Shore Excursions
Arctic

Shore Excursions

Shore Excursions in the Arctic

Come with WILDFOOT and marvel at the unique wildlife and land and icescapes of this wild region at the top of the world. Our Arctic shore excursions allow you to get close to ice and nature and see wildlife such as seals, walrus, rare gulls, puffin and caribou or reindeer.


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WILDFOOT Wildlife & Adventure Specialist

0800 195 3385

Lines are open from 9am -5.30pm
Monday - Friday

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John Swindell
Senior Travel Expert

Exciting Zodiac Landings

The number of shore excursions you can expect will vary depending on the ship you choose for your Arctic expedition and the climatic conditions. Most Arctic expedition ships try to allow you to spend as much time as possible off the ship. Your Arctic excursion will take place on sturdy, inflatable Zodiac boats with small groups of around 10-12 people.

Arctic Shore Excursions

Itineraries including Greenland have more than one Arctic excursion such as Qassiarsuk in the south where Eric the Red had his settlement in the 10th century; Nuuk, the country’s oldest town and the island of Disko, where the University of Copenhagen maintains a research station. Further north, visits to towns such as Qaanaaq and Siorapaluk afford opportunities to experience the culture of the Inuits and how they mix traditional and modern lifestyles. There are always opportunities for wildlife viewing, especially birds but also musk ox, arctic hares and caribou.

Last Minute WILDFOOT Special Offer

Luxury Scotland,Norway,Bear Island & Svalbard
10% Off & Free Charter Flights!*

Book by 30th September and receive up to 10% discount off the published rates! PLUS a free all-inclusive package including charter flight from or to the Arctic and your transfer from or to the pier!

*If booked by 30th September 2017

From Price £7,650

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