Fjord Safari with Glacier Hike - Svalbard Adventures
Boat trip, wildlife, and glaciers! This is the tour for those who want a bit of everything Svalbard has to offer. Sail across Isfjorden in a comfortable Redbay Stormforce RIB. The highlight is glacier hiking on Harrietbreen.
Boat trip, wildlife, and glaciers! This is the tour for those who want a bit of everything Svalbard has to offer. Sail across Isfjorden in a comfortable Redbay Stormforce RIB with panoramic views, and experience the impressive wildlife along the way. We pass by Trygghamna with its historic Alkhornet bird cliff and rich past as a safe harbor for whaling.
The highlight is glacier hiking on Harrietbreen, where we learn about glaciers and glacier travel while taking in the magnificent scenery. End the day with a warm lunch on board before sailing back to Longyearbyen, always ready to discover wildlife on the way home. A complete Svalbard experience in just one day!
- Transport to and from the accommodation
- Life vest
- Guide with safety equipment
- Search and rescue insurance
- Hot lunch, drinks, and biscuits
- Glacier equipment
- We do not recommend this tour if you are pregnant or have back problems.
The boat may not carry passengers under 14 years of age unless any such passenger is accompanied by an adult.
Minimum age on this trip is 12 years.
What to bring:
We recommend warm clothing to wear under the floating suit such as wool underwear, sturdy hiking boots, wool socks, thick sweater and windproof outer clothing, including a varm hat and gloves.
- A small backpack for extra clothing and other items.
- We recommend bringing a water bottle for the glacier hike.
Please state any food allergies or other preferences
For safety reasons, the travel itinerary may be subject to changes due to weather, wind, and conditions. We cannot guarantee the opportunity to see the glacier front on Harrietbreen during the glacier hike. Instead, we prioritize the chance to safely observe crevasses in the glacier.
Minimum participants: 4
Last updated: 01/26/2024
Source: Svalbard Reiseliv AS