Norway Archipelago Kayaking & Camping
10 Days, 9 Nights
Renowned for its soaring mountains, glaciers, alpine valleys and polar bears, Spitsbergen is an adventurer’s paradise. In recent years, it has also become a staging area for North Pole expeditions, including our own. Join us as we embark on a kayak camping journey through this arctic playground.
The area we’ll be traveling is a protected wildlife refuge home to polar bears, Spitsbergen reindeer, Arctic fox and, along the coast, various sea mammals like walrus, ring seal, bearded seal, Greenland seal, hooded seal, white-nosed dolphin, narwhal and killer whales. Spitsbergen boasts the high Arctic’s greatest variation in nature and fauna, more than Arctic Canada, Greenland and Siberia.
According to research, Spitsbergen, is the largest and only permanently populated island in Norway. This island covers an area of 14,546 square miles in which is the 36th largest island in the world.
History Trivia: Around 30 types of birds are found in Spitsbergen which migrate.