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Much of the world's exotic wildlife is in such remote terrains where there is no civilization nor any roads. Some of the examples are Antarctica for Penguins, Svalbard for Polar Bears, parts of Borneo for Orangutans, parts of Papua New Guinea for Birds of Paradise, or Parts of Greenland for whales and northern lights or the mangroves of Sundarbans for Tigers. Such places are only accessible by a boat, which can be something as big as a cruise ship to something as small as a canoe, and the logistics vary as vastly as the terrains and their species. However what runs common in all these places is the human quest for exploration and using the most ancient transportation method to reach where very few humans have reached. However make no mistake, many of these cruises are extremely comfortable and often have stays to match any 5 star hotel. While during the day you can satiate your quest for nature and the wild, during the evenings and nights you can be comfortably placed in the company of your loved ones.