Horsund, Southwestern Spitsbergen
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 27 Jun 2022

Horsund, Southwestern Spitsbergen, 6/27/2022, National Geographic Endurance

  • Aboard the National Geographic Endurance
  • Arctic

Today is our last day of exploration in Svalbard before we head into the open ocean, visit Bear Island, and then go to mainland Norway. In order to make the most of the last day, we visited Horsund, the southernmost fjord system in Svalbard.

Tall and majestic cliffs surrounded National Geographic Endurance. Our guests departed for multiple activities, including long and medium walks and Zodiac cruises. The Zodiac cruises took some of our guests far inside the fjord, reaching the glacier front. What an impressive place to be for our last day in Svalbard.

And with no sunset, during dinner we made our way in search of new adventures.

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