Across the Arctic and Antarctica, researchers are working diligently to learn more about polar species, climates, geology and more, in an effort to better educate mankind about these unique areas. The more we know about Polar Regions and their delicate ecosystems, the better equipped we are to preserve and protect them for generations to come.
Mysterious, remote, untouched. But, unexplored?? While you may think of Greenland as a fascinating wonderland awaiting to be discovered, you may be surprised to know just how many historical sites it boasts. Here’s a list of what to look forward to, from a historical perspective, on your Greenland expedition, and areas to explore.
An adventure with Quark Expeditions is quite unlike most other vacations. Let’s face it, there are a lot of unknowns in polar travel, even if you’ve done it before.
We're proud to offer the Quark Expeditions website in a number of languages including French, Spanish, and Japanese, to serve our discerning, adventurous and curious international clientele. But did you know we also offer multilingual expeditions, including those in French?
Each year since its inception in 2007, Earth Hour has continued to grow. That first year, it was a lights-out initiative in Sydney, Australia, to raise awareness for climate change issues. Over 2.2 million homes took a stand.
There’s a lot of truth to the belief that Iceland is predominantly green and Greenland is predominantly ice.
All terrain, all the time! That could be the motto for transportation by ATV (all-terrain vehicle) at Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge. At this unique base camp, located on Somerset Island 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle, jumping on a four-wheeler is not only a fun way to get around, it’s a practical necessity.