The polar tourist seeks to arrive at Polar Regions, situated close or further than the Arctic Circle to try out extreme cold areas, other than unique flora and fauna. The cold areas of Polar Regions is not comparable to winter tourism that necessitates vital and enduring infrastructures in the forms of accommodation for illustration, whilst polar tourism leans to be more free and does not essentially necessitate enduring mechanisms. More importantly, the majority of the polar tourism is planned for the period of the summer, whereas winter tourism, as its forename designates, takes benefit of the winter flavor. Tourism in Polar Regions in recent times has spectacularly increased, and the increase has been voluminous over the years. For illustration, indeed, in just a time period of one decade, the number of tourists arriving to Antarctica or Polar Regions by land has enhanced by 757 per cent, and those arriving by sea through 420 per cent. More importantly, in this region, the figure of visitors has increased by 50 percent ever since the 1990s. (UN Report, 2007). Nonetheless Polar Regions as tourist place is yet to fully developed and exploited. Certainly, Polar Regions are costly to take a trip to, and more importantly far left from interesting to each one. Bauer (2001) argues that this sort of tourism will by no means be the sort of mass interest like that of a Rio or a Cancun. The figure of visitors to Polar Regions may well be little comparing other nature-based tourist places; nevertheless it is rather high comparing neighboring populations. For case in point, in Iceland, the yearly figure of visitors is higher than the figure of populace.