11 Dec 2018 | Arctic Travel Tips

Northern Constellations: Star Gazing in the Arctic

The northern sky is home to some remarkable stars and constellations. The Big and Little Dippers can be seen almost anywhere in the northern hemisphere each night. Polaris, the North Star, lies right above the Arctic pole with all the night sky revolving around it.  A lack of light pollution means everything shines with an incredible brilliance up there. But these stars are more […]

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23 Nov 2018 | Arctic Travel Tips

Polar Destinations: Arctic vs. Antarctica

Arctic vs. Antarctica: Picking a Polar Destination | Arctic Kingdom

What is the difference between the Arctic vs Antarctica? Both polar destinations can be extreme but spectacular for travellers seeking a unique trip. Both the Arctic and the Antarctic are vast and remote, considered the last untamed wildernesses in the world. When choosing polar destinations, Antarctica is often top of mind for many people but the Arctic offers distinct and incredible travel experiences.   The distance between the two polar regions is 20,117 […]

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23 Nov 2018 | Arctic Travel Tips

6 Reasons Canada’s Arctic is the Ultimate Polar Destination 

6 Facts About the Canadian Arctic: Top Polar Destination | Arctic Kingdom

With some remarkable claims to fame, the Canadian Arctic is arguably the best part of the Arctic. It is home to some of the largest populations of unique Arctic wildlife and unbelievable landscapes with some of the most iconic mountains in the north.   Here are some of the things that makes the Canadian Arctic exceptional:    Arctic Wildlife The wildlife of […]

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