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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.
Welcome to the North Pole video series designed to help you experience unforgettable polar moments! In Part 4, you will learn the answers to frequently asked questions about the North Pole voyage. L
Welcome to the North Pole video series designed to help you experience unforgettable polar moments! In Part 3, we will review the voyage itinerary. Learn more about our North Pole expeditions ⇨ https
Welcome to the North Pole video series designed to help you experience unforgettable polar moments! In Part 2, you will learn: what you can see and do, and when to go. Learn more about our North Pole
Welcome to the North Pole video series designed to help you experience unforgettable polar moments! In Part 1, you will learn: what types of travelers enjoy the North Pole the most, where is the North
Visit the North Pole for the ultimate travel achievement: to stand at the top of the world, at 90 degrees North. Discover unique arctic wildlife, explore fascinating history and experience the thrill.
Discover the Russian Arctic National Park which protects the beauty of Franz Josef Land and the wildlife who live there: polar bears, whales, walrus, and seals. Hover your mouse over the video to cli
Stand at the top of the Earth, where everywhere you look is south. Crush through multiyear ice on 50 Years of Victory, one of the most powerful nuclear icebreakers in the world. Sightsee by helicopter
Marvel at bird colonies of the Russian High Arctic on Champ Island, Franz Josef Land with Ornithologist Fabrice. If you’re not one already, you might be a budding birder after watching this video. Ho
Join us on a North Pole Expedition in 360° VR! Go hiking on Champ Island, one of the 191 islands in the Franz Josef Land archipelago, known for its natural stone spheres of up to several meters in siz
Discover nature’s geological art formations on Champ Island, one of the 191 islands in the Franz Josef Land archipelago, known for its natural stone spheres of up to several meters in size. Hover you
Go on an expedition to observe the world’s wildest polar bears in their natural habitat, Franz Josef Land and the Arctic sea ice. Learn more about these curious creatures that have no fear of massive
What does it take to be one of the world’s most powerful icebreakers? 50 Years of Victory is capable of 74,000 horsepower and can break through ice up to 2.5 meters (9.2 feet) thick! Hover your mous
Explore the North Pole on foot! Hike at Tikhaya Bay, Champ Island, and Cape Tegetthoff in Franz Josef Land, then stand at 90° North—the very top of the world. Hover your mouse over the video to clic
What’s it like to be at the top of the world in a helicopter? Get a whole new perspective of 90° North from high above! See the pristine landscapes of Franz Josef Land and watch the nuclear icebreaker
Join the celebration at the top of the world – where everywhere you look is south! Toast with your fellow passengers, go on an ice walk, have a delicious hot meal on the ice, and if you’re brave, do t
Hop in a Zodiac and cruise around Franz Josef Land, a remote Russian archipelago to explore bird colonies in massive cliffs overhead. Cruise to shore landings to visit early exploration historical sit
What’s a day like onboard one of the largest, most-powerful nuclear icebreakers? Enjoy your time on board 50 Years of Victory, chat over cocktails at the bar, swim laps in the pool, or check out the g
Curious what it’s like to go to the North Pole? Crush through multi-year arctic ice, sight see by helicopter, lookout for walruses, seals, whales, and polar bears, explore Franz Josef Land by foot and
Experiencing the iconic North Pole, with all of the wildlife and rugged wilderness that it entails, is something few will ever enjoy. Crush through multi-year ice on the Arctic Ocean on 50 Years of Vi