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Svalbard : Que faire sur place?

Svalbard is where dreams come true! Located north of Norway, Svalbard is one of the rare places in the world where nature still prevails.  

These Norwegian islands boast exquisite backdrops that will provoke your admiration as soon as you lay your eyes on them. The endless glaciers embrace the dark blue waters of the ocean peacefully, emphasising just how far you really are from the busy city life and routine.

The wild and remote set of islands that make up Svalbard are covered in darkness during winter months, allowing you to experience something very special. The exceptional Aurora Borealis of the High Arctic! Watch stunned as the sky turns into a colourful palette enveloping you into a peaceful silence. This is the precise moment you realise that Svalbard is one of Mother Nature’s finest masterpieces.

Adventure seekers will love the mushing excursion in Svalbard, it’s a great compromise for nature and animal fans. Ride a sled and let the guides take you on a dog sledding outing to discover the enchanting Northern Lights over the dramatic glaciers. Under the brilliantly lit night sky, you’ll see the glowing white tops of mountains and endless ice. End your polar excursion with some hot wine in relaxed arctic scenery. One outing not enough? Go for the 8-day mushing expedition in the wild of Svalbard!

A hot air balloon adventure over Svalbard’s 2.100 glaciers will give you an exceptional vantage point of the sumptuous Nordic views. With approximately 90 minutes in the air, you’ll have plenty of time to take it all in. Over 50% of the surface of Svalbard is covered by glaciers and nearly 60% of the land area is wrapped up in ice – from your bird’s eye view you’ll get to see it all! Thrilling, isn’t it?

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À propos de Northern Lights Snowmobile Trip in Svalbard
« The valley where we stopped to dine and see the Aurora had zero light pollution and we were fortunate to have a clear night where the stars really popped! After about 10minutes we started to see a small trace of the aurora effect which was beautiful but faded quickly, and most of our small group retired to the warmth of the hut to relax. My daughter and I stayed outside as we were still in awe of the night sky and within another 5 minutes the show really began in earnest and lasted a good 30mins.The guide saw what was happening and quickly called everyone out of the hut to see. It was truly spectacular, directly above us covering a larger swath of the sky moving with speed and grace dancing above us with subtle color changes, then sudden grand sweeping movements that you have to see to believe. Pictures cannot do it justice, even though my daughter took some nice photos. If you have ever seen the corona of a solar eclipse, it is a similar in that the effect of the aurora while completely different than the corona, neither can be captured in photography in my opinion. I have never seen a video that does either justice. You have to see it in person! Svalbard is a great place to see it and our Adrenaline Hunter excursion was perfect! We know we were very lucky to experience this on our first trip to Svalbard, but my daughter is hooked and I am sure she will return one day with her future family to share this experience with them. Svalbard is great trip even without the lights, we met many who love this place a return often. »
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          Svalbard : Que faire sur place?

          Svalbard is where dreams come true! Located north of Norway, Svalbard is one of the rare places in the world where nature still prevails.  

          These Norwegian islands boast exquisite backdrops that will provoke your admiration as soon as you lay your eyes on them. The endless glaciers embrace the dark blue waters of the ocean peacefully, emphasising just how far you really are from the busy city life and routine.

          The wild and remote set of islands that make up Svalbard are covered in darkness during winter months, allowing you to experience something very special. The exceptional Aurora Borealis of the High Arctic! Watch stunned as the sky turns into a colourful palette enveloping you into a peaceful silence. This is the precise moment you realise that Svalbard is one of Mother Nature’s finest masterpieces.

          Adventure seekers will love the mushing excursion in Svalbard, it’s a great compromise for nature and animal fans. Ride a sled and let the guides take you on a dog sledding outing to discover the enchanting Northern Lights over the dramatic glaciers. Under the brilliantly lit night sky, you’ll see the glowing white tops of mountains and endless ice. End your polar excursion with some hot wine in relaxed arctic scenery. One outing not enough? Go for the 8-day mushing expedition in the wild of Svalbard!

          A hot air balloon adventure over Svalbard’s 2.100 glaciers will give you an exceptional vantage point of the sumptuous Nordic views. With approximately 90 minutes in the air, you’ll have plenty of time to take it all in. Over 50% of the surface of Svalbard is covered by glaciers and nearly 60% of the land area is wrapped up in ice – from your bird’s eye view you’ll get to see it all! Thrilling, isn’t it?

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