Dining aboard Quark Expeditions' ships is always a gastronomic adventure; even the foodies among us marvel at the fare available in such remote locations.
Written by Quark President, Hans Lagerweij I'm writing this blog from the unique surroundings of the Arctic Watch Lodge at 74˚ Somerset Island, Nunavut, Canada. Quark Expeditions® has launched...Read more
Feature photo courtesy of Quark passenger Mitch. In Northern Europe, they call it Midsummer, or St. John's Day, after the early Christian martyr John the Baptist. The Japanese take to the streets to...Read more
Each person has their own unique and personal reasons for visiting Antarctica. For some, it's the culmination of a lifelong quest to visit one of the most remote, pristine destinations on the planet....Read more
You make sure to pack your best camera and a bunch of additional memory cards. You take hundreds, maybe even thousands of incredible photos - perfect icebergs, chubby little penguins, the fluke of a humpback whale disappearing into the water. You arrive back home, maybe you post an album on facebook, maybe you have friends over for drinks and some photo-sharing...and then what? What is the best way to really convey the excitement and adventure that is a trip to the polar regions?