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It is by far the largest wilderness area of Europe and offers some of the finest scenery and wildlife experiences in the world. Its rugged mountains and rolling tundra offer plenty of opportunities for hikers, climbers and skiers while the often ice covered seas are great for polar diving.
Longyearbyen is our embarkation and disembarkation port for our Spitsbergen voyages.Learn more
The name Spitsbergen was given by the Dutch explorer Willem Barentsz, who discovered the islands in…Learn more
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For those who like to go out hiking the wide range of landscapes of Spitsbergen has…Learn more
Kayakers accompanied by a kayak guide have the opportunity to go off the beaten track.Learn more
Both in the Arctic and in Antarctica we offer dedicated snowshoe voyagesLearn more
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Weather on Spitsbergen
The temperatures vary then between about 5 and 10 °C (41ºF and 50ºF).Learn more
How to get ashore?
We make use of zodiacs. These are inflatable rubber boats.Learn more
What to wear?
Waterproof trousers and jacket against wind, rain and salt spray coming into the zodiac.Learn more