Come with us to chase the northern light.
This Northern Light photo-safari takes us leisurely into Adventdalen, where we wait to hopefully with a little luck will be able to watch the colourful lights dancing in the sky.
Maybe Aurora Borealis? Dog sledding with overnight at dog yard Overnight in a hut by the dog farm with dogsledding the silence will reign all night. Maybe the dogs will give you amaizing consert. We will use dogwagon intil the snow arrives.
Take the whole family along, and join us on an exciting snowcat trip as we hunt for the northern lights. The snowcat is impossible to miss when it parks outside your hotel, but as soon as you have exchanged the town for the wilderness, the vehicle will seem very small, and the wilderness very big. An aurora hunt by snowcat is a great way for people of all ages to leave civilisation behind. The trip is not physically demanding, and is also suitable for children.
Experience the magic of being out in the wilderness at 78 degrees north! Our northern lights evening at Camp Barentz is a very special experience that you really should enjoy during your stay in Longyearbyen. As we leave town and drive into the Advent Valley your anticipation increases. The mountains on either side of the valley loom over us like giants, hardly visible in the polar night – or bathed in moonlight and the green glow of the aurora. What awaits us at the end of the road?
Visiting the area around the Tempelfjord and Sassendalen valley during the Polar Night is a wonderful experience that gives you a real sense of being at one with nature. We will heat up our lavvu for lunch and storytelling in a historical setting surrounded by wild nature.
Join us on a snowmobile safari over the frozen river delta in the Advent Valley to a natural ice phenomenon known by the Inuits as “pingos”. We leave the artificial light of Longyearbyen and enter the dark landscape illuminated by the snow, moon and stars. Remember to look up in case the Northern Lights appear.