Arctic Spring 2018
Arctic Travel March 2018
The onset of spring ushers in the best period of the year for exploring by dog sled or snowmobile, making good use of the pristine snow conditions.
Arctic Travel April 2018
Spring has arrived in the Arctic! Wildlife start to return from their more southerly overwintering grounds and hungry mother polar bears emerge from their dens.
Arctic Travel May 2018
Characterised by sunnier days, an explosion of wildlife activity and plenty of ice, May is a popular month to head north.
Arctic Summer 2018
Arctic Travel June 2018
June is a great month to explore Svalbard with plenty of voyages to choose from, while the first North Pole cruises by icebreaker set sail for the roof of the world.
Arctic Travel July 2018
Summer is now reaching its zenith. Birds cliffs are a frenzy of egg-laying activity drawing scavengers like arctic fox, skua and hungry polar bears.
Arctic Travel August 2018
It's peak hatching season this month with the bird cliffs in a general frenzy. It’s also the only time when the pack ice briefly recedes allowing access to Russia’s Wrangel …
Arctic Autumn 2018
Arctic Travel September 2018
One benefit of the nights drawing in again is the chance to see the flickerings of the Northern Lights on one of the season’s final expedition voyages.
Arctic Travel October 2018
October’s plummeting temperatures and increasingly wintry weather results in few visitors heading north this month, apart from those heading to Churchill to see polar …
Arctic Travel November 2018
Knowing that the Churchill area is always the first place in which ice reforms on Hudson Bay, the bears aggregate here every year making sightings all but guaranteed.
Our Most Popular Trips in 2018
This voyage maximises wildlife sightings with the chance to circumnavigate Svalbard. Search for walrus, arctic fox, whales and of course the ‘King of The Arctic’, alongside visiting abandoned whaling stations and experiencing glaciers up close. Only 54 people onboard allows…