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Dogsledding and cabin tour in Foxdalen.
Experience Svalbard’s winter, magical natural wonders,ice cave inside a glacier, dogsledding and our cozy cabin.
This three day dog sledge expedition will give you a unique Arctic experience; travelling through the endless white in total silence, visiting ice cave...
With the midnight sun on our bow we glide into the bay, right up to the magnificent Bore Glacier.
Early in the season the sea ice may still lie thick on the fjord, preventing og us from reaching the glacier itself. However, in exchange for this we may be lucky as to see seals sunbathing on the ice under the spring sun which refuses to set.
By the ice we will serve supper from the barbecue.
Please note that due to ice conditions in Billefjorden the ships will not reach Pyramiden before end of May.
As an alternative we follow the ice edge hunting for walrus, seals and the king of arctic.
The Russian mining settlement Pyramiden was abandoned in 1998, leaving the buildings and infrastructure intact. We pass close by the bird cliffs at Diabas before we reach Tempelfjorden and the cathedral-like mountain, Tempelfjellet. We head towards the Nordenskiöldbreen and whilst you enjoy the view, a warm barbequed lunch is served. We investigate the once so well groomed settlement. We follow the north side of the fjord and can reflect over the tragic winter in Svenskhuset at Kapp Thordsen.
Kayak trip next to a glacier, glacier walk, hiking tour and camp life is some of the things you will experience on this Wildlife Camp. Welcome!
Kayak trip next to a glacier, glacier walk and camp life is some of the things you will experience on this Wildlife Camp. Welcome!
The Polar Night is a particularly atmospheric time of year, and dog sledding under starry skies, dancing aurora or glittering moonlight is an experience not to be missed.
Better Moments will offer you a chance to see the biggest bird event during the summer. The bird jumping from their nests on the huge birdcliff Alkhornet. We will be there when the chicks try their wings for the first time ever.
Crossing the Isfjorden we approach the impressive Esmarkglacier in the Bay of Ymer.
A warm lunch from the barbeque is served as we leave the glacier behind and make our way towards the Russian mining settlement of Barentsburg.
With a closed rib the possabilitys are endless. When the other smaller open boats have to stay home because of hard weather conditions we can still head out and experience the fjord. Comfortably, warm and fast we'll travel to where the action is. With our years of experience we'll do our best to give you your greatest nature experience ever!