THE NORWEGIAN ARCTIC
Custom travel to Norway
You’ll feel a before and an after when you make the polar pilgrimage.
The Arctic’s primitive beauty cloaks you within an atmosphere whose elements’ essence begins to make sense. Rugged, mythical mountains that rise from the sea; enchanting fishing villages; fjords and imposing gems in ice. They all dominate Norway’s magnetism as Sami country and a land of the midnight sun.
Ártico Noruego. Recorrido privado en zódiacs
Hop on a private zodiac raft and head to the Arctic region’s fjords, in search of white-tailed eagles; or opt for a boat expedition to see fantastic glacier tongues up close.
Ártico Noruego. Pasar la noche en una isla privada de las Islas Lofoten
Spend the night on a private island in the Lofoten archipelago…or in a polar camp in the middle of the Norwegian Arctic.
Ártico Noruego. Paseos en canoas a motor
Take a motor-canoe trip through Norway’s Laponia-region valleys, its salmon-producing rivers and huge northern forests home to red firs and birches.
Ártico Noruego. Alcanzar la costa este en equipados con motos de nieve
Jump on a snowmobile to reach the east coast in search of highly endangered polar bears.
Ártico Noruego. Navegar durante una semana en velero privado
Take a week-long private sailboat voyage, or board a vintage nineteenth-century schooner, to cruise glacial seas as did the explorers of yore.
Ártico Noruego. Descubrir el santuario de lobos del Ártico
Discover the Arctic wolves sanctuary in operation for twenty years as a refuge for animals that manage to survive mass commercial hunting.
Ártico Noruego. Descubrir una antigua estación de radio
The abandoned radio station in Svalbard is a kick!
Ártico Noruego. Llegar en trineos de perros a las cuevas de hielo
Dogsled to ice caves and admire the hues of ice-forms thousands of years old.
Recommended travel time: Summer
Norway is subject to two different weather patterns. In the interior the weather is largely Arctic, with gelid winters, plenty of snow and wind, but somewhat warmer in the summer. At the coasts the climate is more moderate due to the nearby Gulf Stream.
In Svolvær, the midnight sun remains above the horizon from late May to the middle of June; from early December to early January the sun never rises.
The best time for travel to the Norwegian Arctic is in summer, during whose sunny days temperatures are more moderate. The sun shines 24 hours a day in summer, offering you a personal experience with the famed midnight sun.
Sail to fjords in Norway’s north, aboard a floating hotel.
The Vulkana hotel, anchored in the attractive city of Tromsø, once a 1950s dragnet fishing boat, has now been refashioned as a “floating spa” that boasts a therapeutic area in the hull, a Zen salon, sauna and outdoor jacuzzi. Sailing these freezing waters is a once-in-a-lifetime experience of the serenity that only nature can provide.
In addition to wellness and other on-board pleasures, you’ll also get a rare glimpse of the midnight sun, or indeed the dazzling northern lights, as you munch on the best local fish and shellfish.
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