Made for the future - join us today! In the summer of 2021, we launched a hybrid-electric catamaran to roam the Arctic waters. With our new vessel you can join an exciting and more environmentally friendly boat trip, to the Nordenskiöld glacier, and the fascinating Russian town Pyramiden.
Made for the future - join us today! In the summer of 2021,we launched a hybrid-electric catamaran to roam the Arctic waters. With our new vessel you can join an exciting and more environmentally friendly boat trip to the Russian settlement Barentsburg.
Combine comfort and efficiency on our electric bike tour, enabling you to see a range of Longyearbyen's sights while getting close to nature. The birdlife is at its best during the summer months, and silently moving through the wilderness will bring you close to the action. Electric bicycles are the perfect way to explore the sealed and unsealed roads around Longyearbyen.
Over the last summers, the massive and powerful walrus have made a new base in beautiful Borebukta, and Hurtigruten Svalbard invites you on an unforgettable open boat tour to visit these curious animals. After a safety briefing, the captain will take you out into the Isfjord.
What could be better than experiencing the unique Arctic landscape from a mountain top? Surrounded by magnificent outlook in all directions, this is a hike you should not miss!
Are you ready for views that will take your breath away? From Breinosa you will enjoy a fantastic outlook over Adventdalen and Isfjorden. A great trip for the active explorer.
This is a great hike which gives you a different view to those you can experience close to Longyearbyen. We will jump in a boat and cross the Adventfjord, arriving at Revneset after about 10 minutes.
Head back in time and hunt for the most unique Svalbard souvenirs! Hidden in the moraine near Longyearbreen, the closest glacier to town, we can find 60 million year old fossils.
The distance between civilisation and the wilderness is short, especially by speed boat. Experience it on this tour to Von Postbreen. At the head of the Tempelfjord you will find this glacier, together with its surging brother, Tunabreen, and also see its nearest neighbours - the mighty mountain ‘Tempelet’, and the trapper’s cabin Villa Fredheim - all in the realm of the polar bear.
When you first fly into Longyearbyen, you will be greeted by the unique mountains that gave ‘Spitsbergen’ its name. The special formation of the peaks reveals horizontal layers through the mountains, whilst erosion creates vertical runs on the sides.
A short boat trip out into the Isfjord, between Longyearbyen and Barentsburg, you will find Fuglefjella. Above a narrow stone beach the cliffs rise from the sea, 500 metres up, nearly vertically, and the steep slopes are home to thousands of birds each summer. Join us on an exciting open boat tour which combines birds and wildlife with the island’s interesting history.
Wilderness and history are both central to Svalbard as we know it today. An obvious example of this is Grumant, which was the largest settlement on post-war Svalbard, but which now lies abandoned at the foot of a 500m high cliff, covered with thousands of nesting birds.
Many associate dog sledding with winter and freezing temperatures, but the dogs need exercise during the summer months as well, and our custom-built dog sledge on wheels is a perfect way for both two- and fourlegged to get out and enjoy the beautiful Svalbard scenery.
Enjoy the beautiful coastal scenery whilst the guide drives the big wagon, pulled by strong sled dogs along the path to the west of Longyearbyen.
NOTE! Due to road work in Bjørndalen, this trip takes place temporarily in Adventdalen.
Join us on a beautiful evening trip out on the Icefjord with MS Bard. The midnight sun shines beautifully in the evenings and makes this a magical trip. There is no point in going to bed early when you are in Longyearbyen in the summer, and this is a perfect evening trip. The sea is full of wildlife and here the birds will fly along the boat. If you are extra lucky you will also get to experience whales.
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