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The Greatest Polar Explorers in History or Who Reached the Poles First

Probably there is no place left on the blue planet that we haven’t visited or discovered: we’ve looked into its every nook and cranny, and have explored even the deepest parts of it like the Mariana Trench. So, it’s indeed hard to believe that some dozens of years ago only two places were not conquered:…

Sep 10, 2020

Science
Look Inside an Antarctic “City” of Penguins

Explore a Real Jewel of the Southern Antarctic Realm Every avid explorer dreams about seeing penguins in Antarctica. There is an awe-inspiring place where you can see thousands of them. Its name is South Georgia, a remote island, located near the Antarctic peninsula. Innumerable types of penguins live on this frozen land. From gentoos to…

Sep 10, 2020

Science
Arctic Marine Life: Diversity You’ve Never Seen

The Arctic Ocean hides incredible miracles inside. Covered by thick ice shields, even the sunlight can’t reach there. But if you’re brave enough to dive in the most profound shelf of the Arctic Ocean, your courage will be rewarded. And once you’ve got there, you’ll be amazed by its wonderful marine creatures.  Picture yourself marveling…

Sep 10, 2020

Science
Unbelievable Stories of Modern-Day Expeditions – Lessons Learned

A notable French writer, Albert Camus, once said, ‘Life is the sum of all your choices.’ And we entirely agree with this statement. Even a choice of discovering unknown territories like the Arctic, the Antarctic, and the Amazon may enrich your soul with memorable experiences and bold adventures. Sir John Franklin, Captain Robert Scott, Ernest…

Sep 10, 2020

Science
Global Warming and the Arctic: Are All the Concerns Justified?

2100 is on the rise, and you’re sitting in your smart house. The newly released version of Alexa prepares dinner, and you make yourself comfortable on the sofa. You turn on your TV set to watch a favorite traveling program on The National Geographic. And all of a sudden, the TV show is interrupted by…

Sep 10, 2020

Journey
What’s the Arctic Circle and Why is it an Amazing Place?

From time immemorial, people were fascinated with the lands caked with thick ice. They’ve tried to reach them even before the Common Era. The Old Continent used to send men on multiple expeditions to uncover all the secrets the permafrost had. But due to perilous oceans, changeable weather conditions, and fickle wild nature, they mostly…

Jul 16, 2020

Journey
10 Best Places in Reykjavík: Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to See

There is no right time to visit Reykjavík. Every season is gorgeous there. In winter, you can marvel at spectacular northern lights and gaze at snowy slopes. When summer comes to Iceland, it opens unlimited opportunities for travelers to explore its astonishing nature. The Golden Circle, the south coast, and other eye-catching places can be…

Jul 15, 2020

Journey
From South to North or a Journey From Reykjavik to Akureyri

Iceland is a county of breathtaking views and marvelous nature. When you visit it, you hardly know where to start — from south to east, or from west to north. But we’d love to show you one way that will definitely fascinate you. Start with the bustling Reykjavik and move forward towards historical harbors. Set…

Jul 13, 2020

Nature
Cuties or Naughty Hooligans? All the Facts About Rainforest Monkeys

Once you’ve embarked on your tropical adventure, you’ll see some amazing creatures swinging through the trees, their screeches reverberating through the forest. What are they? you may wonder. The answer: rainforest monkeys.  Believe us or not, but we think it’s well worth crossing halfway around the world to see monkeys in the wild. Some people…

Jun 30, 2020

Nature
Five Natural Wonders of the Amazon Rainforest

These amazing, huge expanses of tropical forest have always captivated the minds of people. The Amazon Rainforest has often been considered a place of considerable danger where no one ever should set foot. Nonetheless, it’s been home to many indigenous tribes who, despite visible perils, have found great peace within its impenetrable forests. But there…

Jun 30, 2020