14 Jun 2019 | Inuit Culture/Art

Kataqjjaq Throat Singing

Throat singing, known to the Inuit as katajjaq, is almost as old as the first igloo and considered one of the world’s oldest forms of music. A guttural style of singing or chanting that produces multiple notes simultaneously through specialized vocalization techniques that come from the reverberation in the throat. This technique of short, sharp, […]

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31 May 2019 | floe edge

5 Top Floe Edge Blogs

Are you interested in a whale and polar bear tour at the Arctic floe edge but still have some questions? Are you still curious what the experience would be like or what you’ll find on a floe edge safari? Join us as we explore our 5 Top Floe Edge Blogs that highlight and preview the […]

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24 May 2019 | Arctic Travel Tips

The Arctic Circle & North Pole: What Defines Them

The Arctic Circle & North Pole

Are you wondering where or what the Arctic Circle is and what it would be like to travel there? Intrigued by the North Pole? Did you know the North Pole is warmer than the South Pole? Often people think of the Arctic Circle as being far or just wouldn’t think of it as a travel […]

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