Antarctica is one of the most exclusive travel destinations on the planet, with less than 30,000 people getting a chance to step foot on the continent every year.
Of those 30,000 people, a very small percentage have the opportunity to actually spend the night on land rather than on a ship, which is usually only reserved for scientists and hardcore explorers.
If you sign up for a small group expedition with an adventure-focused company you may be offered a night to sleep in a tent or bivvy sack right on the snow beneath the clearest skies in the world.
It might not be the most comfortable — or warmest — evening, but nothing beats experiencing what only a handful of people in history have experienced: a night on the single biggest mass of ice in the world.
Read more on what to know before you travel to Antarctica.