You can’t fly to the southernmost part of Antarctica without visiting the island of Rodrigues.
But how do you find a way to get there without spending a fortune?
Here’s everything you need to know about Antarctica.
1 / 11 The Antartic Islands, Rodrigues A tourist spot on the South Atlantic island of Antartica, Rodrigue is a place where the climate is more tropical than temperate.
The island is home to a vast underwater ecosystem and an astonishingly beautiful volcano called Mount Kambos.
There are about 20 islands and the largest of these is Mount Kammos, which is more than 100 metres (300 feet) high.
The volcanic crater rises in a cloud-covered landscape, and it’s believed that the volcano is responsible for creating the unique “Antartic island”.
A small island of about 15 hectares (33 acres) on Rodrigues is the smallest of the islands.
2 / 11 Cape Reunion Island, Reunion A large part of the island’s coastal plain, Cape Reveries is also home to the largest volcano on the island, Mount Reverie.
Reveried volcano Mount Reverbie is about 5,000 metres (16,000 feet) tall, and its lava flows into the Atlantic Ocean.
3 / 11 Mount Reeverie, Reveriana A volcanic crater on Reverian island, Reeverian, is home of the largest and most active volcano on Rodrigue, Mount Krem.
Its lava flows from the mountain’s mouth and can erupt up to 20 times in a day.
The volcano is so active that it has caused major environmental damage in the area.
The lava flows out of the mountain, and is then washed back down the mountain by a massive wave.
The waves are also able to cause landslides.
4 / 11 Rodrigues, Rodriguers Island of Rodrigue.
This island is also a popular destination for those who are looking to see Antartics sights.
It has a beach, beach clubs, hotels and a number of restaurants.
The Antarts are a popular holiday destination.
5 / 11 L’Avenir de Rodrigues Island, Rodriguer.
A popular holiday resort on Rodriguers island, L’Arvenir is one of the most popular destinations for tourists in Rodrigues and is home for some of the world’s most famous tourist attractions.
The resort includes a swimming pool, spa, restaurants and a casino.
6 / 11 Port St. Lucie, St. Lucia An island located in the South Pacific, Port St Lucie is an active tourist destination and home to several attractions including a resort, cruise ship, golf course, golf club and an aquarium.
7 / 11 St. Croix, St Lucia A small Caribbean island, St Croix is also known as the “Little Garden” because of its abundance of flowering trees.
The reef has a variety of marine life, including whales, dolphins and porpoises.
St Crois is one the most visited islands on the continent, with more than 4 million tourists visiting each year.
8 / 11 New Zealand St. George’s Island, St George’s Islands The island of St.
George’s is famous for its magnificent coral reefs, including the famous Kaitai reef.
There is also the world famous St. Gergis National Park, home to many wildlife, including penguins.
St. Georges is also famous for a famous surfing spot called The Edge, which attracts thousands of visitors every year.
9 / 11 Aptos, California The popular tourist destination of California, Apts is home in the heart of the Golden State.
Its beaches are known for its sand and white sands beaches, and there is a popular surfing spot in the middle of the town called “The Edge”.
10 / 11 La Paz, Bolivia A popular vacation destination for tourists, La Paza is home island of La Paez, a small mountain with spectacular beaches and a volcanic crater.
The famous volcano La Páz is also active and erupts several times every year, and locals say that the eruptions are so intense that they can cause major erosion.
The La Pays also have a small park and aquarium, which offers wildlife watching tours and is also open for swimming.
11 / 11 Pangaea Island, Antarctica A tourist destination in Antarctica, Pangaeas is home mainly to the polar ice caps, which are covered in a thick layer of ice.
The area is also called “the desert”.
The island also hosts a number other unique features, including a large cave system, a massive rock formation, an underwater volcano, and the highest point on the world.