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We offer four-hour photographic tours (landscape, flora and fauna) within a 100 km radius (depending on season).
We offer four-hour photographic tours (landscape, flora, fauna and midnight sun) within a 100 km radius (depending on season).
Be enchanted at the unique blue light characterizing the polar night.
The trip will take place in the area around Longyearbyen, depending on snow co...
With its 1600-metre shoreline consisting of sandy beaches and smooth rocks, Neset Camping is excellent for those who enjoy the wet element. Every summe...
In Rogers Adventurous World you can join in on safari on Freya and Hitra. "The hidden shoreline" is a treasure trove of unique experiences. Join a dee...
THE WHOLE NÆRØYFJORD WORLD HERITAGE AREA IN ONLY 2 HOURS AND 15 MIN!
We head out through the world heritage Aurlandsfjord and furt...
On this 3-4 hours trip in the vicinities of Longyearbyen we will get a god view of the Svalbard nature. Here you will find that it is not necessary to...
Tokke is a paradise for those interested in nature photography,
lying as it does in the middle of one of the most rich and varied environments for both plants and wildlife.
Starry skies, moon light on the snow or the aurora lighting up the magical landscape. Join us for an atmospheric experience in the Polar Night!
In the period between November 14 and January 29 each year, a remarkable phenomenon occurs on Svalbard - The Polar Night. During these weeks the sun is at least 6 degrees under the horizon and therefore never shines on Spitsbergen. While the sun is hidden under the horizon, Longyearbyen becomes a magical place lit only by streetlamps, the northern lights and the moon which glitters in the snow. The atmosphere is completely unique, and as you soak in the mystical darkness you will know you are a long way from the beaten track. Don`t forget that during the Polar Night you have double the chance of seeing the Northern Lights!
The reindeer kick in the snow to find their fodder, and the foxes slink around in the dark. We will stop at Camp Barentz where lunch and warm drinks will be served. During the stop we may be able to see the impressive Northern Lights, which, due to the Polar Night, are often visable during the daytime hours.