You should choose to go on a boat trip if you want to see and explore the majestic, wild, and untouched nature of the Arctic! There are several offers of trips that let you explore Isfjorden, see glaciers, and visit neighboring towns.
Have you booked your stay directly with us, either through our website or e-mail? Remember that we offer 5% off on activities with our Preferred Partners!
OBS! We strongly discourage our guests, customers, and bookers to visit the Russian settlements, Pyramiden and Barenstburg, or to book or purchase any activities and services that have to do with the Russian state-owned company Trust Arcticugol. The encouragement to cease/stop purchasing these services is due to the ongoing inhuman invasion of Ukraine by Russia. For more information, see the media release from Svalbard Tourism Council and Visit Svalbard.
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Join us on a trip to Ny-Ålesund, a former mining town and gateway to the Arctic. This was the starting point for famous explorers’ race to the North pole. Roald Amundsen, known as the first person to reach both to the South- and North pole, used Ny-Ålesund as his base when he journeyed to the pole in 1926 with the Airship NORGE.
Join an exciting journey with us and visit Ny Ålesund. Our new hybrid boat Kvitbjørn has its own captain and a guide. On the way up we hope to see exciting wildlife and enjoy the beautiful nature.
Experience the walrus on our RIB boat tour to Borebukta, where these fascinating marine mammals are often observed on the ice in front of the glacier, in the water, and on land. Here, you will also encounter mighty glacier fronts and a distinctive fjord and mountain landscape.
Spring has arrived in Svalbard and the teeming wildlife adds an extra dimension to boat trips at this time of year. We cross the Isfjord and set course for Borebukta, where the fascinating marine mammals can often be observed in colonies on the ice in front of the glaciers or swimming in the fjord.