If you are going to kayak anywhere in the world, I would put kayaking in Greenland at the top of your list. Kayaking holds a strong tradition in Greenland. It was invented by the Inuit of the Arctic for travel and hunting. Kayaking in Greenland, the Greatest Arctic Adventure in Photos Today locals still hunt for their food by Kayak…. Read More
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The expedition season is fast approaching and many people are wondering, do I go to the North of the planet in the Arcticor should I wait to go South to Antarctica? We’ve had the privilege of traveling to both poles and found both to be amazing adventures. Arctic or Antarctica? How to Choose your Polar Expedition We’ve taken away memories… Read More
Greenland is a destination that few in this world have the privilege to visit. It’s a faraway land that is scarcely travelled and little is known of the people who live there. Greenland is the world’s largest island but its population is less than 60,000 people. With 80% of the country covered in ice, Greenland is second only to Antarctica… Read More
After visiting Greenland last winter, we knew that we wanted to see more of the Arctic. It was one of the best travel expeirence we’ve ever had with a mixture of culture, wildlife, striking scenery and a lot of adventure. Think you don’t know anything about the Arctic? We’re here to help. We were excited to share our experience with… Read More
The Arctic has astounding ice. So we thought we should share these stunning photos of Arctic Ice. Arctic Ice We thought the ice in Antarctica was astounding, but then we visited the Arctic. We didn’t quite know what to expect when heading to Greenland, but when we saw uncharted bays and giant Fjords filled with massive icebergs, we were astonished… Read More
One of the unique things about travel to Greenland is the opportunity to meet the locals and learn about the culture. The Inuit culture is fascinating and very few people really know much about it. We didn’t know a lot ourselves before visiting this polar country, and have now come away with a better understanding and respect for the people… Read More