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A Day in History: The First Expedition to the North

The mysterious and hardly known North Pole or Northern Hemisphere is always a big marvel to humans. Reaching the North Pole was like an unachievable goal for many adventurers. John Cabot, Henry Hudson, James Cook, and many other famous arctic explorers searched for this barren and rigid icy region. And almost each of them wasn’t…

Jun 04, 2020

Nature
Wildlife of the North: Polar Bears

It might seem that the Arctic is the place devoid of any living creatures. But it’s more than meets the eye. In reality, Arctic wildlife is diverse and remarkable. There is the whale that lives in the freezing-cold waters, the white wolf trotting with its way on the thick ice with its pack, and the…

Jun 04, 2020

Journey
Five Reasons You Need to Embark on an Expedition

Hundreds of years ago, people embarked on expeditions. Some of them were driven by the sheer feeling of adventure. They wanted to discover new lands, face the perils of harsh weather, and withstand the rigors of the unknown. Others saw it as a way of pure survival. Crew members needed to earn some money to…

Jun 04, 2020

Journey
5 Catchy Photos of the Arctic Nature You Can Take During Your Expedition

Experiencing the northern polar area can’t be so memorable without admiring the charming and mesmerizing Arctic nature during your expedition. Magnificent views of icy shorelines, endangered wildlife, and eye-catching Northern Lights – all that looks impressive, right?  Why don’t you take your favourite camera and capture photos of these unbelievably beautiful Arctic miracles?  So, read…

Jun 04, 2020

Nature
The Five Wonders of the Arctic That You Definitely Need to See

The Arctic is one of the least visited places on Earth. Hardly have you found a person from your inner circle who can boast of such an experience. Nevertheless, there are some cities and towns that lie within the Arctic Circle and their citizens can observe the nature of the permafrost all year round. But…

Jun 04, 2020

Journey
Bora Bora, Bali, and Three More Tropical Places You Need to See

There’s a place for everyone. Some might prefer spending their time roaming through the ice that stretches for miles and miles. They are not afraid of bitter cold and are willing to expose themselves to rough weather. Some like it hot — their perfect holiday destination is tropical islands somewhere in the middle of a…

May 21, 2020

Nature
Wildlife of the North: The Arctic Fox

White fur, white snow. She gently trot’s through the wilderness. You can hardly see her — she has cleverly merged with the background. The black beady eyes and nose are the only things that give her away. She can smell you, but she doesn’t care. She’s hunting. She’s moving lightly along snowdrifts. Then she suddenly…

May 21, 2020

Nature
Whale Watching: Observing the Living Wonder

There’s so much about them. Their lives are a total mystery that many marine scientists have been struggling to uncover for so long. And still, we don’t even know the half about them. What do they sing and why do they do that? How long do they live? And what makes them leave the waters…

May 21, 2020