Garduce, in a News TV Live report quoting MountainMadness.com, and several of his companions reached Vinson Massif's summit at 5:45 a.m. Philippine time. The group battled through temperatures reaching -26 and mild to moderate wind conditions.
The group is expected to return to base camp to celebrate the historic feat on Saturday.
Garduce became the first Filipino to reach the top of the seven highest peaks of the seven continents.
Vinson Massif is Antarctica's highest mountain at 16,050 feet.
Garduce began his "Seven Summits" quest in 2002 when he scaled Africa's Mt. Kilimanjaro (19,340 ft.) then reached South America's Mt. Anconcagua (22,841 ft.) in 2005.
He made history in 2006 when he became the first Filipino to reach the summit of Asia's Mt. Everest (29,035 ft.).
Garduce's quest also took him on top of North America's Mt. McKinley (20,320 ft.), Oceania's Carstensz Pyramid (16,024) and Europe's Mt. Elbrus (18,510 ft.)