Location: Spitsbergen (Arctic Norway)
Destination: Spitsbergen Cruises
Starting at: $3,699
One of the easiest and most affordable ways to see Spitsbergen, the "Jewel of the Arctic." This cruise delivers plenty of wildlife and amazing High Arctic scenery! Discover why Spitsbergen in Arctic Norway is the best place to see polar bears in the wild.Contact us about this trip Share
|Category 1A - QUAD||Category 1 - TRIPLE||Category 2 - TWIN||Category 3 - TWIN||Category 4 - TWIN||Category 5 - SUITES|
|Jul 30, 2014 - Aug 6, 2014||$3,699||$4,299||$5,099||$6,149||$7,199||$8,199|
|Jun 12, 2015 - Jun 19, 2015||$3,699||$4,299||$5,099||$6,149||$7,199||$7,999|
|Jun 19, 2015 - Jun 26, 2015||$3,699||$4,299||$5,099||$6,149||$7,199||$7,999|
|Jul 6, 2015 - Jul 13, 2015||$3,799||$4,399||$5,249||$6,299||$7,399||$8,199|
|Jul 23, 2015 - Jul 30, 2015||$3,799||$4,399||$5,249||$6,299||$7,399||$8,199|
Embark the MS Expedition in the afternoon and depart Longyearbyen in the evening.
Visit ice-covered fjords with breathtaking mountain scenery and glaciers. Spend time exploring the natural wilderness searching for polar bears hunting seals. At one or more of the stops, you may have the opportunity to see arctic fox or Svalbard's unique reindeer. Our goal is to give travellers the best possible opportunity to see wildlife in and around the Svalbard archipelago. Depending on ice conditions we will explore different areas of the archipelago. Early season voyages often provide the greatest opportunity to see large ice floes in the Arctic pack ice, which usually means excellent wildlife viewing. Later in the season, you'll cover more territory, which may allow you to explore the entire archipelago. This can lead you into the less explored regions of Nordaustlandet and Kvitøya, or the continental edges where large whales are attracted by nutrient rich upwellings.
On departure day, we will offer transfers to the Longyearbyen airport for all passengers with flights scheduled after 4AM.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the nature of expedition cruising, itineraries are subject to change due to weather, ice conditions, natural and cultural events, wildlife viewing opportunities and other logistical considerations. In general, a ship's crew will endeavor to complete the itinerary provided, but the ultimate decision lies with the ship's captain and expedition leaders.