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Antarctic Fly Cruise in 60 Seconds
Short on time, big on adventure? A short three-hour flight is all it takes to travel between Punta Arenas, Chile and King George Island in Antarctica. Skipping all the extra days at sea, you’ll enjoy
Top 5 Reasons to Fly Across the Drake Passage on your Antarctic Expedition
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The Antarctic: Sound of Silence
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of modern life, and listen to the calming sounds of Antarctica. Find your unforgettable Antarctic moment: http://bit.ly/2CcOQR0
First Antarctic Continental Sighting
Find out what it’s like to lay your eyes on Antarctica—the 7th continent—for the very first time. Find your unforgettable Antarctic moment: http://bit.ly/2CcOQR0
First Landing on the 7th Continent
Nate and Ashley from the U.S. share their experience of being on the Antarctic continent for the first time. Find your unforgettable Antarctic moment: http://bit.ly/2CcOQR0
Highlights of an Antarctic Expedition
Discover the sights and sounds of Antarctica: go on a Zodiac and step on the 7th continent! Find your unforgettable Antarctic moment: http://bit.ly/2CcOQR0
Can I Travel to Antarctica?
Yes, you can go to Antarctica. Despite its remoteness, Antarctica is very accessible to adventurous travelers from all over the world during its spring and summer seasons.
Safari Guide to Polar Guide: My Training at Quark Academy
A recent Quark Academy trainee shares her personal experience about this industry-leading polar guide training program.
Season Highlights from Antarctica: Powerful Experiences in a Powerful Place
A review of our favorite moments from this past Antarctic season.
Quark Expeditions partners with Penguin Watch
Penguin Watch, a project run by Dr. Tom Hart, researches the threats to Antarctic penguins by conducting long-term monitoring of penguin populations. Quark Expeditions supports Penguin Watch by transp
Quark Expeditions Returns Scientists to Nearly Inaccessible Danger Islands to Gather Research about Adélie Penguin “Supercolony”
Quark Expeditions provided the transportation and logistical support in February 2018 for scientists to make their first return trip to study the Danger Islands penguin “supercolony”.
Antarctica Destination Guide
Celebrate the Life & Legacy of Antarctic Explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton
Join us in celebrating the life and legacy of Sir Ernest Shackleton, leader of the Endurance expedition to Antarctica and one of the greats from the Heroic Age of Exploration.
Celebrating the Holiday Season in Antarctica: Our Festive Expedition Story
Looking for a different type of holiday experience? These four friends spent Christmas in Antarctica and shared their holiday expedition story.
Artist Lisa Goren Revisits Antarctica with Every Stroke of Her Brush
American artist Lisa Goren relives her travels to the polar regions in each of her visually stunning iceberg watercolours on canvas.
Our Ocean Adventurer Visits the World’s Largest Black Browed Albatross Colony at Steeple Jason
Expedition team members share their story of a remarkable ‘Ocean Adventurer’ shore landing at seldom-visited Steeple Jason in the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), home of the world’s largest black b
Joining the 7th Continent Club: Our Antarctic Adventure
Harry and Audrey, better known as The Budget Savvy Travelers, share their 7th continent story and video from their recent Antarctic adventure.
Happy #AntarcticaDay ??! On December 1st in 1959, The Antarctic Treaty was signed by 12 countries, setting aside nearly 10% of the Earth "forever to be used exclusively for peaceful purposes... in the