• facebook
  • twitter
  • rss
  • pintrest

Featured Posts

Charles Darwin Research Station

0
replies

Eminent naturalist Charles Darwin was one of the first prominent visitors to the Galapagos Islands, and his influence on the Ecuadorian archipelago remains strong two centuries later.

Read More...

Meet the Pomarine Skua of the Galapagos

0
replies
One of the fascinating species you’ll come across on your Galapagos Islands cruise is the pomarine skua.

Seabirds are one of the glories of the Galapagos and this elegant and buoyant flyer with wide wing span doesn’t disappoint. Found breeding on the coastal Islands, pomarine skua are great travelers and migrate once a year to spend the winter in the Southern Hemisphere.

Read More...

Meet the Galapagos Land Iguana

0
replies

One of the more interesting creatures you’ll see in on your Galapagos Islands trip is actually three different species – the Galapagos land iguana! 

Read More...

Top Underwater Photography Tips

0
replies

The waters around the extraordinary Galapagos Islands are a photographer’s wonderland. This area is home to a remarkable collection of species - according to the Galapagos Conservancy, more than 20% of the marine species in the Galapagos are unique.

Read More...

10 Things to Do on a Layover in Kangerlussuaq

0
replies

A number of Quark expeditions, including those in Greenland and Canada’s High Arctic, provide an opportunity to spend time in the cozy and friendly town of Kangerlussuaq. Offering easy access to the Greenland Ice Cap, Kangerlussuaq provides a relaxing landscape of breathtaking scenery, over 300 days of clear sky every year, and a stunning start or finale to any Greenland cruise. If you are looking for ways to make the most of your layover, here are 10 things to do in Kangerlussuaq.

Read More...

Top Landing Sites in the Galapagos Islands

1
replies

The spectacular Galapagos Islands have been described as a “living museum and showcase of evolution” by UNESCO, which has added the islands to its list of world heritage sites. 

Read More...

The Top Landing Sites in the Falkland Islands

0
replies

Wildlife and nature are what bring most people to the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), located 300 miles (483 km) off the coast of Argentina. The archipelago is comprised of 778 islands, and renowned for its excellent birdwatching, the Falkland Islands are home to 63 breeding species and 23 annual migrants. 

Read More...

Meet the Galapagos Tortoise

0
replies

Earlier this year, baby tortoises were spotted on the Galapagos Island, of Pinzón. This is incredibly exciting, especially to Quark voyagers, because wild baby Galapagos tortoises have not been seen on the island for over a century.

Read More...

Meet the Galapagos Sea Lion

0
replies

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.

Read More...

Introducing Explorers' Collection

0
replies

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.

Read More...

Posts by Topic

see all

Subscribe to Email Updates