Experience the magic of the Arctic on a land-based expedition, travelling through stunning, wide open landscapes of ice and snow.
You’ll also discover an incredible array of life, from whales and walrus to polar bears and seals. Your journey is led by local Inuit guides, so you’ll have the opportunity to visit traditional communities as well as immerse yourself in a rich, ancient culture that has thrived in this amazing environment for centuries. Transport is by snowmobile and dogsled, with the option to kayak, hike and even dry suit dive during your trip.
Arctic Kingdom specialise in highly personalised explorations, thus group sizes are strictly limited to between 8 and 14 participants. Itineraries are flexible to make the most of climatic conditions and wildlife-viewing opportunities; as such, no two trips are ever the same. You might even find the odd world-renowned explorer or National Geographic photographer joining your departure.
Accommodation at the edge of the ice floe is in comfortable, eco-friendly camps furnished with cosy beds. Hearty meals are prepared by skilled chefs, with an emphasis on Arctic ingredients such as summer berries and caribou. You might even get the chance to drop a line through a hole in the ice and fish for your own dinner!