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Best Cruise Lines

You have 1 choices. Silversea Cruises is the cheapest, and Silversea Cruises has the most options.

Best Departure port

You have 6 choices. Longyearbyen, Svalbard (Norway) has the cheapest cruises, Reykjavik, Iceland has the most departures.

What To Expect

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An Arctic Cruise that will take you out for an icy adventure is one of the most exciting vacations that many travelers will ever experience. Imagine enjoying the snow covered scenery in this magical part of the world as well as learning all the ancient history of countries such like Norway, Iceland and Scotland. As well as its wintery weather, you'll be able to enjoy some of the most famous sights in the world such as the amazing natural phenomenon called Aurora Borealis or the Northern Lights.

A cruise to the Arctic will also let you enjoy the famous Land of the Midnight Sun, where at certain times of the year the sun never sets, and any nature lovers can also spend time spotting snowy polar bears as well as whales. Keen birdwatchers will also be in for a treat here thanks to the huge range of majestic species on show, and you can go ashore and explore shimmering glaciers and other picture-perfect winter destinations.

Anyone who loves snowy weather, winter wildlife, and the chance to hike in some of the most rugged yet exquisite terrain in on the planet will find an Arctic Cruise offers everything they are looking for and more.

Cruises to Arctic
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Silversea Cruises $13100 9

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1) When is the best time to visit the Arctic?

Generally the best time to visit is from June to July when you can see some of the prettiest icy and snowy conditions in the country. As the ice is still intact at this time there is a high chance of spotting varied wildlife. The period from July to August is also a good pick however as many channels are easier to navigate as some of the ice has melted. You can also visit from August and September as the weather can be unpredictable at this time.

2) What clothes should I pack for an Arctic Cruise?

As the weather will be cold, it is recommended that you bring warm clothes with you such jeans, long pants, and sweaters. You will also want to bring waterproof layers such as jackets as well as hats and enclosed walking shoes. A good tip for packing is to bring lots of layers that you can adapt depending on the temperature.

3) What kind of terrain can I expect when I go ashore as part of an Arctic Cruise?

Bear in mind that when you go ashore, the terrain is likely to be rugged and designated hiking paths may not exist. Much of the landscape will be covered in snow and as such you will need to wear appropriate footwear and clothing. To go ashore, you will need to have a reasonably good level of fitness although activities can sometimes be tailored to individual needs.

4) Will I see polar bears on an Arctic Cruise?

There is a high chance that you will get to see polar bears in the wild. Staff and crew are experts at spotting polar bears in their natural environment and will do their utmost to make sure that visitors experience these graceful creatures as part of their experience. If you want to have the best chance of seeing a polar bear then consider booking from June to July when the ice has yet to melt.

What are the best cruise lines for Arctic cruises ?

The best cruiselines depends on what you’re looking for and who you’re traveling with! You’ll be able to choose from cruise lines like Silversea Cruises

How long are Arctic cruises ?

The average length is 15 nights, but you’ll be able to choose from 9-night cruises, 25-night cruises

Are cruises to Arctic expensive ?

It will depend on the room you choose, but the average cruise to Arctic is $25685. You can get prices as low as $13100, but it can also go up to $50600.

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