In this photo, an Antarctic local carefully navigates some rocks, sea kayakers and a Quark ship in the background. Looks like a perfect day in Antarctica!
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
During my recent voyage with Quark there were moments where I was left speechless. There were many opportunities to explore the rugged landscape and get up close with the wildlife in their natural setting. The surroundings were so spectacular that I would have to remind myself to pause and take it all in. Antarctica is unlike any other place in the world that I have traveled to. Quark Passenger, D. DaSilva, Antarctic Explorer Dec. 2012 on the Ocean Diamond.
Photographers at all skill level will be amazed at how up-close & personal you can get with the wildlife. Just take a seat and let them come to you. Quark offers Photography Focused Cruises so you can travel with a pro who shares their secretes to taking great photos in this unique environment.