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Depending on what part of Arctic you would like to visit, Arctic cruises may depart from Canada, or mostly northern Europe. Svalbard is world’s northernmost inhabited areas between Norway and the North Pole with glaciers, polar bears, Svalbard reindeer and Arctic foxes. Spitsbergen is the only island of Svalbard archipelago with permanent residents. A lot of Arctic cruises leave from or sail to Longyearbyen, which is the base for Arctic tourists. Greenland and Iceland are the other two prominent destinations for Arctic trips. Greenland is the biggest island on the earth with three quarters covered by permanent ice sheet. Iceland, southeastern of Greenland, is defined by its dramatic landscape with volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and lava fields. Finally, have you dreamed of setting your feet on the northernmost point of the Earth, North Pole?

Arctic Highlights


Polar Landscape

Witness the wonderful and unique polar landscape


Amazing Wildlife

Best wildlife viewing for Polar Bears, Walruses, Whales & Birds


Expedition Activities

Hiking, kayaking, polar plunge, zodiac cruising and much more

3. Canadian Arctic

Canadian High Arctic cruises bring you incredible scenery and untouched wilderness. Muskox, walrus and polar bear are just couple examples. In addition, thriving Inuit communities provide opportunities to experience the true spirit of North. More ...

4. Northwest Passage

The sea passage through the Arctic regions connects the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. The cruises bring you back to the past and honor those early adventurers who had the courage and determination to make the history. More...

90 Degree North. Imagine riding a hot balloon or helicopter after landing at the northernmost point of the Earth? More...

5. North Pole

6. Iceland

The volcanic island in the North Atlantic Ocean has very diverse landscape. Easy access from US and one of the best places to see the Northern Lights. More ...