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From a visit to Thingvellir National Park and the Blue Lagoon, watching an Emperor penguin colony on Snow Hill Island, to whale-watching along icy snow-covered shores.

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, they are certainly for the avid explorer. 

Must-see sights.

For those seeking an alternative adventure, the polar regions are certainly a popular destination. While you will get your fair share of sightseeing and a dollop of history, you will also get a whole lot of tranquility.

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Northwest Passage.

From Greenland to Kap York
Wild, remote, rugged and quaint, the Northwest Passage is an explorer’s paradise. For its lack in luxury, it certainly makes up in its abundance of beauty. From fjords to villages, polar bears to whales – the natural attractions will delight you as will the inhabitants.

Stanley Harbour.

East Falklands
There are many stories to be discovered here, but you must go to great depths to unearth them. Stanley Harbour has had its fair share of shipwrecks over the years and only the remains of three can still be viewed.


Lapland, Scandinavia
They are born to run, born to be wild and born to be free. Let the dog sledding adventures begin! If you have never experienced dogsledding before, you are definitely in for the ride of your life.

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