Issue 150: Bylot Island

Plus: Camargue horses, Cono de Arita and more.





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Hey Explorer,

This is Adventure Fix, the newsletter that helps you discover extraordinary journeys and experiences across the globe.

Here’s what we've got for you today:

  • Wildlife Encounters: Camargue horses

  • Remote Places: Bylot Island

  • Natural Wonders: Cono de Arita




Camargue Wild White Horses

Southern France’s Camargue Natural Park is home to herds of white horses known as the Camargue horse.

These horses are not only admired for their beauty but also revered for their strength, agility, and resilience. They have roamed the marshes, wetlands, and salt flats of the Rhône River delta for centuries.

From the herd galloping through shallow salt marshes to stallions commanding the waves of the Mediterranean, Camargue horses offer endless photo ops for wildlife photographers and nature lovers alike.

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Bylot Island

Off the northern end of Baffin Island, you’ll find Bylot Island in Nunavut Territory, Canada. It’s a place that beckons adventurers with its rugged beauty and untouched wilderness.

Bylot Island is part of Sirmilik National Park, the fourth largest in Canada but one of the least visited. Much of the island has never been explored and there are no permanent settlements on this arctic island although Inuit regularly travel here to hunt.

Some of the best hiking in the Arctic can be found here. Ice-capped towering mountains, lush tundra valleys, glaciers, and peculiar formations of eroded rock known as "hoodoos" provide a tapestry of terrain waiting to be explored.

Another great adventure opportunity Bylot Island offers is journeying to the floe edge by snowmobile to observe wildlife such as narwhals, polar bears, and seals.

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Cono de Arita

In the vast expanse of Argentina’s Puna Desert rises a geological marvel that defies both time and imagination – the Cono de Arita.

Set on the edge of the Salar de Arizaro, on a high plateau, surrounded by salt, the dark mass makes a striking image.

At first glance, it looks like a man-made pyramid, but geologists have confirmed that this formation is a volcano that was not strong enough to explode.

Explore more: The Cono de Arita: A mysterious and little-known place in Salta


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Travel Insurance for Adventure Cruises

Are you planning an adventure cruise this year and don’t know what insurance is best for you?

I hear you. Insurance companies don’t make it easy with complicated wording, hidden exclusions, and so much fine print that you never know if you are actually covered or not.

For that reason, we put together an article explaining the best policies in 2024 specifically designed for people going on adventure cruises.

The infographic above is a snapshot of what you will find.




Visual Essay: Water is a Demiurge.

Stays: The most architecturally stunning safari lodges in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Books: Some fantastic adventure books written by women.

Animals: The power of eye contact with wild animals.




Where in the World

Wanna flex your adventure geography skills? Guess where this pic was snapped!

Stumped? No worries. The answer is at the end of this email.




“In order to change skins, evolve into new cycles, I feel one has to learn to discard. If one changes internally, one should not continue to live with the same objects. They reflect one’s mind and psyche of yesterday. I throw away what has no dynamic, living use.”

Anaïs Nin


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Until next time…

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