Polar Regions.

If you can brave some of the harshest conditions on Earth then you will be rewarded with some of the most unique experiences. While the Polar Regions are not for the meek, it certainly is for the avid explorer – looking to discover historic and natural treasures. But there’s more than just exploration, there’s an abundance of serenity too. This is truly a “get away from it all” destination.

If you can brave some of the harshest conditions on Earth then you will be rewarded with some of the most unique experiences.

Top Places to Visit.

The Polar Regions may not be in vogue, but for those seeking an alternative adventure it certainly is a popular destination. While you’ll get your fair share of sightseeing and a dollop of history, you’ll also get a whole lot of tranquility.

Photo 1 of 3: Northwest Passage – from Greenland to Kap York

It’s an explorer’s paradise and has been forever. But it is not a paradise that you may be accustomed to. It’s wild, remote, rugged and quaint. But what it lacks in luxury it certainly makes up in beauty. From fjords to villages, polar bears to whales – the natural attractions will delight you as will the inhabitants.

Photo 2 of 3: Stanley Harbour, East Falklands

There are many stories to be discovered here, but you have to go to great depths to unearth them – as they lay on the bottom of the ocean. Stanley Harbour has had its fair share of shipwrecks over the years and only the remains of three can still be viewed.

Photo 3 of 3: Dogsledding, Lapland, Scandinavia

They’re born to run, born to be wild and born to be free. You on the other hand were born to explore. Let’s bring you all together so that your dog sledding adventure can begin. If you’ve never experienced this before you’re in for the ride of your life.

Be Inspired.

It’s easy to warm up to the Polar Regions as there is so much to experience and explore. The setting is unique, the mood tranquil and the beauty infinite. While they may be far away, they’re certainly closer to what you want in an adventure.

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