Cruise along with Arctic wildlife

SPEND eight days observing polar bears, seals, reindeer and birds on a cruise along Spitsbergen's remote iceberg-lined coast.

Cruising under the midnight sun, Bentours' Realm of the Polar Bear circumnavigates the Arctic island in the northernmost part of Norway, visiting ice-covered fjords, spectacular glaciers and remote mining towns. The voyage provides plenty of opportunities to see polar bears, reindeer, seals, walrus and some of the richest birdlife in the High Arctic including puffins and little auks.

It includes seven nights aboard the MS Expedition in a cabin category of choice with all meals, sightseeing, destination guide book and use of gumboots during Arctic landings from $4859 per person, twin-share.


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