Traverse the depth and breadth of the iconic Bering Strait and venture deep into the two distinct worlds it joins. Encounter the rich culture of Provideniya, “the Gateway to the Arctic,” before exploring the Pribilof Islands, a naturalist’s paradise
sometimes referred to as "the Galápagos of the North.” From those lively breeding grounds continue on to explore the dynamic history, culture, and natural wonders of the remote islands along Alaska’s rugged coast
Spend a week at this unique Canadian Arctic Wilderness Lodge and world-class beluga whale and Polar Bear observation site. Situated 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle, the lodge offers fully-guided opportunities for hiking, kayaking, zodiac cruising and exploring the Arctic tundra in all-terrain vehicles
If there is such a thing as a 'classic Arctic' expedition cruise, this is it. You'll get all the best of Spitsbergen, by exploring the western edge of the island and venturing to some northern outlying areas home to polar bears and walrus. With 11 days on board the intimate Ocean Nova you'll come across colonies of seabirds numbering into the thousands and watch for whales in the water. Packed with options for snowshoeing and sea-kayaking, this is the perfect expedition for exploring the 'wildlife capital of the Arctic'
Explore the amazing wild Scotland as we enter a world full of booming sea caves, puffins, basking sharks and playful dolphins. We’ll visit the World Heritage-listed site in St Kilda and its rocky outliers that are home to breeding seals, some of European’s largest seabird colonies, fantastic sea stacks and derelict crofts, where hardy islanders, once lived. This voyage offers a great chance to travel back to ancient times as we visit 5000-year old archaeological wonders like Skara Brae and the exquisite Italian Chapel