Ethereal. Majestic. Haunting. The Northern Hemisphere’s polar region dazzles.
Northern lights. Narwhals. Polar bears. Vast tundra and frozen seas. Arriving from Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Iceland or Scandinavia, relish the solitude and absorb the tranquility. The adventure continues day and night, from dog sledding and fishing ice-holes, to diving into a hot sauna and watching the Aurora Borealis light up the star-punctured sky on a clear night.
Set out on snowmobiles, nordic-skis, helicopters or ski planes - all the way to a nuclear powered ice-breaker; dog sled through Lapland’s wintery landscapes and on frozen lakes; fish through holes in the ice and learn how to prepare your catch for dinner; dive for snow crab under the ice; track down Santa Claus to release him from a curse and save Christmas; discover a specially built igloo on a frozen lake.
Visit the Canadian Arctic’s floe edge, where ice meets water; see vast icebergs and encounter Arctic wildlife including whales, narwhals, polar bears, walrus and a multitude of birds; hike or raft through the remote Icelandic wilderness; fish in rivers rich in salmon; visit Greenland’s famous frozen seas and calving glaciers; encounter mystical trolls and elves, and solve their quests and challenges.
Where to Stay
From cozy polar lodges and expedition camps, to luxurious private log cabins and villas, not to forget our favourite custom built igloos, strewn with cozy reindeer furs.
When to Go
Summer is June to September, winter from December to March. The northern lights occur throughout the year but the lighter summer months make them harder to see.