‘Tis the season to talk about some REAL cold animals.
Let us go on a snowy journey into the arctic tundra, and meet a new cast of chilly little creatures.
Nunavut’s Button Islands, perched near an upwelling of nutrient-rich water, are the Arctic equivalent of an African watering hole.
Nunavut makes up nearly a quarter of Canada’s landmass but is home to only 1% of the country’s entire population, so if you’re looking to reconnect with the land in a remote wilderness, this is the place to be.
Experience the unique flora and fauna of the Arctic by putting it in your mouth.
From whale meat and blubber to seal, muskox, and eider duck, sifting through traditional Greenlandic cuisine might feel like running down an endangered species list and is no doubt a challenge for vegans.
The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland’s top tourist attractions, and this fall it’s getting a huge boost in traffic with the opening of the Moss Hotel on-site.
An inauspicious Earth Day event brings tourists to town.
Up in the Arctic circle, an indigenous people live in harmony with nature.