Exploring the ice floes and glaciers of the high Arctic—particularly around Spitsbergen Island, the largest in the Svalbard Archipelago—can be especially serene in a kayak. The icy waters here are still, quiet, and crystal clear, and paddling near a huge blue berg is a humbling experience.
To fully appreciate the dazzling ice- and seascapes of the Arctic, getting off your ship is essential. All Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic Arctic itineraries include excursions on foot, kayaks, and Zodiacs.
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