As close to the North Pole as you can get
The archipelago Svalbard (also called Spitsbergen) is located in the Arctic Ocean between Norway and the North Pole. Svalbard is characterized by a unique wildlife, arctic ice landscapes and old mining towns. Did you know that in addition to the 3000 inhabitants, thousands of polar bears colonize the island? Longyearbyen is the capital and the administrative center. Although whaling and hunting were among the archipelago’s most important activities, sustainability is now promoted and nearly two-thirds of the island’s surface is protected and consists of nature reserves, national parks, bird sanctuaries and a plant protection area.
Svalbard by Boat
One of the best ways to discover the untouched beauty of Svalbard is by boat. Whether that is on a several day Hurtigruten cruise, or a daytrip around the icy fjords – the choice is yours. We have a selection of fascinating tours that we can offer, contact us to learn more.
Svalbard on Land
Follow the footsteps of Polar Explorers and get ready for an unforgettable adventure. We offer several multi-day tours to Svalbard, which include activities such as snowmobiling, hiking, and wildlife tours. Contact us to receive an offer for a tour in Svalbard.