Join us for a tour outside the box. Amazing light conditions, great motives and time. Time you can use to take your perfect picture.
Start your stay in Svalbard with a pleasant and comfortable trip by minibus around Longyearbyen and in the surrounding areas with a local guide, who happily will continue the guiding over a meal after the drive in the minibus is over.
During the beer tasting we will also tell you about the brewing process, what we do, where it’s being sold, and of course give you tasters of the world’s only Arctic beer.
We bring you out to the local wildlife in and around Longyearbyen. Our primary focus, on this tour, is the Arctic fox, Svalbard rock ptarmigan, Svalbard Reindeer, Little auk and to find the good views for eyes and / or camera. Our wildlife focus depends on the season and which species that are in the area at the moment.
2-hour sightseeing. We drive around Longyearbyen, across the valley towards Gruve 7, and towards the airport and Mine 3. The guide focuses on what we see and will answer questions, as well as tell about Longyearbyen’s history, from the beginning of the mining to the present modern society.
Go back in time and learn how the mining community of Longyearbyen started more than a hundred years ago!
Appreciate the high peaks and views from the summits of the mountains in Longyearbyen. Though our town is small, it is surrounded by natural skycrapers- mountains! There are daily trips that go to different mountains in Longyearbyen.
Get a closer experience with Svalbard’s magnificient nature with multi-day trips. There are several expeditions offered both in the summer and winter.
What best way to start your polar adventure than to learn the history of the place? Get to know how Longyearbyen started as a mining community while the guide takes you to the most interesting parts of of our town.
Join these photo safari tours for more chances of capturing Svalbard’s unique wildlife such as reindeers and arctic fox. The guide will take you to the most picturesque part of Longyearbyen, where chances of seeing wildlife are higher.