Arctic tours offer an extraordinary adventure for those seeking to explore the pristine beauty of the Arctic region. With its breathtaking landscapes, mesmerising wildlife, and unique cultural experiences, an Arctic tour is a once-in-a-lifetime journey that will leave you with unforgettable memories.
Embarking on an Arctic trip allows you to witness the raw magnificence of nature, from towering icebergs to vast glaciers. Sailing through icy waters on specialised vessels provides an intimate connection with the Arctic environment.
Our Arctic tours often include opportunities to witness the incredible wildlife that inhabits the region. From polar bears and Arctic foxes to majestic whales and seabird colonies, the Arctic is home to a rich and diverse ecosystem. Expert guides accompany you, providing fascinating insights into the wildlife and their natural habitats, as well as stories and traditions of the region.
It is a journey that allows you to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of modern life and reconnect with the raw, untouched beauty of our planet. Prepare to be captivated by the Arctic’s majestic landscapes, its awe-inspiring wildlife, and the warmth of its people. An Arctic tour will undoubtedly be an adventure of a lifetime.
Each sailing operator has its own cancellation and refund rules. Please see our Deposit and Cancellation policy for further details.
Do I need specialist sailing insurance?
Generally yes, but we recommend checking with your current travel insurer. We can also direct you to appropriate insurers who will be able to provide the right cover. Contact us for our recommendations.
How do I get there?
Each trip listing gives advice on how to get to and from your adventure. Usually, any travel to and from the vessel is your responsibility; we’ve teamed up with a global travel operator to make this easier for you. If you are unsure of anything regarding travel, please contact us to help you.
Are Kraken sailing trips suitable for solo travellers?
Generally, YES! Solo travellers may travel alone, but on arrival they become part of the crew. If a trip isn’t suitable for solo travellers you’ll find we will say so on the trip’s listing page.