Diving in Antarctica

Diving below Antarctica means to face life-threatening challenges like anaesthetising water temperatures of -0.8°C, ice sheets covering the water, and the terrifying risk of encountering a Leopard Seal. Yet it is the place that every diver dreams to visit… Why not meet one of those divers in person? Visit bit.ly/belgica_121 to help fund the making of the documentary and win rewards such as meeting the scientists over dinner! A once-in-a-lifetime chance to ask them all about their adventures above and below the ice.
Header image by Laurent Ballesta for National Geographic.