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5 Ways Antarctic & Arctic Expedition Travel is Good for the Soul

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One of the great benefits of traveling is the good it does your soul, since we’re rarely as present as when we travel. Taking a break from your everyday routine (which is often dominated by what has happened or what may happen next) forces you to slow down and take pause. When we’re feeling stressed out and exhausted, it’s our soul that needs a rest. What does that actually mean? Everything about us that’s not physical.

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Traveling with Kids: Antarctic Cruise Q&A

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Earlier this year, Hans Lagerweij and wife Isabelle took their young son, Kevin, and daughter, Aimee, on an Antarctic cruise with Quark Expeditions®. A former president of Quark, Hans is now the Portfolio Managing Director Adventure, TUI Group.

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Why Polar Expeditions Make the Best Family Adventure Vacations

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Ahh, family vacation. Can’t you just hear the little munchkins playing together nicely, remembering their manners and giving their work-weary parents ample time to unwind and enjoy each other’s company?

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How Polar Travel Makes You a Better Person

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At last count, our collective quest for self-improvement had exploded into an industry that rakes in over US$11 billion each year in the United States alone. In our quest to learn more, do more, see more – to be more – many of us are left feeling more exhausted than ever before, all in the name of becoming a better person.

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5 Health Benefits of the Adventure Travel Lifestyle

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Vacationing can have a profound effect on your physical and mental health and well-being – it’s why we look forward to that time away! There are different types of vacations, though, and the adventure vacation lifestyle is growing in popularity for all the benefits it brings.

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Traveling with Kids: Essentials for Family Adventure Travel

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Part 2 of 3 Part Series

Everything you do with your kids has the potential to be the best (or the worst) experience you’ve ever had – that’s just the nature of the beast! This may be doubly true when traveling with kids, but Hans Lagerweij, former president of Quark Expeditions® and now Portfolio Managing Director Adventure, TUI Group, says that with a little preparation, you can swing the balance to the good side and keep it there.

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Antarctic Flights with Amazing Winter Cruises

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Crossing the Drake Passage by sea is a rite of passage for many visiting Antarctica. For others, skipping this part of the journey frees up more time to explore the 7th continent. Choosing to fly south to Antarctica and then sail north (or vice versa) – or even flying both ways – is a great way to maximize your trip when time is of the essence.

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Antarctica in 10 Days or Less for 50 Percent Off on Amazing December Cruises

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During the Heroic Age of Exploration, a visit to the 7th continent was a major operation that cost a fortune and could take months or even years to complete. Now, thanks to improvements in transportation and communications technology, you can explore the last pristine wilderness in the world while on an Antarctic cruise in as little as 7 or 8 days.

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Experience Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge Through the Eyes of Fashion Icon Jeanne Beker

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Canadian journalist, fashion icon and media personality Jeanne Beker and her daughter Bekky recently traveled with Quark Expeditions to Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, a unique adventure outpost and world-class beluga whale watching site 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle. This is the conclusion of a 3 Part blog series.

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Arctic Adventure & Exploration with Canadian Fashionista Jeanne Beker

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 Canadian journalist, fashion icon and media personality Jeanne Beker and her daughter Bekky recently traveled with Quark Expeditions to Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, a unique adventure outpost and world-class beluga whale watching site 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle. This is Part 2 of a 3 Part blog series.

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