Bird Watching in the Falkland Islands: The Falkland Islands truly are the ultimate birding experience with large, easily accessible colonies of some of the most enchanting birds in the world. You will see rare birds in their natural habitat as well as the moreconspicuouspredators and seabirds. Portable hides will be used at various points throughoutthe tour. Click to explore!
Falklands Nature Walk: For the nature enthusiast, this is an exclusive opportunity to learn more about the flora and fauna of the Falkland’s. We start at WhaleboneCove just outside of Stanley. You will see the shipwreck of Lady Elizabeth dominating the eastern part of the harbor, where she has been since 1936. Click to explore!
Sea Kakaying Certification Program in Antarctica: Have you ever wanted to master the art of kayaking? Well, here's your chance. Partake in Hurtigruten's kayaking program and receive a kayaking certification on our sailings with MS Midnatsol to Antarctica. Click to explore!
Long Island Farm: The Long Island Farm is situated approximately 20 miles from Stanley. The journey there takes approximately 1 hour by bus, during which time you will have the opportunity to pass through and learn about several key battlefields from the 1982 conflict between Britain and Argentina. Click to explore!
Port Stanley Highlights Tour: A local guide will meet us at the harbor and give an introduction to the small and charming capital of the Falkland’s. As the coach drives down Ross Road, the main street that runs along the seafront, the guide will tell you about everything of interest that we pass along the way. See the Cathedral with its whalebone arch, the 1982 Battle Memorial, wrecks of old sailing ships, a private whalebone display, the Stanley Airport, the Government House, the Community School, and the Mizzen Mast from the famous ‘SS Great Britain’. These stories will provide additional insight intothe Falklands’ heritage, social habits, and economy, and, at the same time, be quite entertaining. Click to explore!
Scenic Air Tour: Come along on an out-of-the-ordinarysight-seeing tour in afive-twin engine Britten-Norman Islander aircraft. From the pier,the15-minute drive will take you to the airport where your pilot will meet you. He will give you a full pre-flight safety briefing before you take off. You will get a complimentary scenic air tour booklet, which gives you information aboutthe places you will see. A map with points of interest is also included. On the plane, each passenger will get a headset so you can to listen to the pilot and talkto each other. Click to explore!
Stanley Bleaker Island Wildlife & Scenic Flight: Enjoy the scenic landscape and experience the wildlife on the Stanley Bleaker Island! Click to explore!
Stanley History Tour: Expand your historical knowledge with this two-hour guided walk through the capital of the Falkland Islands.. This two-hour guided walk through Stanley is an ideal opportunity to learn about the pioneering history of the tiny capital of the Falkland Islands and discover all of the fascinating evidence of its very British roots. Click to explore!


A Taste of Greenland: Meat from marine mammals, game, birds, and fish has been the main ingredient in Greenlandic food for generations. In the past, meat was an extremely important part of the Greenlandic diet because it provided the energy and nourishment that was needed all year-round to survive the physically-demanding existence of the harsh Arctic winter that could seriously tax one's reserves of energy. Click to explore!
A Walk in Disko’s Only Town: e island of Disko is large – about 9,300 square miles. But there is only one town, Qeqertarsuaq, which only has about 1,000 inhabitants –so there is plenty of space for everyone! Qeqertarsuaq’s former name, Godhavn, means ‘good harbor’ and indicates that in the past it served as a safe harbor. Whale hunting has been part of the history here – and you still find the whale in the coat of arms. \ Click to explore!
Boat Trip to Assaqutaq: the 60s and 70s,many settlements in Greenland were abandoned because people chose to move to the bigger cities to find jobs and benefit from the modern facilities there. Assaqutaq, located about 6 miles by boat from Sisimiut at the bottom of the south side of Kællingehætten, is one of those settlements. Click to explore!
Boat Trip to the Icefjord: Icebergs are one of the ‘Big Arctic Five’ experiences in Greenland, and you can see them by the thousands from the air, on land – or in the Ilulissat Icefjord. This beautiful fjord is best experienced froma boat. Click to explore!
Boat Trip to the Qooroq Icefjord: The Greenland ice sheet is a vast body of ice that covers approximately 80% of Greenland. This enormous ice sheet creates huge glaciers, which under the influence of the force of gravity are forced out toward the coasts. In South Greenland,some of these glaciers end in fjords, where they produce icebergs in many different shapes. The colors of the icebergs range from white to green and turquoise. Click to explore!
Cultural History Walk: Greenland’s capital, Nuuk, is a city surrounded by nature. The Greenlanders living herecombine old traditions with modern twists and diverse influences. Nuuk is home to gourmet restaurants and fashion boutiques, however,the picturesque Old Harbour and the ‘Braedtet’ (fish market), where the catch of the day such as seal, whale, and fish are sold, and show that history and traditions still remain strong in this city. Click to explore!
Eric the Red Settlement Walk: A little over a thousand years ago (985 A.D.), a group of Norsemen left Iceland to settle in Greenland. Their leader was Erik the Red, a Norwegian whohad been exiled from Norway, and later on in Iceland as well. Hisred hair and beard gave him the nickname ‘Erik the Red’, but some also say that his ill temper might have been another reason for this nickname. Three years earlier, Erik the Red sailed west and discovered a wonderful land with lush, green valleys and deep fjords. He returned with 14 ships and settled in the bay whereQassiarsuk is situated today. Erik named his chieftain’s seat ‘Brattahlíð’, meaning ‘steep hill’ in Old Norse. Soon after, the Norsemen had established a flourishing community in the fjord. Click to explore!
Great Greenland Tannery: The ancient hunting culture of the Inuit’s remains an important livelihood in Greenland, and it is the backbone of Greenlandic culture. Tanning, the conservation of skin, is an ancienttrade that has been practicesfor thousands of years. At Great Greenland, many of the steps in the tanning process have beenautomated, by investingin machines and the latest technical processes, but the process still demands manual work and handling. The purpose of the tanning process itself is to produce a tanned skin, but also to keep the look and feel that nature gave the skin. Click to explore!
Hike in the Hills Behind Narsaq: t is the combination of Norse history and the landscape around Narsaq that makesthishiking experience have a special South Greenlandic flavor. When you arrive you will notice that the local people appreciate closeness with nature and consider it one of the town’s core values. In the past, the farmers living here used horses to cattle their sheep.Although the number of horses is not what it used to be, many of the people living here still identify with sheep farming and cattle ranching and jokingly refer to themselves as ‘cowboys’. Click to explore!
Hike to Holms Bakke: Beautiful icebergs are the setting for the old settlement of Sermermiutabout 1 mile south of Ilulissat, the first stop on our hike. For 4,000 years, different Inuit cultures lived in the settlement, and today you can still see the relics. Hear the story about the Inuit peoples’ lives and traditions before the Europeans came to Greenland, see the ruins, and touch the permafrost with your own hands. The natural beauty together with the exotic traditions of the settlers of Greenland will fascinate you. This hike also includes a sense of adventure, and you will be seeing some of the most extraordinary flora and fauna of Greenland. Click to explore!
Hike to Palasip Qaqqaa: The PalasipQaqqaa trail is one of the Classic Sisimiut day hikes, and standing on the peak gives you a 360-degree panoramic view over the sea, the fiords, and the landscape around the town. The hike to the summit of this over 1,800-foot-high mountain outside Sisimiut is achallenging hike on the green mountain. But it’s worth the effort!You can enjoy the view of the town and the sea during the whole hike. During the hike you also have a chance to enjoy several species of the local flora and there are also chances of seeing foxes, grouse, and eagles. Lately even musk oxen have been seen near the top!The hike takes you through a surprisingly-fertile terrain full of bushes, flowers, and mosses. Along the way there are several small waterfalls with the clearest spring water. From the top of the mountain there is an amazing view over the town tothe south and the Kangerluarsuk Tulleq Fjord tothe north. Click to explore!
Hike to the Basalt Columns: This hike starts with the expedition members leading you through the small village of Qeqertarsuaq. As we reach the city limits, there will be magnificent views of large icebergs at the nearby beach. Then we climb over an ancient lava stream to follow the ragged coast, which is extremely picturesque. The vegetation is surprisingly lush due to hidden warm springs. The combination of the bizarre rocks, the deep green of the plants, and the icebergs below is quite a sight to see. If you are lucky and have binoculars, you might also spot whales in the distance. We continue far along the beautiful coastline toward Kuannit. By midsummer, the angelica plant grows all over Qeqertarsuaq and beckons you to follow the island’s many hiking trails. Gather angelica leaves for an aromatic tea made with the cleanest water straight from the waterfall outside of town. Drinking local angelica tea while admiring the life-like shapes of volcanic rocks is an experience one can only have in Qeqertarsuaq. Click to explore!
Hike to the Great Lake: South Greenland is a unique part of Greenland, with great contrasts between chilly glaciers and green valleys. Qaqortoq is often described as the most beautiful town in Greenland, with a picturesque setting between the fjord and the lake. Most of the colorful houses here havefantastic views.Qaqortoq is quite small and best seen on foot, which says something about the size of Greenlandic towns considering Qaqortoq is the largest town in South Greenland. Click to explore!
Igaliku Historic Sites and Settlement: Igaliku is one of the most beautiful villages in Greenland andis the oldest sheep-farming settlement in Greenland. Here you will see tall mountain peaks covered with snow during summer andlush valleys with flowers and sheep. The sandstone houses here are very differentfrom the distinctive wooden houses in Greenland, and there is a stunning view to the Igaliku Fjord. Experience the tranquility and peace of the settlement and be taken back into history. Click to explore!
Ilulissat City Walk:

In ulissatis a city of prime historical significance. The Danes originally founded the town as a trading post in 1741, and today it is the third-largest town in Greenland with over 4,500 inhabitants.

On this cultural- historical walk the guide will tell you all about the history of the city, the Greenlandic culture, and the modern life 186 miles north of the Arctic Circle. We visit the old part of town andsee the originalDanish trading station buildings, the old church - once the largest man-made object on Greenland, and the museum. The tour also includes visiting the fishermen at the harbor and the hunters at their trading post ‘Brædtet’, andthe house where the famous explorer Knud Rasmussen was born. Click to explore!
Kaffemik: A kaffemik is a Greenlandic tradition for special occasions such as births and birthdays, first day of school, and confirmations. Instead of going out on occasions such as these, Greenlanders celebrate these occasions at home. These festivities are usually prepared for days in advance, and the tables are decorated with fine china and decorative table linens. With old friends, new friends, and family from out of town gathering together, walking into a kaffemik might feel like a mix of a family reunion and the first day of school! Click to explore!
Lille Malene Hike: In Greenland you don’t have to go far away from the city before you are right in the middle of an untamed wilderness with great hiking trails. On this hike you will walk on a path formed by old reindeer tracks. The5-mile route features coastal views, pristine brooks and springs, and a ramble through a scenic valley. Click to explore!
Meet Greeland Through its People: According to myths, after visiting Uummannaq, a piece of your heart remains there forever, summoning you back for the rest of your days. Some say it is the magic of the mountain while others sayit is the chorus of children’s laughter down at the harbor. Whatever the force is, Uummannaq will capture your heart. Click to explore!
Narsaq Town Walk: Charming Narsaq is situated in a fjord system, surrounded by mountains and floating icebergs. This agricultural town has about 1,500 inhabitants and was founded in 1830. Enjoy a walk through the town with one of the locals. You will see one of the first fishing factories of Royal Greenland. There was significant population growth after the fishing factory was built, but the factory closed a few years ago. Today the sheep farms around Narsaq produce meat for domestic consumption. Tourism is also agrowing part of the economy. Click to explore!
Nuuk City Tour: Nuuk is the capital of Greenland. It is located only 150 miles south of the Arctic Circle, at the mouth of a group of fjords with the twin peaks of Quassussuaq and Ukkusissaq (also called Lille Malene and Store Malene), as a backdrop. The Nuuk Fjord system is the second largest in the world and the NarsapSermiaGlacier flows directly into the fjord, filling the headwaters with icebergs. Click to explore!
See Sisimiut by Bus: If you want to experience all of hilly Sisimiut in a short period of time, this is a great excursion for you. The local guide tells you about everyday life, the history, and the different buildings and places we pass along the way. The tour includes two stops, where passengers get the chance to get out of the bus for 5 – 10 minutes. One of the stops is just outside the city, where most of the sled dogs are held. If we're lucky, we'll get the chance to say “hi” to the puppies there. The second stop is at the top of Sisimiut, where there is an incredible view of the sea and the mountains south of Sisimiut. Click to explore!
Two Fjords Hike:

Qassiarsuk used to be the stronghold of the Norsemen, and it was from this location that their culture of farming spread to the rest of South Greenland. The ruins of the settlement are still visible and the reconstructions of Erik the Red's settlement and Tjohilde’s Church let you experience these historical buildings in a unique way.

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Walk to the Sheep Farm: More than thousand years ago, Norsemen settled this part of Greenland and started thriving farming communities. Narsaq is situated by a fjord, in a large, green plain, which is an ideal place for sheep farming, a fact that the Norsemen also discovered. Narsaq is still known for sheep farming, and out of the 53 registered sheep farms in Greenland, 31 are located in the Narsaq area. On this tour you meet sheep farmers who work the same land as the old Norsemen did more 1,000 years ago. Learn about life in this smallSouthern Greenland community and find out how sheep farming is done today. Click to explore!
Visit a Sheep Farm: Although the settlement of Igaliku is modest in terms of the number of inhabitants, it’s grand in terms of beauty. The 27 year-round residents live in small houses built from the characteristic Igaliku sandstone in a fantastic valley with green fields with views to the fjord. Click to explore!


A Taste of Norway: Enjoy “a taste of Norway” and see places that have fascinated visitors for centuries. We guarantee you a different experience in this amazing nature. The trip takes you through Norangsdalen, before we explore Urke and the historic Hotel Union Øye, where you will taste local specialties Click to explore!
A Stroll Around Seyðisfjörður: Seyðisfjörður is famous for its beauty, not only due to its superb surroundings, but also because of its remarkable collection of old wooden buildings. The town’s origins started with foreign merchants, mainly Danes, who began trading in the area in the mid-19th century. But the crucial factor was the establishment of the Icelandic herring fishery by Norwegians in 1870–1900. Click to explore!
Glacier Lagoon: This glacier lagoon is said to be one of the greatest wonders of nature in Iceland. The surface is at sea level and seawater flows into the lagoon at high tide. Huge blocks of ice constantly break off the Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier, next to the lagoon. Breiðamerkurjökull is an outlet of the VatnajökullGlacier. The lagoon is not very wide but it is up to 820-feet deep, which makes it the deepest lake in Iceland – it is an impressive sight to see alarge iceberg floating in the lake. Click to explore!
Heimaey Island Tour: Drive through the heart of volcanoes and learn how to cliff-hop in search of eggs. Visit the centerof a volcano. See all the highlights of Heimaey. Observe beautiful scenery and teeming birdlife Click to explore!
Highlights of Snæfellsnes Peninsula: Follow Jules Verne to the SnæfellsjökullGlacier and test your strength like the fishermen from the past. See the famous glacier Snæfellsjökull. Witness the unique landscape with lava, glaciers, and beaches. Visit several of the villages in the area.   Click to explore!
Hiking in the Berserk Lava Field: Iceland is a geological feast for the eyes. Over the last twenty million years, volcanic eruptions in Iceland have created a rugged landscape with diverse volcanic features. Moss-covered lava fields, enormous explosion craters, bizarre geological formations, ice caves, and lava tubes are all monuments to the island’s unique location along the mid-Atlantic ridge where the North American and European tectonic plates meet. Click to explore!
Horse Riding in Þingeyri:

The Sandar Valley is nestled among the tallest and most majestic mountains of the Westfjords. Before the tour starts you will have time to become acquainted with your new Icelandic companion. Then it’s time to saddle up and explore the valley by crossing the waters of the Sanda River and strolling through the lush, green meadows. Horse riding is an intimate way to experience nature and to get off the beaten track. Throughout the trip there will be stops to allow the horses to graze and for us to take in the surrounding landscape. We ride along the river’s edge until we reach the sea. Before returning to the stables, you will ride along the pristine and unique black-sand beach. This is definitely a trip to remember!

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Hrísey Island: Observe island life from an uncovered, farm-style wagon and taste the beer of the local brewery. Visit a small island in idyllic surroundings. Participate in a guided tour in an uncovered farm-style wagon. Enjoy beer-tasting at the Kaldi Brewery.
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Höfn – Jökulsárlón Cruise and Scenic Drive: This scenic tour takes us along the coastline of southest Iceland as we leave Höfn and its dramatic landscape behind. The highlight of the tour is the otherworldly glacial lagoon of Jökulsárlón. Click to explore!
Höfn – Vatnajökull Adventure and Sightseeing:

From Höfn we drive through the beautiful Mýrar district, where steep mountains rise on the landward side and the Atlantic Ocean surges on the seaward side. Between the mountains, glacier 'tongues' extend downward to the low ground. The mighty Vatnajökull ice cap rises above; it is the largest ice cap outside the Arctic region.

We travel westward through pastoral landscapes squeezed between the shifting black sands on the seaward side and cliffs and glacial outflows landward. Here, agriculture and wildlife exist in harmony; the grasslands are rich in wild flowers and harbor a variety of nesting birds. Click to explore!
Höfn – Vatnajökull Glacier & Jökulsárlón Cruise: This incredible tour offers a memorable trip to some of the biggest highlights of the majestic Icelandic nature. Visit to the largest glacier in Europe. Guided boat tour on Jökulsárlón and spectacular Icelandic scenery.   Click to explore!
In the Footsteps of the Elves:

Visit the ‘hidden people’ and court the queen of the Icelandic elves. See the city of the elves. Enjoy a visit to several small villages. Take a photo at Njarðvíkurskriður, where Naddi used to haunt.

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Leisurely Akureyri & Goðafoss Waterfall:

Witness the Waterfall of the Gods before strolling among 2,000 species of flowees. See the impressing Goðafosswaterfall. Explore the village Akureyri. Visit the botanical garden.

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Myvatn Nature Baths: Lake Mývatn and its surroundings are one of Europe’s greatest natural treasures. Shaped by repeated volcanic eruptions and seismic activity, the landscape around the lake is a spectacular panorama of surreal lava formations, sulphur-streaked mountains, and sweeping wetlands teeming with plant- and birdlife. Click to explore!
Nature Tour in Skalanes: The local guides from Skalanes farm pick us up at the port, and we start with a tour of the idyllic town of Seyðisfjörður. It is famous for being one of Iceland's most beautiful villages, with colorful houses and scenic surroundings. The road to Skalanes is a gravel road, but the 4X4 bus taking us there won’t haveany problems. Click to explore!
Off the Beaten Tracks: Starting in Akureyri, the super Jeep tour takes you over an old mountain road that leads to the birch- and flowered-covered Vaglaskógur forest. There will be a brief photo stop here and some time to enjoy the sounds of the singing birds and rustling leaves. Click to explore!
Reykjavik – Blue Lagoon and Panoramic Tour: This tour begins with a pleasant drive through the rugged lava fields of the Reykjanes Peninsula. The Blue Lagoon is located in the middle of a beautiful lava field, seemingly in the middle of nowhere in an otherworldly landscape. The lagoon’s aquamarine-colored water, the steam, and the lava landscape surrounding it create a unique and memorable atmosphere. We will relax in the Blue Lagoon and enjoy this memorable bathing experience. (The time spent in the lagoon is about 2 hours.) Click to explore!
Reykjavik – Geothermal Landscape and Viking History: Iceland’s unique landscape has been shaped by great geothermal and volcanic activity. This tour takes us to some of the country’s geological wonders and includes a visit to a museum dedicated to the nation’s Viking history. Click to explore!
Reykjavik – In the Heart of the Glacier: This exhilarating glacial adventure takes you on an unforgettable journey to the second-largest ice cap in Iceland. We also visit the man-made glacier cave, Ice Cave Iceland, located high on Europe’s second-largest glacier. Click to explore!
Savour the Flavor of Suðureyri:

One cannot help but wonder what it is exactly that makes people tick in these tiny fishing communities hugging the North Atlantic coast. What is it that forms such a bond that people fight tooth and nail to keep these villages afloat, striving to save them from abandonment - such has been the fate of so many villages before them? Embark on a journey of enlightenment and visit the eco-conscious fishing village of Suðureyri. This is a tour with a difference that allows the locals to answer these questions forthemselves. We will stop atvarious intervals to enjoy sumptuous tastes of local produce during thisin-depth, guided tour.

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Stykkisholmur – Eirikstadir – The Home of Eric the Red:

Haukadalur Valley are the ancient ruins of Eiríksstaðir. The Icelandic Sagas mention Eiríksstaðir as the home of Eiríkur Rauði (Eric the Red,) and it is believed that the ruins are of his former residence.

Eiríkur is one of the notorious troublemakers appearing in the Icelandic sagas. His transgressions led him to flee Iceland and take up residence in Greenland. His son, Leifur Heppni (Leif the Lucky), won his fame by traveling to America – 500 years before the arrival of Columbus. Today history comes alive in the museum and replica of the old farm. Our storytelling guide, dressed in Viking attire, expertly brings the period to life as he guides us around the museum and tells us stories by the hearth. Click to explore!
Stykkishólmur – Highlights of Snæfellsnes: Upon leaving Stykkishólmur, our journey takes us through the several small fishing villages that hug the dramatic coastline as we head toward the famous Snæfellsjökull Glacier. The glacier was made popular by the French writer, Jules Verne, in his classic novel Journey to the Center of the Earth. It is one of the country’s many interesting geological features but other prominent mountains and volcanoes also sculpt the area. Click to explore!
The Herring Gold Rush Museum:

Taste the silver of the sea and walk back into time to the ‘Klondike of the Atlantic’. Learn about the history and traditions of the herring era. See a spectacular show. Taste herring and the traditional Icelandic schnapps, Brennivín

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The Viking Sushi Adventure: During this bird- and nature-watching boat tour you will experience number of stunning and exciting things. This is a unique, up close experience of the islands and a rare chance to birdwatch in close proximity. You will experience pure nature and stunning scenery and the highlight of the VikingSushiAdventureis a sushi meal straight from the sea! Click to explore!
Vigur Paradise Island: Spend a day on a bird paradise island, starting with a boat trip on the Djupifjorður. As you reach Vigur, there will be a guided walk through this beautiful island. While only about 1-mile long and only .2 miles wide, it is still the second largest island in the Isafjörður Bay. Click to explore!
Westman Island Walking Tour and Eldheimar Museum: After being dormant for approximately 5,000 years, the Helgafell Volcanowoke up and erupted on January 23, 1973. Witness the power of a volcano and its eruptions. Click to explore!
Whales, Puffins and Sails: This unique tour combines whale-watching and birdwatching with a sailing adventure aboard one of Iceland's two schooners. Travel on the Haukurschooner and experience the atmosphere of days gone by. If you want to,you even get a chance to lend a hand and help set sail as a lee helmsman. Click to explore!


Bird Safari by Boat: Discover the beauty of Lofoten. These magnificent islands above the Arctic Circle are one of Norway’s most scenic places. At Værøy in Lofoten, the residents are hugely outnumbered by birds. More than hundred thousand sea birds live here during the nesting season. The bird species commonly found here include fulmars, gannets, Arctic terns, guillemots, gulls, sea eagles, puffins, kittiwakes, cormorants, eiders and petrels. Click to explore!
Boat Tour to Lånan: Up until 1950, Lånan was a thriving small community of around fifty residents. They all shared a good life. Their society was a caring, charitable one. They typically had strong Christian beliefs and deep gratitude for the gifts that nature had given them. Half a century later, things have changed a lot. For example, no one actually lives permanently on Lånan today. However, interest in the island’s cultural history and eider down processing industry has never been greater. Click to explore!
Dalsfjord Lighthouse Museum: Hear the stories of those who helped build the lighthouses and navigation lights along the Norwegian coast. We drive the scenic route from Ulsteinvik to Årvik by bus. There, we go on the ferry to Dalsbygda.  There will be several photo stops at different viewpoints en route to our destination, the lighthouse museum. Click to explore!
Guided Tour of Værlandet and Bulandet: Bulandet is one of the liveliest fishing villages in Norway. As opposed to many other small communities, the population here has actually grown over recent years. Today, there are around 270 residents, who mainly make their living from modern fisheries. The village has a wide range of facilities, including possibly Norway’s westernmost art gallery. During the summer, Bulandet is a favourite spot for boaters and holidaymakers staying in cottages and fisherman cabins. Værlandet has a population of approximately 200. Fishing and fish farming are the most important industries, but both tourism and the export of high quality stone (greenstone breccia) to Italy are expanding. Værøyhamna is characterised by its picturesque wharf side buildings, while the variety of animal life in the Sørværet Nature Reserve means that on a good day you can catch sight of seals, otters, porpoises, eagles and deer. Click to explore!
Highlights of Ulsteinvik and the Surroundings: The dramatic landscape in Ulstein has been moulded by ocean and ice, and consists of long and sandy beaches, flat lowlands and steep mountainsides. With the Atlantic in the west, Ulstein creates a natural gateway to the fjords further east east, and as far west as you can go on the mainland, you find the village Flø, with its long beaches under massive cliffs. Click to explore!
Highlights of Åkrafjorden: The tour starts with a 1,5 hours’ drive to Åkrafjorden, home to Langefoss waterfall. Langfoss waterfall drops down the steep mountainside with great power, looking like a bride’s wail from a distance. A nature’s wonder, a beauty to watch, and one of the highlights when visiting the west coast of Norway. On this fjord cruise on Åkrafjorden you will experience the Norwegian nature, and see one highlight after the other as the boat cruises quietly along the fjord. The contrasts found in the fjord are many. You will see waterfalls drop into the quiet fjord down the steep, rough mountains, as well as enjoy the beauty of the lush green fields also found along the shores of the fjord. Click to explore!
Hike with Local Guide: Low forests and hilly landscapes with lots of marsh, rock, and water, characterize the landscape on LidyllicFrøya. The island is relatively flat except for Bremnestua, a 243-foot-high mountain that is the highest point. Out here, you can experience the wild, beautiful, and pristinenature that isbeautiful regardless ofthe weather. Strolling along the pier you can witness both otters and minks playing in the water. You may come across other wildlifewhen you reach the pier, such as crabs in search of new prey, or fish darting awayto hide behind a rock. If you gaze across the ocean to the northwest you will see the mighty Fall Garden, where the waves break high. Looking up at the sky, we can almost guarantee that you will see an eagle sailing high above. Click to explore!
Hiking in Steinsfjellet: We leave the pier by bus and go to the top of Steinsfjellet - Haugesund’s best viewpoint. From here you can take in the panoramic view of the city, the North Sea, islands and municipalities of the region. On a clear day it is possible to see all the way to the island of Utsira, 12 miles off the mainland coast. This panoramic hike starts at the top of Steinsfjellet and continues across the hilltop through Byheiene before ending up at Kringsjå. This location is extremely idyllic with a mountain farm and wild sheep grazing in the area. Afterwards, we will return to Steinsfjellet where you can once again admire the panoramic views before we head back to the ship. Click to explore!
Historical Walk in the World’s Northernmost Fishing Village: Experience the northernmost fishing village in all its glory. Click to explore!
Hornvika, North Cape: In the same way as points such as the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Horn, the North Cape is a place that every authentic traveller simply has to visit. The outermost reach of Europe marks a celebratory finish to any journey to the north. Click to explore!
Mountain Hike to Storehesten: Storehesten ("the big horse") mountain is a characteristic landmark in the Sunnfjord region. This 1209-meter-high figure looms high over the inner parts of the Dalsfjord, a historic Viking landscape. We will walk all the way up to its peak. Click to explore!
Osen Farm and Salmon Weir: Osen farm combines an exceptional river and a truly magnificent fishing lodge. It looks out over the head of a classic Norwegian fjord and is surrounded by stunning mountain scenery. Rivers and houses of this quality are rare. The Osen river, which runs through the estate, is known for having some of Norway’s best salmon fishing. Click to explore!
Senior Rafting:

Join a thrilling expedition to discover some of the islands surrounding Frøya, where only a few are inhabited. An RIB is a boat with a solid, shaped hull and flexible, inflatable tubes along the railing. Your experienced guide will maneuver smoothly in between small islets and reefs, which is difficult to do in a larger vessel. This RIB tour is truly a magnificent and exiting way of enjoying the coastal landscape.

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Spaceship Aurora: Join an exciting mission to explore the Northern Lights and learn about space travel. Spaceship Aurora is located at Andøya Space Center, where research rockets are launched into space several times a year. We will take you by bus to the Space Center, which also launches balloons, from small weather monitoring ones, to enormous circumpolar research units. Click to explore!
Store Emårsøy: A visit to Emårsøy gives you a vivid glimpse of how  life was for people on these islands in the beginning of the 19th century. Store Emårsøy had a couple of smallholdings from about 1780 to 1905. As the 20th century passed, only one smallholding remained here, with just a couple of cows and some sheep. Fishing was the main occupation, but some sealing, trapping of otters and gathering of eiderdown and eggs provided valuable additional income. The last family left in 1957, pulling down the boathouse and barn, while the house gradually fell into disrepair. Today the house is restored and the barn and boathouse have been rebuilt. Click to explore!
The Cultural Gaular: Gaular has a varied landscape. Several waterfalls, rapids, lakes and wide rivers flow through the district. Along these waterways, you will find villages, farms and hilly terrain. Nowhere else in Norway can you find so many waterfalls in a limited area - and so easily accessible. Click to explore!
The Silver of the Sea – Haugesund and the Herring: The herring has been of a great importance to Haugesund, and on this tour your guide will tell you about the history of Haugesund, the herring and the fishing. The bus takes you to Steinsfjellet. From here you will have a great view of the city and the ocean. You will also see Haraldshaugen, Norway’s national monument, where many believe the Viking king Harald Fairhair is buried.  We then drive to Kyvik Sild, the only faciliity in Haugesund where there is still ongoing production of pickled herring. Click to explore!
Tour to Tromsø and Cable Car to Fløya Mountain: Tromsø is the largest town in northern Norway. This lively town is notable for its polar history museum,science centre, arts and crafts scene and the famous Arctic Cathedral. Tromsø is also a great place to find local items such as Northern Lights products, regional food products, arts and crafts, moose collectables and traditional knitwear. Click to explore!


A Taste of Svalbard: On this exursion you'll walk a loop around the town of Longyearbyen, stopping for tastings at four very special locations where you will taste something delicious. You'll be served with a generous helping of stories of Svalbard and Longyearbyen experiences. The walk will take you to both the old and new sections of Longyearbyen. Your route will be along roads that provide good footing for the stages between your tastings. You will also see many historical sites, and learn more about this amazing town and its hardy inhabitants. Click to explore!
Arctic Wilderness Evening: Come away from the lights of town and enjoy an atmospheric evening in the Arctic tundra. You will be collected from the hotel and driven to Camp Barentz in Advent Valley, our fantastic wilderness camp about 10km from Longyearbyen. Click to explore!
Boat Trip to Barentsburg: Discover the local wildlife while traveling to the Russian mining town of Barentsburg, where you'll be accompanied by an experienced guide on a comfortable boat. Click to explore!
Boat Trip to Pyramiden: Take an incredible boat trip and see wildlife and the Nordenskiöld Glacier up close, and visit the abandoned town of Pyramiden. On this excursion you'll discover the ghost town of Pyramiden, complete with the world’s northernmost statue of Lenin. It's a powerful, brutally isolated town, with empty buildings and an obvious lack of life. While the sun shines over the stern, you'll sail north through the Isfjord and glide slowly past the Hatten bird cliff, where you'll see Brünnich’s guillemots swarm in and out in big flocks. Click to explore!
Boat Trip to the Bore Glacier: Join a trip to one of the many beautiful glaciers where you can see a busy selection of wildlife and birdlife. If you are lucky, you may see seals, walrus, and maybe even the 'King of the Arctic' - the polar bear. A meal will be served on deck by the glacier before you head back to Longyearbyen. Don't forget your binoculars and camera! Click to explore!
Champagne Tasting: The historical ‘det gamle Nordpolet’ cellar from 1954 lay forgotten beneath the Spitsbergen Hotel. It has recently been renovated for Champagne tasting. In the historical ‘det gamle Nordpolet’ cellar, where miners and administrative staff came to collect their quota of alcohol, you can taste a variety of delicious and exclusive Champagnes. The Champagne list is rich and wide-ranging, and boasts many rare vintages. The perfect aperitif before a gourmet meal at the Funktionærmessen Restaurant, your tasting includes three glasses of Champagne with matched canapés, and a knowledgeable waiter will present both the wines and this historical location to you.

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Dog Sledding – Bolterdalen: Dog sledding is an amazing and authentic way to experience the Arctic, and this excursion will give you an excellent introduction to mushing techniques and the joys of working with polar dogs. You will receive warm outer clothing and a briefing before you help harness the dogs and head into the wilderness. Click to explore!
Dog Sledding on Foxfonna: Even when the snow has melted at sea level it is still possible to drive a dog sled on Foxfonna. The views over the Isfjord, Advent Valley, and the beautiful mountains surrounding the area are fantastic! Click to explore!
Dog Sledding on Wheels: Eager polar dogs pull the specially-made sleds with wheels while you enjoy the views and admire the birdlife and wildlife of the Advent Valley! This excursion is a fantastic opportunity to drive a dog sled even though it isn't winter. Click to explore!
Dog Sledding to an Ice Cave: Embark on an adventure to a hidden cave that is protected from the elements, which allows the ice to form amazing shapes and colors. You'll be driven to the dog yard, which is located approximately 7 miles from Longyearbyen. Each sled will carry two guests, and you'll have the opportunity to enjoy the ride as a passenger and try mushing for yourself. Click to explore!
Dog Sledding Under the Northern Lights: Imagine enjoying the magic of a full moon in the middle of the day or marveling at a glittering array of stars at morning tea time! Experiencing all of this from your own dog sled makes it even more special and profound. Click to explore!
Evening Kayak Tour on the Adventfjord: We will utilize the Arctic light shining 24 hours and use the kayaks as transport to get closer to the nature and birdlife in the fjord. There are qualified kayak guides joining so the tour fits for almost everyone that want to experience this adventure. Click to explore!
Following a Trapper’s Footprints: The hunt for polar foxes and polar bears began in the late autumn, and the traps had to be inspected throughout the polar night. You'll head out on a walk through the tundra to gain an appreciation of the trapping life, and to feel what it would have been like to be out working at this time of year. The tour starts with bus transport to Todalen, and from here you'll make your way into the wilderness. Click to explore!
Fossil Hunting at Deltaneset: Have you ever wondered what life was like in the ocean 150 million years ago? In Svalbard you can see it with your own eyes! Join an excursion where we will hunt for fossils at Deltaneset, where Øglegraverne, a team from the Natural History Museum in Oslo, uncovered three specimens of prehistoric marine reptiles during their excavations: two Plesiosaurs and one Ichthyosaur specimens. Click to explore!
Hike Across Foxfonna: This tour begins with a drive up to Gruve 7, an active coal mine, located about 1,310 feet above sea level. From here you'll continue on foot over the Foxfonna Glacier toward Foxdalen, where you'll find an old hunte's cabin, a very special place to eat lunch. Click to explore!
Hike from Sea to Summit: On this fantastic tour you'll enjoy views unlike those you can experience around Longyearbyen! You'll cross the Adventfjord by boat, a 10 minute trip to Revneset, before heading into an area which boasts many of Svalbard’s highlights: lush grass and moss provide fodder for the Svalbard reindeer, historical remains from early mining at Advent City abound, and memories of early Arctic hunters are in the air. Click to explore!
Hike in Bolterdalen: For this expedition, we will pick you up at your hotel before we drive out to Bolterdalen, one of the side valleys from Adventdalen. We take a look at the remains of a whale that is 9400 years old before we arrive at the Green Dog dog yard. From here we continue our expedition on foot. Click to explore!
Hike to Trollsteinen Across the Lars Glacier: If you follow the Longyear Valley up to Nybyen you'll suddenly find yourself standing in a moraine landscape created by the force of thousands of tons of ice at the foot of the Lars Glacier. This combined mountain hike and glacier crossing starts at the highest part of Longyearbyen and takes you over the Lars Glacier before ending at the distinctive Trollsteinen. The glacier is solid and safe, so you won't need to be roped together. Instead, you'll enjoy the views and flatter ground. The last section of the climb heads up along mountain ridge. The landscape is intoxicatingly beautiful, and the panorama from the top is without a doubt worth the strenuous hike! Click to explore!
Hunting the Northern Lights: On this tour you'll be transported to the Advent Valley and up to the Mine 7 mountain, Breinosa. There you will see the massive EISCAT antennae, which are used to study the Earth’s atmosphere, including the phenomenon known commonly as the 'northern lights' – the aurora borealis. After enjoying the views you'll head down to our northern-lights 'base camp', Camp Barentz, where you'll continue the hunt for the amazing aurora. Here you'll also enjoy warm drinks and snacks, and learn about how the northrn lights are formed from our knowledgeable host. Click to explore!
Ice Cave Tour: Walk through the heart of a glacier and into the crystal world beneath. The light from your headlamp will reveal a glittering, crystal-like cave with fascinating formations in the frozen walls. Click to explore!
Ice Caving: A Frozen Adventure: Under the glaciers of Svalbard you'll find another world, a glittering world made by summer meltwater running through the ancient ice. Click to explore!
Isfjord Safari to Fuglefjella and Hiorthhamn: Power out of the Adventfjord in an open Polarcirkel boat and explore the best of the Isfjord in just three hours. This tour takes in the amazing bird cliffs, the abandoned town of Grumant, and the historic mining areas of Advent City and Hiorthhamn. Click to explore!
Isfjord Safari to Grumant: At the end of the main street of Longyearbyen you can see the glittering Isfjord. You don't need to go far for an exciting Arctic adventure! This tour takes you to the abandoned Russian mining town of Grumant. Click to explore!
Isfjord Safari to the Glacier von Postbreen: Power through the majestic fjords of Spitsbergen and marvel at the mighty Tuna and Von Post Glaciers as they grow from a small white-blue line to a towering wall of sparkling ice. Click to explore!
Kayak Trip on Adventfjorden: Experience the contrast as you paddle in a kayak from colorful Longyearbyen toward the ghost town of Hiorthhamn, and keep your eyes peeled for Arctic wildlife! During the summer over 100 species of migratory birds can often be seen in this area. You may even meet a curious seal in the water! Click to explore!
Longyearbyen – Discover Longyearbyen: Let our local guide give you an introduction to Longyearbyen, the capital of Svalbard, and its colorful history. Longyearbyen is a charming, multicultural town, and this guided bus tour will also include photo stops at the polar bear sign and at the remains of the coal-mining infrastructure. Click to explore!
Longyearbyen – Hike to Blomsterdalshøgda and the Global Seed Vault: This tour is more than just a strenuous hike. You will also learn about historical and modern uses of the mountains around Longyearbyen. During the hike the guides will point out the tiny Arctic flowers, and be on the lookout for local wildlife. Click to explore!
Longyearbyen – Panorama Tour by Bike: On this trip we bike on an old gravel road on the mountainside toward the airport. We will have a beautiful view over the Isfjord, the harbor, and Longyearbyen. There will be many opportunities to take great pictures! Click to explore!
Longyearbyen – Summer Dog Sledding: Drive your own sled with huskies pulling you across the landscape and experience the amazing connection between man and dog on this guided dog sledding tour! Click to explore!
Longyearbyen – Taste of Svalbard: Experience another side of Svalbard at the Svalbard Brewery, where your guide will share the story of the brewery, and the beers that are produced here using glacier water from Svalbard! Arctic specialties will be served as well, making this a real ‘Taste of Svalbard’! Click to explore!
Longyearbyen – The Life of a Miner: Experience the life of Longyearbyen’s earliest residents as we take you inside an abandoned coal mine, and share the history of these hardy miners with you. Click to explore!
Longyearbyen – Visit to Camp Barentz: Join this exciting excursion, which takes you from Longyearbyen and into the Advent Valley to the fascinating Camp Barentz and a local host, during an atmospheric evening in the Arctic tundra. Click to explore!
Longyearbyen Panorama – Snowcat Ride: When the snowcat arrives at your hotel, there won't be any doubt about whether this is your tour! The guide will welcome you on board, and after a quick briefing you'll be ready to head off the beaten track. You'll follow the road a little way into the Advent Valley before swinging onto the snow and crossing the wide plain to head toward the mountains on the far side. Click to explore!
Longyearbyen Panorama – Under the Midnight Sun: Few things in the world can match the feeling of the midnight sun warming your face! This tour takes you to a fantastic viewpoint over fjords and mountains, and you'll marvel at the light in the middle of the night. Click to explore!
Northern Lights Evening: The aurora borealis is a magical light show created by the sun, and while it occurs all year round, the polar night gives us the opportunity to see it any time of day. Click to explore!
Northern Lights Safari to Barentsburg: A chance to experience nature's own spectacular light show while on board a boat to Barentsburg, this fjord safari is like no other in the world. After about two hours sailing under the stars, the very same stars our Arctic heroes used to navigate, we'll arrive in Barentsburg, the main Russian settlement in Svalbard. You tour tour guide will walk you through the streets and share stories of life in Barentsburg in the past. Click to explore!
Northern Lights Safari with Snowcat: You won't miss the big red snowcat when it arrives to pick you up! The guides will greet you at the doorstep of your hotel or guesthouse before you head out of town, into the darkness, and over the frozen Advent Valley.  The guides will make several stops while you're underway to look for the aurora borealis and will choose the route into the Advent Valley based on the weather and conditions of  the day. As you experience the rich darkness the Arctic, your guides will explain how the aurora is formed, and serve hot drinks and share stories about the area – while you keep your eyes on the sky. Click to explore!
Northern Lights Safari with Snowmobile: In the period between November 14 and January 29 each year, a remarkable phenomenon occurs in Svalbard: the polar night. During these weeks the sun is at least 6 degrees under the horizon and the northern lights can be seen nearly any time of day. In the weeks before and after this period the night is still much longer than the day, still allowing you excellent chances of seeing the magical aurora. Click to explore!
Row & Hike to Sneheim: Rowboats have been used on Svalbard since the early 1900s, when the hardy hunters used them to visit their stations and move pelts and supplies from place to place. On this tour we will use modern row boats, but still feel like Arctic pioneers as we cross the Adventfjord. Two or three people will be in each boat, with a guide in a separate boat for safety reasons. Click to explore!
Sightseeing Longyearbyen: Your local driver and tour guide will guide you through the major local attractions. The tour begins in the Longyear Valley and explores the town before heading out to Adventdalen toward Mine 7. During the drive through the valley participants are often rewarded with a sighting of the local Svalbard reindeer, and during the summer months thousands of migratory birds converge on the delta. The tour guide will also point out the coal mines in the Advent Valley. Click to explore!
Snowmobile Safari – Barentsburg: We will be equipped and briefed before heading up Todalen, then west towards Barentsburg. The journey then takes us on to Colesdalen and along the coast past Kapp Laila and Kapp Heer before arriving at the Russian mining village. Alternatively we go in Skiferdalen and across to Grøndalen before converging with Grønfjorden and Barentsburg. Click to explore!
Snowmobile Safari – Camp Barentz: The goal for this tour is Camp Barentz, which is located just 10 km outside from Longyearbyen at the foot of the Mine 7 mountain. This is a snowmobile tour which suits those with no experience, or with young children. We will head off at a relaxed tempo and often stop to hear about the wilderness we are driving through. Click to explore!
Snowmobile Safari – East Coast: Having been briefed and equipped, we head out of Longyearbyen and towards the East coast of Spitsbergen. The trip takes you through the characteristic natural beauty of Svalbard, over wide plains and narrow valleys. We make plenty of stops underway - to admire the scenery, to give information on the local history, or simply turn off our engines and enjoy the silence of the white wilderness. Click to explore!
Snowmobile Safari – Elveneset: A fantastic snowmobiling adventure, suitable for those with no previous snowmobile experience. On this trip you will cover 70km, and enjoy a phenomenal view over Tempelfjord and towards the mighty Tempel Mountain. Click to explore!
Snowmobile Safari – Tempelfjorden: Take a trip to the picturesque Tempelfjord and the towering wall of ice that is the Tuna Glacier. After a briefing this tour heads off towards Tempelfjorden. As we accustom ourselves to the snowmobiles we will pass through the wide Advent Valley, making our way into more interesting terrain. During the trip the guide will stop to share stories of the area, or to point out the local wildlife. Click to explore!
Snowmobile Tour Camp Barentz: joy driving a snowmobileata relaxed tempo through snow-coveredvalleys. Camp Barentz is located about 6 milesfrom Longyearbyen at the foot of the Mine 7 Mountain.During the tour there will be several stops where the guide will tell you more about the area we are driving through. This area is steeped in history – with sites relating to mining, World War II, and early scientific research. The Svalbard reindeer is a common sight in this area, and occasionally the Svalbard ptarmigan also makes an appearance. These animals are local to this area, and are only found on Svalbard. Click to explore!
Snowmobile Tour to the Tempelfjord: Join an amazing adventure to the Tempelfjord, where the Tuna Glacier lies frozen in the sea ice. The tour begins with a thorough briefing on how to drive a snowmobile and the areas we will visit. The trip begins in Longyearbyen itself, and the first stretch is through the wide Adventdalen before we make our way into different terrain. Once we arrive at Fredheim, an old trapper’s station, wewill continue out on the fjord ice towards the soaringice wall of the Tuna glacier. Click to explore!