Let Us Lead You on an Expedition of a Lifetime

As the Leader in Polar Adventures, we explore the Polar Regions differently from everyone else. When you travel with Quark Expeditions, you’re exploring alongside the most experienced polar experts on Earth, setting foot where few ever will, and doing what few ever dream. Do you want to explore off the beaten path? We can take you to where there are no paths at all. Will you be content to just cruise? Or would you prefer to cruise 1,000 feet over the untouched polar wilderness in a twin-engine helicopter? With Quark Expeditions you won’t just be on vacation—you’ll be on the expedition of a lifetime.

Contact an agent to help plan your vacation

Adrienne Strowbridge
Travel Agent, Branch Manager
astrowbridge@maritimetravel.ca (902) 543-2481
Denette Meisner
Travel Agent
dmeisner@maritimetravel.ca (902) 543-2481
Ashley Sheppard
Travel Agent, Branch Partner
asheppard@maritimetravel.ca (902) 543-2481

The Best Team

When you venture into the untouched wilds of the Arctic and Antarctic, you need a great team around you. And we have the greatest. You’ll join elite guides trained at Quark Academy—which surpasses every standard imaginable for safety and preparedness in the Polar Regions—and interact directly with world-class polar experts. Our philosophy? The team that explores together, discovers more together.

Our Expedition History

Lars Wikander and Mike McDowell, the cofounders of Quark Expeditions, took the first group of commercial travelers to the North Pole In 1991. That inaugural, game-changing expedition—the first-ever tourism transit of the Northeast Passage—set Quark Expeditions on a course that would put us at the forefront of polar exploration.

Our Polar Promise

Quark Expeditions is profoundly committed to environmentally responsible tourism. Protecting the places we visit is necessary to ensure we can continue to introduce travelers to the spectacular beauty of the polar wilderness.

Destinations

Antarctic
Antarctic Peninsula

CRUISES

Highlights of Epic Antarctica
December 16, 2024 – January 7, 2025

23 days, 24 nights