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Meet the Galapagos Sea Lion

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It’s not really a Galapagos Islands trip if you don’t get to see the most prominent of the archipelago’s rare marine mammals – the sea lion.

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Introducing Explorers' Collection

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Introducing the Explorers’ Collection - a curated series of unique expeditions to the world’s most remote destinations. Through paths less traveled to seldom-seen destinations, one-of-a-kind accommodation and unique modes of travel, the Explorers’ Collection brings incredible experiences to today's adventure traveler.

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Meet the Blue-footed Booby - Endangered Beauties on your Galapagos Islands Cruise

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The Galapagos Islands offer voyagers many exclusive, once in a lifetime opportunities. A large part of the intrigue and enchantment of the Islands is its rare wildlife species -- from tortoises to penguins -- many of which have been, or are in danger of becoming, extinct. Still, the delightful blue-footed booby, with its indigo feet and cheerful-sounding name, might be the most popular and well known inhabitant of the islands.

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Best Seats on Earth for the Annular Solar Eclipse

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Solar eclipses are rare and enchanting events that can catch us unprepared. For the most memorable solar eclipse experience, you have to be ready at the right time, and situated in the right place. 

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Not Your Average Cruise: Alternative Cruise Life on a Polar Expedition

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Not all cruises are created equal. 

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10 Things to Do On a Layover in Reykjavik

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Although Reykjavik is often considered its own arctic destination, Iceland’s capital on the coast also serves as an exciting point of embarkation or disembarkation. As a part of many of Quark’s arctic expeditions, you may be fortunate to have a Reykjavik layover as part of your Icelandic cruise. If you find yourself in this city of delightful contrasts, consider one of these activities to start or end your trip:

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Where Cold Winds Blow: Bill Webb’s 33 Years in the Arctic

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The Arctic remains one of the last great frontiers, covering areas in Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, and the United States, as well as Sweden and Finland. 

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Top 7 Most Brag-worthy Polar Experiences

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Ask a frequent polar traveler and they’re sure to tell you: each trip to the Arctic or Antarctica is an entirely new and unique experience. In these wildly diverse and remote regions, experiences are shaped by stunning land and icescapes, the activities in which you participate, and most often, by interactions with the animals and marine mammals who live at these extremes of the earth. 

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10 Amazing Ways to Spend 48 Hours in Yellowknife

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On the northern shores of Great Slave Lake, just south of the Arctic Circle, lies Yellowknife, a jumping off point for Quark passengers flying to Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge. This vibrant city of 20,000 in the Northwest Territories (NWT), was founded during the Gold Rush and quickly became an economic hub.

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Get Involved in the Community

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For many, embarking on a polar expedition is the trip of a lifetime. Whether it’s a top bucket list trip, or your polar passion drives you to explore new Arctic and Antarctic regions every chance you get, a lot of planning and preparation will go into your epic adventure. 

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