North Pole Adventure Vacation tours are absolutely fantastic Expedition trips
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Christopher Pala's North Pole Expedition Exhibit.

Looking at the North Pole from under the ice
The Oddest Place on Earth: Rediscovering the North Pole.
North Pole Expedition 2001.  *  North Pole Expedition 2002.  *  North Pole Expedition 2003.  *  North Pole Expedition 2005.

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Many Adventure and History Exhibits of all kinds in the Yellow Airplane Museum

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What do you do on a North Pole Expedition.

This page will show you all the fun you're missing.

Look Below to Start the tour and just follow the arrows.

Every Expedition needs a start. 

What's on the North Pole, ICE, of course.

You can take a Ski Trip.

Sleep in a tent on the moving Ice Floe.

Enjoy the Extreme beauty. 

Go Fishing.

Bring your girlfriend.

There's a smile.

What about some SCUBA Diving.

Looking at the top of the World from Underneath its cap.

Even North Pole explorers enjoy a warm tent.

A fantastic Russian Helicopter gives everyone a ride.

Sit in the cockpit.

Or jump from ten thousand feet.

Fly through the air with the greatest of ease.

Land in the nice soft snow.

Take a balloon ride.

Even get married and get your lips stuck together.

Be sure to waive at your friends.

Yes, this is the real Geographical North Pole.


Christopher Pala
North Pole Expeditions
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North Pole Expedition Tour.

Click Here's a book written by Chris himself.

Book Description
When Christopher Pala first landed at the North Pole, he fell so much in love with it that he took his girlfriend to ride the polar treadmill  on what he mischievously called the First Expedition to Nowhere. For a week, the couple skied every day to the pole, pitched their tent and drifted away from it as they slept. 

Between his five trips to the pole, Pala used his journalistic skills to peel away the layers of myth surrounding its discovery and capture  the untold story of the first men who indisputably stood there. 

 Pala is the first to chronicle the transformation of one of the most remote places on earth into a new Mecca for adventure travelers. Flying   in every April on Russian jets, he joined risk-lovers to parachute over it, balloon across it, attain it on skis and scuba-dive under it. 

But as he discovers, man's presence at the pole is still ephemeral and there is plenty of opportunity to enjoy the escape from ordinary  constraints of time and space provided by this breathtakingly gorgeous place that is not a place.   Excerpts of the book have appeared in Condé Nast Traveler, Blue Adventure, Polar Record and other publications. 

About the Author
Christopher Pala is a free-lance journalist based in Almaty, Kazakhstan. His work with United Press International and Agence  France-Presse took him to the Caribbean, West Africa, Russia and Central Asia, but no place captured his heart and mind more than the  North Pole. 


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