Arctic Cruises 2023
Whether you have several plans in mind that are key to your Arctic cruise or are still defining what the perfect adventure looks like for you, making your 2023 booking as soon as …
November marks the end of the Arctic travelling season as the region prepares for its long winter slumber. Temperatures drastically drop, The Arctic is once again cocooned in its icy girdle and darkness stalks the land.
By October and November temperatures in The Arctic have plummeted, bringing an end to the summer tourist season. In coastal areas the sea ice is re-forming, encasing the region once again in its icy grip.
This phenomenon leads to the largest accumulation of polar bears around Churchill each year, the Polar bear capital of the world, and near guaranteed sightings as they wait for the ice of Hudson Bay to re-freeze.
Making the correct choice of ship is key. With firsthand experience of all of the ships we offer, let Swoop help guide you to exactly the right one.
We'll spend some time listening to your aspirations, then discuss the kind of experience that might suit you.
Next we'll discuss the options, shortlist the best trips for you and present you our impartial recommendations.
We'll place a 24 hour hold on your preferred option - without obligation - whilst we talk through the details.
Our team of experts are ready to help you with any questions about a trip to the Arctic.