This is a tailor-made trip which we will personalise to suit your requirements. There are some incredible things to see and do – here is a list of a few things which we can include in your personal itinerary.
Snowmobiling is the ultimate way to experience Svalbard’s spectacular Arctic wilderness, allowing you to reach places the average explorer cannot. Depending on the time of year and sea ice conditions, there is the potential to ski across the vast frozen ocean, witnessing Svalbard reindeer as you coast.
Snorkling / Scuba Diving
We offer a unique experience in the shadows of the steep dolerite cliffs on Spitsbergen. We can provide the equipment to snorkel and/or scuba dive with the diving guillemots; watching them plummet from the cliff tops, down into the icy waters, stunning and capturing their prey beneath the surface.
You can experience dog sledding by day, depending on the time of year and sea ice conditions. At a rustic style trapper station you will be greeted by your dogs. Experience the pure adrenalin of driving the sleds or simply relax as the dogs guide you through Svalbard’s often difficult, yet hauntingly beautiful terrain.
Sea kayaking allows you to leisurely paddle through icy waters, perhaps even glimpsing at the slowly increasing population of whales that are returning to Svalbard to feed on the rich plankton.
Zodiaks, tenders and jet skis allow you to scoot between floating ice bergs and explore the landscape on an intimate level.
Walk through a wonderland of glacial ice tunnels and sculptures. Meander through ice ridges and crevasses and if circumstances allow it, we will organise a private lunch or dinner in the cave itself.
Svalbard is known for the majesty of its impressive glaciers and fjords. Kongsfjorden, a fjord on the west coast of Spitsbergen Island, has both tidewater and valley glaciers which can be explored. As you walk along the glacier you can enjoy the views of sheer Precambrian metamorphic rock cliffs that house colonies of seabirds, whilst the more intrepid of hikers can enjoy looking down from an elevation of 500 feet at the beach.
Please call us on t: +44(0)1730 260263 to start planning your arctic adventure.