AN EXPERIENCE LIKE NO OTHER

There is a land where few people live…and fewer have ever seen or visited.
The Canadian Arctic. Breathtaking landscapes take you on a journey through the world’s most unique and biodiverse ecosystems featuring awe-inspiring wildlife that will leave more than a stamp on your passport….you will be left with an impression on your soul.

EXPERIENCE THE ARCTIC
TAILOR-MADE JUST FOR YOU

Arctic Kingdom has been crafting incomparable custom-tailored journeys to the Arctic regions, with careful attention to the smallest details for over 20 years.

Meticulously planned and seamlessly operated, discerning travelers can expect unique experiences unlike any other in the world, like walking on a grounded iceberg surrounded by a floating sea of ice.

IMAGINE THE UNIMAGINABLE…
AND WE’LL MAKE IT REALITY

Dream big and we will bring it to life. From floating between icebergs in a hot air balloon or relishing a champagne toast at the North Pole, Arctic Kingdom has the knowledge, the equipment, and the staff to help make your Arctic dreams come true.

YOUR JOURNEY BEGINS IN IQALUIT
  • Fly 1500 miles North to Nunavut’s capital (YFB)
  • Tour Iqaluit and stretch your legs.
  • Optional flying trips around South Baffin with an overnight in Iqaluit.
  • Continue north by Twin Otter plane to enjoy flight-seeing up the Baffin Coast

EXPERIENCES ALONG THE WAY

FLIGHT SEEING EXPERIENCES ALONG THE JOURNEY NORTH!
THE ARCTIC CORDILLERA

The Arctic Cordillera is one of Canada’s two major mountain systems and holds some of the world’s highest peaks and oldest ice caps, earning its place among the world’s most iconic mountain ranges.
Completely unknown compared to the Rockies, Alps, and Himalayas, but accessible as part of the journey up and back and as day-trips from Iqaluit and base camp.

A SUB-ARCTIC AMAZING JOURNEY

Nunavik – Arctic Quebec

  • Pingaluit Crater Lake
  • Muskox of Diana Island
  • Petroglyphs of Qajartalik
  • Mussel harvesting under the sea ice
  • Nastapoka & Barnoin Falls

Torngat National Park – Labrador

  • Saglek & Nachvak Fiords
  • Mt. Caubvick

SOUTH BAFFIN – AN AMAZING FLIGHT-SEEING JOURNEY

Grinnel Glacier

  • Hall Peninsula Ice Field

Auyuittuq National Park

  • Mt Asgard & Thor Peak
  • Akshayuk Pass
  • Penny Ice Cap
  • Coronation Fiord

NORTH BAFFIN – AN AMAZING FLIGHT SEEING JOURNEY NORTH

Barnes Ice Cap

Cliffs of Clyde River

  • Polar Sun Spire
  • Sam Ford Fiord

Sirmilik National Park

  • Place of Glacie
  • Hoodoos

THE FLOE EDGE

WHERE THE SEA ICE ENDS & THE OCEAN BEGINS
AN ECOLOGIAL PHENOMENOM

Over the past 20 years, Arctic Kingdom has brought visitors and the world’s top natural history film crews to experience the best of the arctic, during arctic spring, to view polar bears, narwhal and icebergs  all under the Midnight Sun. We craft expeditions to the northernmost reaches of Baffin Island where the sea ice meets the open water, and marine mammals and other wildlife congregate at the floe edge – also known as the “line of life”.

Dramatic landscapes and icebergs of Sirmilik National Park, place of Glaciers, combined with rare and legendary wildlife. Revel in the stunning landscapes of towering granite cliffs, glaciers and icebergs at our Safari Camp with stunning views of Bylot or Devon Island and the world-renowned floe edges of Eclipse Sound, Navy Board and Admiralty Inlet.

Guided by Inuit and travelling in small groups, journey to the floe edge to see narwhal, a huge variety of seabirds, polar bears, seals as well as possibly beluga and bowhead whales, seals and the occasional walrus.

We are FLOE EDGE Experts

WILDLIFE
The floe edge offers the potential to see an abundance of arctic wildlife, all celebrating the arrival of spring.

The best of warming summer temperatures, framed against a snowy and wintery back-drop.

  • Narwhal – Legendary unicorn of the sea
  • Polar Bear – Iconic King of the Arctic
  • Walrus – Tooth Walker
  • Beluga – The White Canary of the Sea
  • Bowhead – The oldest mammal and the largest mouth in the world

LEARNING ABOUT ARCTIC ICE

ICE EVOLUTION

FLOE EDGE SEASONS & ICE PROGRESSIONS

First Cracks: Mid to Late-May

At the northern reaches of Baffin Bay, this early-spring season sees vast expanses of land-fast ice.
At this time of year, travellers are welcomed by a spectacular frozen environment of glistening sea ice, soaring icebergs and snow-capped mountains.

Early to Accelerating Breakup: Late-May through Late-June

The ice will break up increasingly throughout June, in varying degrees each year. Typically, from the last week of May to the first week of June, this area experiences Early Breakup conditions. At this time, you can expect mostly solid ice with an open floe edge and great underwater visibility. Mid to late-June, normally the second and third week, sees Accelerating Breakup conditions. As the floe edge recedes, it becomes more accessible for travellers. Travel to the floe edge will still be via snowmobile and qamutik sled, however, travel time will be shorter. The floe edge is constantly evolving, it may change completely from day to day.

Rapid Breakup: Late-June through Early-July

This late-spring, early-summer season can experience rapid ice break up. Ice floes begin to move freely with tides and wind, the state of the ice is changing daily. This makes the floe edge less accessible by snowmobile, and travel by air ideal. The use of a helicopter will allow access to different areas of Lancaster Sound, and travellers can take advantage of enhanced aerial wildlife scouting . Whales are no longer limited to congregating at the floe edge – they begin to move through and between ice floes.

DOUBLE BASE CAMPS – THE ULTIMATE ARCTIC APPROACH

Two base camps in neighboring regions are far enough apart to have different weather systems, but close enough to reach in under two hours of travel by air. Two base camps allow complete flexibility to choose where to go for the best weather system at the time and to benefit from ongoing simultaneous scouting  by our guides based at both locations. Different satellite camps around each base camp can further enhance the possibilities to truly see it all and do it all in comfort!

FLOE EDGE TRANSPORTATION

Snowmobiles pull long sleds that can easily cross cracks in the ice, float, ride over bumps with their length and carry up to 4 passengers on mounted suspension seats inside, with space inside to hold photography and film equipment. Admire the view and keep watch for polar bears, seals and whales.

CULINARY

Our floe edge camp chefs spare no expense in providing healthy, hot gourmet meals complete with desserts, hor d’oeuvres, coffees, teas and other beverages. Picnic lunches will be culinary event on the ice, or wherever our travels bring us. Our goal is to surprise and delight with amazing meals presented to you in epic locations.

ICE EVOLUTION PHASES & SEASONAL CONTINUUM
1

DEEP FREEZE

Winter, Land Fast Ice

  • All land-fastened ice, leads/cracks are frozen closed. Polynyas are open/steaming
  • Polar bear trips, snowmobiling. Bears cubs & and icebergs
  • Best time to make igloos or stay in an igloo vil
    lage!
2

FIRST CRACKS

Late Winter, Last Fast Ice

  • Narrow leads begin to form/open. Polynyas grow
  • Early spring. Polar bears and earliest whales.
  • Floe Edge likely not formed and largely frozen ocean
  • Helicopter access possible to search for dense pools of whales
3

EARLY BREAK-UP

Early Spring, Floe Edge

  • Land fastened ice, large ice floes form separated by leads, floe edge appears
  • Number of whales growing at floe edge and in leads, bears patrolling floe edge
  • Snowmobiling and some non-powered boating near floe edge
  • At end of this period, snow melts on surface and water accumulates on top of ice
  • Rivers begin to flow

 

 

 

4

ACCELERATING BREAK UP

Late Spring, Drift Ice

  • Ice floes begin to move freely with tides and winds and begin to break apart
  • Floe edge has largely disappeared. Whales moving through and between floes
  • Ice “pops” from shore & melted snow water drains through & ice is dry again
  • Ice floes begin to move freely with tides and winds and begin to break apart
  • Snowmobiling becomes tricky and likely need to boat between floes
  • Most adventurous/dangerous snowmobile conditions. Lightweight/nimble
  • End of snowmobiling season and/or beginning of helicopter-access only season
  • Rivers are flowing heavily and carrying ice chunks
5

DENSE PACK ICE

Early Summer

  • Most ice floes broken up into pack ice
  • Snowmobiling no longer possible. Limited boating in pack based on wind/tides
  • Bears out on the pack ice and whales progressing deeper into the inlets
  • Helicopter trips onto pack may find whales
  • Rivers are flowing heavily and are mostly ice-free
6

THINNING PACK ICE

Clearing Ice, Summer

  • Boating becomes easier
  • Whales begin to arrive in summer locations. Bears out on moving pack ice
  • River volumes are beginning to decline
  • Icebergs are free-floating and a few will have iceberg waterfalls

 

7

OPEN WATER

Late Summer

  • Unrestricted boating. Whales arrive in summer locations
  • Bears along shore, climbing cliffs for eggs and going inland
  • River volumes are dropping
  • Only time that cruise ships will travel to the arctic
8

FREEZE UP

Late Fall

  • Ocean steams, gels and begins to freeze before solidifying for winter
  • Polar bears congregate along the shoreline waiting for freeze up and eventually head out

 

CAMPS & ACCOMMODATIONS

Arctic Kingdom can configure and deploy camps wherever required and will advise on best locations to meet the trip goals and minimize travel times.

  • Base Camp – This is typically set up in one centrally convenient location. It could be set up at what is expected to be the primary location. Tents are spacious with raised cots/beds and are heated and are set up to include bathroom/shower, kitchen and dining tents. Base camps are expected to operate for weeks at a time with the goal of comfort and a refuge from bad weather.
  • Day Camp – Day camps can be set up while on-location for equipment, as well as eating and comfort.
  • Satellite Camps – Satellite camps are light-weight and more basic than a Base Camp and are set up for limited stays in a chosen location. Typically used for 1-3 nights at a time, these provide the option to overnight, but the flexibility to quickly re-deploy to other sites and may also double as scouting camps.

BASE CAMPS

 

Cultural Camp

Fly into Arctic Bay and travel out for 6+ hours by snowmobile pulling long passenger sleds  to a base camp on the sea ice. Daily sorties to the floe edge, bird cliffs and chance to meet Inuit families and hunting parties in the area allow you to experience the best of traditional culture thriving in modern times in some of the most prolific wildlife areas of the arctic.

Fly-In Camp

Using a long-range helicopter or bush plane on skis or tundra tires, fly into a remote camp that is inaccessible to the communities and so do not have indigenous hunting or any chance of seeing anyone else.

Extreme High Arctic

The extreme high arctic takes “fly-in” to the extreme! Traveling 3-4 times the distance brings us to areas where wildlife has never seen people or experienced hunters. Wolves walk right up to a visitor to investigate and wildlife will be unaffected by human presence. The most pristine untouched areas on the planet.

EXPEDITION YURT CAMPS

Arctic Kingdom’s Expedition Yurt Camps offer spacious sleeping accommodations, dining tent, lounge and restroom with shower.

GUEST SLEEPING QUARTERS

DINING

LOUNGE

RESTROOM

GETTING AROUND

TRANSPORTATION

A helicopter provides access to otherwise inaccessible sites and higher vantage points than a bush plane.  A plane on skis or tundra tires may provide additional support by carrying fuel, supplies & staff.

Helicopters fall  into four categories of size with increasing capacity & range:

  • Small – R44 / Jet Ranger 206B3– 3-4 passengers. Economical for long trips and short distances.
  • Medium – Astar 350B3 – 5/6 passengers. Single engine cannot travel across large bodies of open water.
  • Large – 212 – Double-engine helicopter can travel offshore and carry passengers with substantial equipment and fuel for significant range.
  • Extra Large – 214ST/S61 – Total flexibility to bring entire camp site, group and staff. All together Ultimate VVIP approach and perfect for heli-camping.
HELICOPTERS – 212 / 214ST

Both helicopters have double engines and can operate offshore over ocean.

Additional seats are used for the expedition team and more space allows more equipment to be carried, such as camp, activity & hospitality kits to remote areas. The 214ST can sling twice the weight and carry it much farther.

When considering range, the roundtrip distance, without refueling, is half the maximum range.

The 214ST is necessary to sling the Panorama Pod and/or the All-Terrain Amphibious Sherp.

Bell 212 Bell 214ST
Max Seating 14 passengers 18 passengers
Max Payload 4640 lbs 7895 lbs
Cruise Speed 204 km/h  – 126 m/h 240 km/h – 149 m/h
Max Range 407 km  – 252 mi 629 km – 597 mi

PREMIUM ACTIVITIES

EXPERIENCE ENHANCEMENTS

SATELLITE CAMPS & ADVENTURES

These experiences can be based in the general vicinity of one or more base camps or can be enjoyed along the journey north or back! Whether half an hour away or hours flying, we will plan the best possible spots to enjoy all the arctic has to offer!

  1. Kayak Camp (Whale Scout Camp)
  2. Ice Cap Camp (Dog Sledding)
  3. Igloo Village
  4. Ice Fishing Camp
  5. Iceberg Camp (Polar Bear Scout Camp)
  6. Dive Camp
  7. Floating Ice Pack Camp
  8. Hot Air Ballooning

KAYAK CAMP – WHALE SCOUT CAMP

Qajaq is an Inuit word and invention. There is nothing more special than quietly kayaking along the floe edge or amongst the pack ice to see narwhals, seals basking in the sun and the chance of spotting a polar bear.

Qajaq Satellite Camp is staffed with two expert kayak guides who also keep watch for whales, so we know when to come. Full-sized kayaks are available for immediate use upon arrival. The camp can be positioned in areas where large or rigid kayaks could not otherwise be brought on flying day-trips. The camp is mobile and can be moved to multiple locations over the course of a trip. A tender boat with electric engine is also at the camp for safety.

Kayaking is offered on all floe edge trips and light-weight small inflatable “pak boats” are provided for use with helicopters, to allow us to bring to wherever we may wish to paddle.

ICE CAP DOG SLEDDING CAMP

Inuit would move on the land by dog team and remains a vibrant and important part of northern culture. It is an amazing life experience to travel not only with a single dog team, but with several teams together. Dog teams carry 1-2 guests per dog team depending on the number of dogs on each team, speed, distance to cover and weight of the passengers. Dog sledding can be enjoyed on the sea ice and areas full of icebergs, along the floe edge as well as on an ice cap, such as the Devon Island ice cap.

Dog teams can be kept at the main base camp, but they tend to make noise which can be disruptive to sleep. As dogs don’t cover great distance, being based at the base camp limits the areas that can be enjoyed traveling by dog team.  A dog sledding camp can allow dog teams to move to many amazing areas that guests can visit to enjoy from half a day to the full day.

Overnight trip by dog team is a wonderful life experience. Perhaps even connecting or overnighting with an igloo village!

IGLOO VILLAGE

The Inuit invented the igloo, which is the traditional form of winter house. When built properly and heated up, the inside wall melts, refreezes, and creates a warm insulated interior. A large igloo is called an igluvut and is used for dining, as a lounge and to enjoy traditional performances such as drum dancing, throat singing and Inuit games.

Learn to build an igloo and then sleep in it, or leave that to the experts as you wrap yourself in warm furs and enjoy the midnight sun, aurora borealis or starry night sky from your home away from home!

Dog teams can be kept at the main base camp, but they tend to make noise which can be disruptive to sleep. As dogs don’t cover great distance, being based at the base camp limits the areas that can be enjoyed traveling by dog team.  A dog sledding camp can allow dog teams to move to many amazing areas that guests can visit to enjoy from half a day to the full day.

Overnight trip by dog team is a wonderful life experience. Perhaps even connecting or overnighting with an igloo village!

ICE FISHING SATELLITE CAMP

Arctic char is a very tasty fish which is a cousin of salmon. It is a staple of “country food” in the north and can be found in abundance in particular lakes.  Ice fishing can be done impromptu from a base camp, or a comfortable base camp can be set up and moved to different lakes and locations, including to fish for other types such as lake cod, arctic cod, turbot or even sculpin “ugly fish”.

Pre-drilling holes in the ice, verifying that the fishing is abundant, providing a warm refuge for guests and looking for polar bears and other special things to enjoy in the area are all provided by the two-person fishing camp guides. Learning to smoke char, make char sushi, dried char pipsi and perhaps even a traditional dog sled made of frozen char!

Enjoy your chef’s feast preparing the char and other fish your group caught themselves!

ICEBERG CAMP – POLAR BEAR SCOUT

An iceberg camp is located wherever the highest concentrations of icebergs are frozen into the sea ice, or near the most beautiful iceberg. A mountaineering expert plus 2 guides stay at the iceberg camp and scout for movements of polar bears to provide us notice when sighted from afar or fresh tracks are spotted.

Icebergs are some of the most spectacular backdrops for photography, we call them “Nature’s Cathedral” and can be spiritual in their enormity and beauty. Bears hunt seals circling the apron that forms around an iceberg, because freshwater icebergs and salt-water sea ice never freeze together, and so seals use iceberg aprons as breathing holes. Mothers with cubs also find protection from male bears and will also climb icebergs to rest and keep look out.

Unique iceberg accommodations such as hanging tents are possible to stay overnight, as well as to enjoy activities such as iceberg hikes up a gradual incline wearing crampons (spiked boots) and roped in for safety to enjoy the view from the top! Diving on an iceberg is also spectacular!

DIVE SATELLITE CAMP

Our dive camp allows for diving from inside a heated tent under the watchful eye of an ice diving instructor and dive master.

Diving on leads, wide cracks in the ice, at the floe edge, under jumbled rough ice, descending walls of ice and around icebergs are all life experiences very few have experienced. Bottom life near shore is vibrant with all the nutrients. With a little luck off the floe edge, you never know who may come to dance and mirror with you, sing at you with a canary of the sea, or perhaps do a fly by salute you as a pod of narwhals motor by.

The dive camp comes with compressors, tanks, weights and all safety equipment. A two-person expert dive team together with a polar bear sentry staff the dive camp. Our dive camp is mobile and is moved to different dive locations over the course of the trip. Special tools can make and expand entry holes when diving through the ice. We can offer oxygen generators and hyperbaric chamber staffed by hyperbaric physician.

Snorkeling for non-divers at the floe edge is also possible as is hookah long-line snorkeling to glimpse the amazing world below the sea ice. We also support freediving and rebreathers.

ICE FLOE FLOATING SATELLITE CAMP

When weather is very good and a trip includes one or more helicopters, we can set up a quick-strike camp on a large floating ice floe.  Drift with the ice to appreciate the speed ice travels along its journey, as well as a view into this unique ecosystem on and around the ice. From seals and birds to the possibility of polar bears and whales, arctic wildlife moves with the sea ice and is a life experience almost no one have lived.

HOT AIR BALLOONING

Ballooning is a unique way to soar above iceberg piques and enjoy majestic views of fiords, cliffs and sea ice. The heat from the propane balloon burners, keep occupant warm. With some luck, spot a polar bear below or any of the other Arctic wildlife!

If the wind is blowing in the right direction, longer distance transits of passageways or between islands or fiords is possible when a helicopter can provide the return.

Flying two or more balloons allows families to watch, wave and photographer each other for a private arctic balloon festival.

For a world-first adventure, a blimp takes the concept of ballooning to a whole new level!

PREMIUM SELF-DRIVE TRANSPORTATION

Electric snowmobiles have only just become available this year. We are proud to offer the opportunity to significantly improve the chances of wildlife encounters using “stealth” mode by eliminating the noise from gas engines.

Guests who would enjoy driving their own snow bike or driving an extreme tracked vehicle can chauffeur their group on top of the world!

POLAR PRESTIGE

Polar Prestige can add moments of true jaw-dropping, World First, potential. Whether adding all-terrain vehicles, submarine pods, or mobile luxury camps, Arctic Kingdom will handle all the logistics of making these opportunities a reality for your boldest of adventures.

  1. Transportation
  2. Lodging
  3. Delivery

POLAR PRESTIGE TRANSPORTATION

ALL-TERRAIN AMPHIBIOUS SHERP

The huge wheels of this ultimate off-road vehicle are built-in shock absorbers to cushion driving over rough terrain. The vehicle floats and can move through open water and areas of pack ice. It can pull itself up and out of the ocean over a 2–3-foot ice wall.

This is the only vehicle that can cross land, sea ice, pack ice and drive up the tongue of a glacier to the top of an ice cap! Can also be moved anywhere by helicopter sling.

POLAR PRESTIGE WATER TRANSPORTATION

JET-BOAT POD

The jet boat pod is fully enclosed for comfort while moving at speed. The boat is small and light enough to be carried by helicopter into open water and/or retrieved as well as to be moved into different areas of the arctic.

Submarine Pod

The sub is compact and light-weight with 2 seats that can be pulled behind an all-terrain rover on land or slung by helicopter. It can dive to 100m/300ft to peak under sea ice, pack ice and icebergs or to examine the thriving benthic life. With  some luck perhaps spot a passing pod of whales, walrus, seal or maybe even a polar bear!

Semi-Submersible

A two-seat boat and that can briefly dive for short periods just below the water surface before popping back up.

POLAR PRESTIGE LODGING - PANORAMA POD

Portable room with a view & ensuite! Can be moved by ground for flexibility.

Floats, which is ideal for late spring melt and if positioned at the floe edge.

Can be slung by helicopter to the most beautiful locations, such as on top of a mountain, glacier, ice cap or ice floe. Guests don’t even need to pack before moving locations during a trip!

POLAR PRESTIGE EQUIPMENT DELIVERY

Major equipment requires delivery by large cargo plane. In some cases, an ice runway is built to deliver equipment straight to the camp. Equipment is otherwise moved in advance by heli-slinging to position the equipment close to where it will be used in advance of the start of the trip, as well as heli-slinging to retrieve the equipment after the conclusion of the trip.

ARCTIC YACHTS – EXPLORE THE NORTH BY SEA

Arctic Kingdom has worked with some of the world’s most prestigious mega-yachts on multiple transits of the Northwest Passage as well as the largest luxury cruise ship, escorted by icebreaker. We can organize sailboats already locked into the ice and ice-strengthened trawlers and itineraries that range from Labrador to Baffin to Greenland, where ice-free waters stay open year-round. We occasionally offer exclusive yachts for charter before or after their owner plans to join. We specialize in combining unique camps & flying day-trips together with yachts.

  • Sailboats & Trawlers
  • Super/Mega/Giga Yachts
  • Support Vessel & Icebreaker Escorts

NORTH POLE EXPEDITION

Flying Tour Ellesmere & the North Pole

A Basler BT-67 is a modernized version of a DC3 with upgraded avionics, new turbine engines with huge balloon tundra tires and skis. The aircraft can fill the wings entirely with fuel and has a huge range. It is possible to fly from camp up Ellesmere Island to sight-see along the journey and then circle the North Pole before returning. As jumbled rough ice is always moving by on top of the North Pole, it is impossible to know what conditions will be at the pole as we fly-over, and landing is highly unlikely.

Long Range Helicopters to the North Pole

Historically Twin Otter ski planes created fuel caches and doubled as a flying gas tank for a second plane to reach the North Pole. This approach still works but now requires large helicopters, as it is harder to reliably find ice floes that are big enough to land an airplane. A Basler deploys fuel to Ward Hunt, the most northernly point of land in North America. A long-range helicopter then creates a fuel cache on the polar ice cap with a satellite beacon. The second helicopter carries full fuel and accompanies the guest helicopter, to provide both a safety back-up as well as additional fuel and opportunity to film and photograph the voyage. Special fuel containers are retrieved to leave no trace. Detailed itinerary available upon request.

ELLESMERE ISLAND

EXTREME HIGH ARCTIC – AN AMAZING JOURNEY TO THE POLE
  •      Axel Heiberg Island – Beautiful geology
  •      Quttinirpaaq Park – Breathtaking glaciers
  •      Fort Conger – Greely / Historic explorer’s site
  •      Barbeau Peak – Tallest Mountain in the east
  •      Ward Hunt Island – Top of North America

OUR TEAM

When travelling with Arctic Kingdom, we can assure you that your expedition team has been hand-picked specifically for this itinerary and specifically for you. Each of the team members on this safari will enhance the unique features of this safari with the goal of exceeding your expectations. The team will consist of the following:

  • Senior Expedition Leader
  • Senior Inuit Guide

Per Base Camp:

  • Assistant Expedition Leader
  • Inuit Guides x2
  • Camp Manager
  • Camp Assistant
  • Night Watch/Bear Sentry
  • Camp Chef
  • Camp Sous Chef
  • Kitchen Assistant
  • Additional staffing options:
    • Medic/Doctor
    • Expedition Photographer
    • Expedition Filmmaker(s)

    To document your adventure

    Including the world’s most accomplished National Geographic & BBC

    • Arctic filmmakers and photographers as Expedition Leaders.