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Arctic Adventure Travel & Expeditions
An Arctic adventure tour is, in many ways, unimaginable. To travel to what ancient geographers termed ultima Thule (“farthest land”)—and in luxury, no less—is a feat seemingly reserved for the hardiest adventurers among us. And yet, Zegrahm’s Arctic expeditions afford rare opportunities to view Arctic wildlife, seabirds, whales, and polar bears; to meet indigenous peoples who sustain a living at the ends of the Earth; and to explore the North Pole and Northeast Passage for yourself—it’s the top of the world, waiting for you.
For us, Arctic eco travel involves sailing the icy seas from the brightly painted towns of Norway to the rugged Northwest Passage; Zodiac expeditions to see whales, seals, and walruses up close; and keeping a close eye out for polar bears as we cruise Norway’s Svalbard archipelago and Greenland. Your Arctic expedition team offers incredible insight into the region and the explorers who previously navigated these routes, including Sir John Franklin’s ill-fated quest. And now, you can be a part of Arctic adventure travel history as you sail on the Russian icebreaker Kapitan Khlebnikov’s 17th and final transit of the Northwest Passage, including the best of western Greenland and the Canadian and Russian Arctic.
The itineraries we offer vary from year to year; below please find our upcoming Arctic adventure travel expeditions.
Expeditions to Arctic
Join Zegrahm field director, Kevin Clement, on a Lapland expedition in Norway, a nation within a nation with a unique, semi-nomadic culture based on reindeer herding. Our Lapland tour is timed to coincide with excellent views of the fabled Northern Lights as well as the Sami’s annual reindeer migration and festival. Explore by boat, snowshoe, snowmobile, and even by dog sled, as we discover sheltered fjords surrounded by majestic mountain peaks, peaceful valleys, and sleepy fishing hamlets.
None scheduled. Call to inquire.