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Learn about 5 abandoned military bases and research stations in the Antarctic.
A group of scientists returns to the almost inaccessible Danger Island to study the large Adélie penguin populaton.
Many countries support scientific research projects in Antarctica, ranging from biology and glaciology to oceanography and astronomy. These scientific studies explore such question as: How fast are th
Antarctica: the great white continent and one of the last true wilderness areas on earth – largely unchanged since the early explorers. It’s home to the world’s greatest concentration of wildlife, wh
Our writer addresses every question you’ve ever wanted to ask about traveling to the Arctic.
Expedition guide Daven Hafey unpacks the mystery of traveling to Antarctica.
What compels travelers to journey to Antarctica, one of the last true wilderness areas on Earth?
Do you want to head to the northern Polar Region to see polar bears and reindeer and visit Indigenous communities—or do you have a yearning to see thousands of penguins or perhaps venture beyond the A
Learn about the ill-fated expedition that’s been called the greatest disaster in the history of polar exploration.
The 2016 discovery of the long-lost HMS Terror, sister ship of Franklin’s HMS Erebus, raised many questions about epic Arctic tragedy.
Seasoned polar guide Phil Wickens sheds light on our collective obsession with the Northwest Passage.
Please excuse the technical difficulties throughout the presentation. Presenter and expedition guide Phil Wickens chronicles the fascinating story of Sir John Franklin, the polar explorer who met his
Passengers on a Quark Expedition voyage got an in-depth history lesson from Jonathan Shackleton, a first cousin of the famous polar explorer.
Inspirational reading for polar travelers
It's been 100 years since his cousin Sir Ernest Shackleton’s legendary voyage on The Endurance, in which he and his crew had hoped to be the first explorers to traverse the seventh continent. Much has