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  • Modern-day polar adventurers draw inspiration from generations of Antarctic explorers

    Modern-day polar adventurers draw inspiration from generations of Antarctic explorers

    Generations of polar adventurers have relied on the expertise and achievements of earlier explorers. Likewise, Quark Expeditions today draws on three decades of polar exploration to guide them.

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  • A message from Andrew White, President of Quark Expeditions

    A message from Andrew White, President of Quark Expeditions

    We’ve introduced a Book With Confidence policy so we can offer you flexible rebooking and risk-free cancelation options.

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  • Chasing Shackleton, Chasing Polar Dreams

    Chasing Shackleton, Chasing Polar Dreams

    In 2013, modern-day explorer Tim Jarvis re-enacted Sir Ernest Shackleton's 1916 small-boat voyage from Elephant Island to South Georgia —a heroic feat in polar history.

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  • Living the Polar Promise: Embracing Sustainable Travel

    Living the Polar Promise: Embracing Sustainable Travel

    At Quark Expeditions, sustainability is more than a goodwill gesture. Our Polar Promise is a holistic strategy of concrete, measurable practices that we embrace on every polar voyage we take.

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  • 5 Things You Didn't Know About Polar Bears

    5 Things You Didn't Know About Polar Bears

    Guest post by Thea Bechshoft, staff scientist at Polar Bears International

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  • Why I Love Traveling to the Falkland Islands as a Landscape and Wildlife Photographer

    Why I Love Traveling to the Falkland Islands as a Landscape and Wildlife Photographer

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  • Why the Falkland Islands are a Birder’s Paradise

    Why the Falkland Islands are a Birder’s Paradise

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  • South Georgia, the Galapagos of the Southern Ocean

    South Georgia, the Galapagos of the Southern Ocean

    The remote subantarctic island of South Georgia is one of the most biodiverse ecosystems on Earth.

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  • Top Reasons You’ll Love Traveling on Ocean Adventurer

    Top Reasons You’ll Love Traveling on Ocean Adventurer

    Find out what makes this ship so special that even the Expedition Team insist it’s their favourite polar ship.

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  • Top 5 Reasons to Fly Across the Drake Passage on your Antarctic Expedition

    Top 5 Reasons to Fly Across the Drake Passage on your Antarctic Expedition

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  • A Dream Becoming a Reality

    A Dream Becoming a Reality

    Last week, at Brodosplit in Croatia, we held the keel-laying ceremony, marking the next chapter in Ultramarine’s construction: the build of its hull and superstructure.

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  • An Unscripted Arctic Safari: Candid Encounters With Iconic Wildlife

    An Unscripted Arctic Safari: Candid Encounters With Iconic Wildlife

    On an expedition through the Arctic, you never know what may roam around a bend, over a rise, or float on an iceberg. Our arctic safaris reward travelers with a very different “Big 5.”

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  • The Dream of Exploration

    The Dream of Exploration

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  • Going Where No One Has Gone Before

    Going Where No One Has Gone Before

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  • Building Meaningful Connections: Polar Expeditions Go Beyond Travel Memories

    Building Meaningful Connections: Polar Expeditions Go Beyond Travel Memories

    Meeting like-minded people from diverse backgrounds and different life stages is an often overlooked benefit of expedition travel.

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  • Arctic Exploration and Coming Face to Face With Icons

    Arctic Exploration and Coming Face to Face With Icons

    For travelers exploring the Arctic, spotting a polar bear in its natural environment is the ultimate experience and one they never forget.

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  • Arctic Communities: Understanding Their Connection to The Remote North

    Arctic Communities: Understanding Their Connection to The Remote North

    The Arctic has been inhabited by humans for thousands of years, giving rise to incredible cultures and fostering a deep connection between it’s people and the environment.

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  • Women Breaking Boundaries – and Achieving Balance – in the Polar Regions

    Women Breaking Boundaries – and Achieving Balance – in the Polar Regions

    Just a century ago, it was unthinkable that a woman might set foot on Antarctica. Today we celebrate the trailblazing women who paved the way for generations of female polar explorers.

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  • Five Ways You’ll Find Love in the Arctic

    Five Ways You’ll Find Love in the Arctic

    It’s impossible not to have a heartfelt response when you’re at the top of the world. Here are 5 ways you’ll find the love you’re looking for in the Arctic.

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  • North Pole Dreaming: Journey to the Top of the World

    North Pole Dreaming: Journey to the Top of the World

    Standing at the North Pole is a dream only a handful of travelers fulfill. Quark Expeditions has been bringing world-travelers to the North Pole for nearly 30 years – longer than anybody else.

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