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Crossing the Antarctic Circle

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Written by Quark Expeditions team member  Nicholas Engelmann

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Arctic Watch: Home of Real Life Arctic Explorers

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When you visit Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, you become part of a three generation dynasty of arctic explorers unlike any other in Canadian history. 

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Top 10 Reasons to Visit the Arctic

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What’s your number one reason for booking an arctic expedition? Are you a photographer looking to document some of the rarest and most beautiful wildlife on the planet? Is your goal to learn more about the culture and history of the north? Or is your dream to travel aboard one of the largest icebreakers ever built? Here are some reasons to plan a trip to the Arctic:
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Colonel Chris Hadfield to Join Special “Generator” Expedition

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Celebrated astronaut Colonel Chris Hadfield is joining our Arctic Icebreaker Kapitan Khlebnikov Expedition: Best of the Canadian Arctic!

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Drone Art Video - A Bird’s Eye View of the Arctic

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There’s no shortage of opportunities to experience incredible marine and land flora and fauna in the area around Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge from different perspectives. And now, seasoned wildlife photographer and Arctic Watch guide Nansen Weber has given the world an entirely new perspective, thanks to new drone technology.

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A Life Changing Adventure in the Galapagos Islands

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 I’m Tiffany Merritt, Video Content Coordinator for the TUI Group, the parent company of Quark Expeditions. I recently had the good fortune to take a Galapagos Islands expedition, and wanted to share my experience, because it was the trip of a lifetime!

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Photography Tips from 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year

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Lions and tigers and bears… and egrets, and owls and puffins, oh my! Canadian Don Gutoski has snapped photos of the rare and the commonplace the world over, through the lens of his Canon camera. He recently won the 2015 International Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPY) contest for his “A Tale of Two Foxes,” a picture that graphically captures the effects of climate change.

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The Top Landing Sites in Greenland

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There are a number of exciting regions of Greenland, each with unique attractions and points of interest accessible on your cruise. As the first explorers of the island soon discovered, ice, weather and Mother Nature can affect landing site accessibility, but add to the adventure of exploring Greenland.

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The Galapagos Big 5

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There’s really no other place on earth like the Galapagos Islands, where you can interact with an unrivaled diversity of wildlife on land and sea. Catching a glimpse of the endangered Galapagos sea turtle, the giant Galapagos tortoise, or the cartoonish blue-footed booby nesting on bare rocky islands is truly a once in a lifetime experience.

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Failed Attempts at Traversing the Northwest Passage

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The Northwest Passage has long been considered one of the most important marine paths in history, shortening the distance between Europe and eastern Asia by thousands of miles. This passage, once explored and tackled, also bridged these faraway lands to the eastern United States and the Canadian North. Although the passage has always been integral in shipping valuable mineral resources from the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans to the Arctic and Canadian Islands, it’s never exactly been smooth sailing.

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