Trip reference number: WTFNO1
Trip Operator: Sunvil
The high-Arctic archipelago of Svalbard can normally see the first snow of the season and the return of the Aurora Borealis as early as September. At 1000km south of the North Pole this, surprisingly, well-connected destination can offer a 'winter' experience at the height of our autumn. As the UK moves into winter, Svalbard is experiencing the period of the polar night when the sun does not rise above the horizon. This is a magical period of the year when twinkling stars, moonlight and the waves of candlelight accompany you on your journey. At this time of year it is possible to observe the graceful waves of the northern lights during the day.
This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website
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