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Arctic
The Arctic Circle is shared by more than half a dozen countries and inhabited by indigenous peoples. Sailing from Svalbard, Iceland, or Greenland on specially built polar expedition ships is one of life’s great adventures, with a rare chance to see polar bear and to reach the North Pole.
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Northern Lights
Flickering curtains of green, red, yellow, or blue dance on the night sky; Mother Nature’s spectacular light show is simply breathtaking, an elusive, magical phenomenon. Some people say the Northern Lights can be so bright that you can read a newspaper by them.
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Our Favourite Adventures
Exploring the stark and beautiful Arctic landscapes from the tundra of Iceland and Canada, or cruising round the ice caps of Spitsbergen and Greenland, you will traverse some of the emptiest, loneliest, and coldest places on earth. The Arctic hosts some of Journeysmiths’ favourite adventures.
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Polar bears
For most travellers, the word Arctic summons up just one image in their minds: polar bear. If these magnificent creatures are on your “must see” list, you had better go now. As the Arctic sea ice melts due to the effects of global warming, who knows for how long they will survive?
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Arctic by boat
The Arctic is a formidable and unforgiving place, and one of the most treacherous stretches of water on Earth, but it is also stunningly beautiful. Let it inspire the true explorer within you to experience its icy wilderness first hand.
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The North Pole
Say North Pole and most people think of Santa, but there is much more to the northernmost point on Earth than snow and Father Christmas. Intrepid travellers have ventured here to see arctic wildlife under the glimmer of the aurora borealis or midnight sun on top of the world.