Remote, mysterious, grandiose, wild and extreme, Svalbard (aka Spitsbergen) is a land forged by ice, wind and sea. Gigantic glaciers descend from the summits of majestic multi-colored mountains in the cold waters of austere Greenland sea, abundant with ice. Animals who do not know humans, inhabit this land and its numerous fjords: wild reindeer grazing in endless tundra, seals and walruses basking on the rocky shores and ice ﬂoes, curious polar fox keeping close to bird colonies, and the whole world is reigned by the polar bear, the king of the Arctic. This trip gives an insight to Svalbard in summer: in only 6 days, you travel along the island and visit all stunning bays and fjords of Spitsbergen, inaccessible otherwise than by open boat Polarcirkel. You follow the traces of the famous Arctic explorers and hunters, stay in the ghost settlement, and ﬁnally relax in comfort.
Brief and intense trip in Spitsbergen
Fjords and Waterfalls of Spitsbergen
Lakes and Trappers’ History
Bays and Glaciers
Ghost Town Grumant
selected accommodation, BB
all ground transportation as per program
activities according to the itinerary
boat rental (RIB Polarcirkel, Zodiac, Barentsburg) + fuel
survival suite + safety equipment (portable radio set, satellite phone, GPS-navigator, warning bacon, etc.)
insurance covering research and rescue
Discover the world of Spitsbergen like a famous Arctic explorer!