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We go to beautiful Kapp Linnè, situated in the outermost part of Isfjorden. Here we find Isfjord Radio, 80 km from Longyearbyen, and without any road a...
There are no fjord ice on Billedfjorden due to a warm February. We have therefore closed all our trips to Pyramiden in February. For more...
Aurora, full-moon, storm, or sunshine. Fantastic experiences are waiting for you and your dog-team in the arctic wilderness.
Join us on a visit to the kingdom of the polar bear!
The east coast of Spitsbergen is not affected by the Gulf Stream in the same way as the west coast...
Join the exciting half day trip to historic Coles Bay!
Coles Bay is the old shipping wharf for the coal the Russians drove out of Grumant. The site wa...
Join us on a half day trip to the picturesque Elveneset.
From Elveneset, you have a view of the imposing and majestic Tempelfjellet which is located o...
This trip goes to the magnificent east coast where the nature is untouched and the land frozen solid. A view that is hard to describe. You don’t want to miss this amazing experience.
On Svalbard the conditions and the placement is optimal for spotting the Aurora Borealis. Our guides will do their best so you can catch this mystical light. On this trip we will also make a stop in our traditional sami lavvo.
This trip follows the west coast of Spitsbergen. We will drive through terrain that trappers and miners have used for decades. We will have a longer stop in Barentsburg and serve you a Russian lunch at the hotel.
Arctic dogsled-expedition in the polar-night.
Aurora, full-moon, or storm and darkness. Fantastic experiences are waiting for you and your dog-team in the arctic wilderness.
We pick you up at your accommodation, and equip you with headlight, and warm clothing, before we drive out in the majestic Adventvalley, to meet our friendly dogs, and very often also puppy’s, who loves the attention.
Our experienced guides show how to put together and dog-team, and 2 and 2 guests working together put up their own dog-team of 6 eager and enthusiastic huskies.
The guide will carry the necessary protection against possible polar-bears, and lots of local knowledge to share. The route may vary depending on weather. This is a thrilling experience in the darkness of polar-night.
The trip is about 4 hours, and is suitable for all with normal good health.