The North Pole, which is also known as the geographic North Pole or terrestrial North Pole, is defined as the point in the northern hemispheres where the earth's axis of rotation meets its surface. The North Pole is the northern most point on the Earth, lying diametrically opposite the South Pole.
The North Pole has one of the most amazing sites you will ever see. Not only is it pure beauty it's a place we all think of at Christmas growing up. The North Pole is a must for your bucket list.
The North Pole is owned by nobody, there is No economic value and yet no alternative or equivalent. The importance of this amazing place is immeasurable, and many don't realise that. This experience really is one of the most unique holidays and greatest travel achievements on the planet.
Besides Santa there is one other amazing reason to visit the North Pole, the spectacular Aurora lights. Aurora lights up Jupiter's North Pole sky in a way like no other. The stunning sky's can be captured by the famous Hubble telescope.
So whether it’s to visit Santa and his reindeer's or just to take in the beauty this amazing place beholds always think North Pole when thinking of a “must have” adventure of a life time.