Why Svalbard?


Did you know that there are more polar bears than humans living in Svalbard?

The polar bear population in the archipelago and the Barents Sea is around 3,000.

Take a tour to explore the magnificent nature of Svalbard - and if you are lucky enough you will even be able to spot a polar bear along the way.


Shine your way through the tunnels of a coal mine where back in the days people looked for “the black gold”.

Discover in our tours the mining settlements and learn about the past, but also present, of one of the industries that shaped the history of the archipelago.


Did you know that Svalbard is the only inhabited place in the world where you can see the Northern Lights also during the daytime?

Naturally, you can see the aurora borealis in the evening or at night, but in Svalbard the darkness of the Polar Night enables you to witness it during daytime too.

Join any of our tours to get amazed by this incredible phenomenon.


The history of Svalbard is marked by many exciting expeditions.

Discover the incredible stories visiting the North Pole Expedition museum and the Svalbard museum in Lonyearbyen.


Svalbard is the northernmost year-round settlement on Earth. 

A once-in-a-lifetime experience for those who dare!


Every March, Longyearbyen becomes the scenario of The Sun Festival Week.

Locals and visitors take part of this annual festivity and its concerts, lectures, art exhibitions and even religious services with the purpose of celebrating “the return of the sun”.

Travel with us to Svalbard and be part of this memorable experience.