Polar Night: Northern Lights in Svalbard
These are some of the excursions we can arrange for this trip.
» From £5 per person
Pair champagnes with canapés in the historic store where miners and workers once came to collect their ration of alcohol.
Experience the life of a miner
» From £75 per person
Having been founded as a remote mining settlement, this is your chance to uncover Longyearbyen’s hardy past. Spend a day as a miner would have, travelling to Gruve 3 and learning of the hardships of life underground.
Northern Lights evening in Camp Barentz
» From £115 per person
Enjoy dinner and drinks by the fire of a remote wilderness camp, with excellent chances of spotting the aurora.
Northern Lights by snowmobile
» From £185 per person
Head off the beaten track in search of the spectacular aurora, searching for wildlife and enjoying the moonlit views of the Svalbard wilderness.
Dogsledding in Bolterdalen
» From £150 per person
Admire mighty glaciers and majestic mountains as you mush out into a snow-clad valley, before meeting the oh-so-excitable pups.
Ice cave tour with snowcat
» From £95 per person
A truly unique excursion that combines a ride on an all-terrain vehicle with an expedition into the heart of a mighty glacier.
Snowmobile safari to Elveneset
» From £205 per person
This snowmobiling spectacular showcases some of Svalbard's most arresting scenery, sweeping past mountains, along snow-clad valleys and right up to mighty fjords.
Follow a trapper’s footprints
» From £45 per person
Strap on snowshoes to hike out to a remote Sami tent and learn about the hardy life of Svalbard's trappers.
Overnight dogsledding adventure
» From £735 per person
This mini expedition brings you among glaciers and ice caves, offering excellent chances to spot polar bears and the Northern Lights as you spend the night in a remote wilderness cabin.
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