Ursus Maritimus – King of the Arctic

 

This snowmobile trip goes to the magnificent east coast, where the nature is untouched and the land frozen solid. A view that is hard to describe. You don’t want to miss this amazing experience.

There are about 3000 polar bears in Svalbard during the winter months. However, it is not easy to spot one of these fantastic creatures. The best chance of seeing one, is on the east coast of Spitsbergen. To get there we need to drive through one of the largest valleys of Svalbard and across the glaciers towards the east. At the top of the glaciers we will stop to admire the view of Barents- and Edgeøya.

After a long, but easy ride on the snowmobile, we will arrive at the east coast. Here we need to be on guard. This is the realm of the polar bears. We don’t have permission to track down polar bears, but if we use our binoculars we might get the opportunity to observe these majestic creatures from a safe distance.

Sea ice and huge icebergs as far as the eyes can see, and enormous glacier fronts advancing into the sea. Here we will enjoy the deafening silence and the magnificence of nature. This is Svalbard.

We require a minimum of 2 persons on this trip.


NOK 3490,-

(Passenger 2490,-)
  • From 11.02.2018 – 22.05.2018
  • Trip starts 08:00
  • Duration 10 hours
  • Previous snowmobile experience recommended, long day trip.

 

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“Very cold, no bears, one of the best trips of my life.”                                                            – Hnuuufubakur on TripAdvisor

 

“Better Moments provided a warm homemade meat and tomato stew for lunch, which was much better than freeze dried meals…”                                                                                                          – John P on TrisAdvisor

 

“Seeing polar bears in their natural habitat is amazing and something you can’t achieve without having an experienced guide.”                                                                                                           – Thomashunger on TripsAdvisor