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Top 3 Arctic Expedition Destinations for Arctic Wildlife Lovers

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Arctic wildlife are a fascinating lot, thanks, in part, to how they’ve successfully adapted to one of the most challenging environments on earth. Traveling to Polar Regions in the Far North gives us a unique opportunity to see these hardy creatures in their natural environment.

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Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves: Evelyn Hannon

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Join us as we revisit some of our most memorable blog posts and celebrate women who have carved out their own journey around the world, in the Polar Regions.

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Top Bird-Watching Expeditions in the Polar Regions

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The Polar Regions have long fascinated travelers with a wide range of interests, such as adventure sports, exploration, rare polar animals and geography. Among those diverse groups, perhaps none are quite as passionate as bird-watchers!

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The Top 5 Reasons to add Antarctica to your bucket list!

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1. Be one of only a few people to Step foot on the 7th continent

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North Pole Adventure with Chris

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Name:

Chris McFarlane

Job title:

Assistant Manager, Operations

Trip Name: North Pole

Pre-post night city: Helsinki

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Follow the leader!

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Can you keep up? Hurry! These chinstrap penguins are strutting in fine form and will not wait for you to take their picture!

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King of South Georgia

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An Antarctic fur seal in South Georgia reclines, surveying his land.

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Penguins and sea kayaks

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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!

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Fun facts about an Antarctic voyage

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Two Antarctic ambassadors on ice!

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Polar bear snow bath

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Although they are often placed together in cartoons and drawings, it is a common misconception that polar bears and penguins live in the same polar environments. Polar Bears can be found in five nations: U.S. (Alaska), Canada, Russia, Greenland, and Norway. Luckily for penguins, polar bears do not live in Antarctica.

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