minus 50° Celsius.
A distinctive climatic
feature of the South Pole is that during the summer there is no nighttime, with a diametrically opposite situation in winter.
Tourism visits to the Antarctic
are made in summer (November through March) when weather conditions are favorable. However, at any time there can be a sudden blizzard. Its duration can vary, and planes can not take off during one of these phenomena.
During the rest of the year, weather conditions preclude tourist access.