Spitsbergen, the largest island of Norway’s Svalbard archipelago is renowned for seeing polar bears in the wild. Svalbard is home to an abundance of Arctic wildlife; seals, Beluga whales, reindeer, Arctic foxes and birds. Small expedition ships and use of Zodiacs is the best way to explore Spitsbergen.
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Spitsbergen Arctic Adventure
Small working coastal ship MS Nordstjernen takes you on a memorable journey to the true Arctic wilderness of Svalbard.
From £1133pp for 6 days (excludes flights)
Circumnavigate Norway’s Spitsbergen archipelago aboard the intimate Noorderlicht (providing accommodation for just 20 guests), accompanied by experienced leaders and naturalists.
From £4145pp for 16 days, excludes flights.
Realm of the Polar Bear
Svalbard’s summer arrives in July with blooming flowers and active wildlife, a good time to spot minke, fin and sometimes humpback whales. Enjoy a true adventure to Spitsbergen aboard MS Expedition
From £2399pp for 8 days, voyage only.
In depth Arctic Spitsbergen Cruise
Discover Spitsbergen’s glaciers and deep fjords aboard MS Fram. Spot seals, sea birds and polar bear and take part in regular Zodiac landings to explore Svalbad’s rugged coastline.
From £5219pp excluding flights for 12 days departing Longyearbyen
Sail from the UK aboard Fred Olsen’s Black Watch heading deep within the Arctic Circle to Tromso, see the iceberg-shaped ‘Arctic Cathedral’,sail the Svalbard archipelago then on to Iceland and Greenland
From £4299pp for 27 nights
Further Spitsbergen adventures and extensions are available which you may wish to add on to your visit to Spitsbergen.
To book or make further enquiries about our Arctic holidays or for our free Spitsbergen detailed fact sheet please call our travel consultants on 023 807 330 73 or Contact Us
Please be advised that Early Booking Discounts are available with many of our expeditions.
All voyage itineraries are a guide as weather and ice conditions dictate the final routes.
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