The thrill of the ice, plus the mystery of human history
The Arctic is imbued with a romance—from the history of polar exploration, dauntless early Vikings, to the 18th- to 21st-century Northwest Passage and North Pole explorers. And, a reputation for extraordinary beauty and majesty, with its central symbol, the polar bear. We’ve explored it for over 30 years, which enables us to offer expeditions exploring several diverse sectors of the vast Arctic geography— and assure your safety and comfort.
Wilderness, human encounters & more. Actively explore it
The Arctic is vast and diverse, its wildlife rich and varied. Our itineraries are crafted to offer different, satisfying explorations of the High Arctic.
The key to a meaningful & safe polar experience. See who’s on
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See what life on the world’s ultimate expedition ship looks & feels like
Family unit or entire clan—an expedition is ideal for sharing
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See why traveling to the Arctic with us should be on your must-do list
A Circumnavigation of Iceland
Along The Viking Trail: From Iceland to Greenland
Exploring Greenland and the Canadian High Arctic
Land Of The Ice Bears: An In-Depth Exploration Of Arctic Svalbard
Norway's Fjords and Arctic Svalbard
Svalbard, Iceland & Greenland's East Coast
The Northwest Passage, Iceland & Greenland
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