Monday, 25 November 2013

Quark Expeditions Fulfills Travellers’ Polar Needs


Plunge into a virtual Arctic or Antarctica Expedition
Quark Expeditions, has launched the expedition cruise industry’s most immersive and comprehensive new website promoting expedition travel in the Arctic and Antarctica. www.quarkexpeditions.com
Quark Expeditions will not only provide global travellers with essential information on every aspect of planning travel to these emerging destinations, it will also be the only website in Polar expedition cruising to provide the best user experience across multiple devices, from mobile phones to tablets and desktops.
Far more than an online booking tool, visitors to the site will be captivated with all aspects of a Polar expedition and will be inspired by immersive, high-resolution images, most of which have been submitted by Quark passengers from their own voyages. Also available are videos which take users through a typical day in the life of an Arctic or Antarctic voyage, as well as how to pack for the Polar Regions. All content will be available for social sharing.
“Whether you’re a first-time explorer or a seasoned wayfarer, our new site acts as a virtual Polar Travel Adviser, providing essential information on the regions themselves, as well the incredible wildlife to be seen, landing sites, history and the various activities offered,” stated Hans Lagerweij, president of Quark Expeditions. “Because of the use of magnificent photography and inspiring videos, this Polar website truly brings the expedition to life.”

Be inspired to walk amongst giant penguin colonies, explore stretches of the Antarctic Peninsula by kayak, or view an incredible display of the northern lights from the ship’s deck, there’s a voyage available to explore in more detail at the new www.QuarkExpeditions.com site


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