During this voyage, you will see some of the most spectacular fjords of Spitsbergen in one of the last largely untouched wildernesses in Europe.
Photo: Tori Hogan
The Svalbard Archipelago currently hosts about 2,500 humans and 3,000 polar bears. These solitary marine mammals roam wherever they can expect to find food, and favour drift ice for use as a platform when at sea. While we often observe bears on our expeditions, as with all things in nature, there are no absolute guarantees. The presence of polar bears in the area can affect our landing or activity sche
The Svalbard Archipelago currently hosts about 2,500 humans and 3,000 polar bears. These solitary marine mammals roam wherever they can expect to find food, and favour drift ice for use as a platform when at sea. While we often observe bears on our expeditions, as with all things in nature, there are no absolute guarantees. The presence of polar bears in the area can affect our landing or activity sche
Photo: Jostein Myre

Svalbard & Norway – Circumnavigation and North Cape

Duration: 14 days
Ship: MS Spitsbergen

Departure:
16 August 2019

Kongsfjord, Svalbard. Join the Expedition Team and explore the great national parks and some of the most spectacular highlights of the Arctic.
Kongsfjord, Svalbard. Join the Expedition Team and explore the great national parks and some of the most spectacular highlights of the Arctic.

Svalbard & Norway – Circumnavigation and North Cape

Duration: 14 days
Ship: MS Spitsbergen

Departure:
16 August 2019

During this voyage, you will see some of the most spectacular fjords of Spitsbergen in one of the last largely untouched wildernesses in Europe.
During this voyage, you will see some of the most spectacular fjords of Spitsbergen in one of the last largely untouched wildernesses in Europe.
Photo: Tori Hogan
This voyage circumnavigates the beautiful island wilderness of Spitsbergen, takes you ashore at Bjørnøya, crosses the Arctic Ocean to the northernmost point of the European mainland and concludes with a visit to pristine beauty at the Arctic paradise islands of Sommarøy outside of Tromsø, Norway.
  • See natural wonders like Edgeøya and Kvitøya
  • Cross 80º N, placing you less than 600 nautical miles from the Geographical North Pole
  • Chances of seeing polar bears
  • Circumnavigate Spitsbergen, the largest island of the Svalbard archipelago
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