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Around Spitsbergen

The Svalbard Archipelago is home to some of the most wildlife rich islands of the Arctic region. The largest of these, Spitsbergen, is a vast wilderness that is home to an incredible array of flora and fauna, with its location just some 900kms south of the North Pole. The exhilaration of sighting Polar Bear as they roam the ice in search of food, watching the playful activities of Grey Seals or observing a group of walrus are just some of the highlights found on this voyage. Zodiacs will ferry us from our ice-strengthened vessels to shore to walk amongst the tundra up to high points where there are sweeping views across the vast glaciated inland and down to the iceberg-strewn bay where our ship is dwarfed by the monumental landscape. The island’s bird life is prolific, with colonies of Little Auks, Black Guillemots, Brünnich’s Guillemots, Puffins and Arctic Skuas accessible to visitors. Dramatic cliffs, fjords, glaciers and an abundance of wildlife make this an unforgettable experience in the land of the midnight sun.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Embark Longyearbyen
DAYS 2/9 Cruise Spitsbergen
DAY 10 Disembark Longyearbyen where trip concludes. Programs may vary depending on local ice and weather conditions and in order to take advantage of opportunities to see wildlife. Flexibility is paramount for expedition cruises.

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Trip Code: ONG
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Duration:  10 days
Activities:  Cruising
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Next Trip:  03 August 2017
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price: USD$4900 Quadruple
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Triple Porthole US $ 6000
Twin private with Porthole US $ 7000
Twin private with Window US $ 7450
Twin Deluxe US $ 7900
Superior US $ 8850

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