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  • Spot a Polar Bear in Greenland

Why is the Arctic a great place for single/solo travellers?

An Arctic vacation is rightfully considered an ultimate escape and a getaway from it all, which makes it an especially appealing destination for solo travellers. They have a chance to discover a part of the planet least explored by regular tourists while being in the company of like-minded people and adventure enthusiasts. Moreover, some itineraries to Greenland are offered on a vessel  that has multiple cabins dedicated to single travellers. Open dining concept during meal times on many cruise ships allows travellers to mingle with ease and connect with fellow explorers. 

What are the top activities for solo travellers in the Arctic? 

The top activity for solo travellers will certainly be a visit to the North Pole. However, one might argue that a polar plunge (certainly for the bravest) in the Arctic waters will be the most memorable experience to have. Solo travellers will also enjoy hiking in the rugged and barely touched terrain or zodiac cruising up close to the glaciers and more exciting excursions that certainly will be done with a group of like-minded, passionate travellers and nature lovers.

 

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  • Northwest Passage: In the Footsteps of Franklin

    Wind your way through icy channels along the legendary Northwest Passage on this compelling 17-day Arctic adventure. Journeying about the brand-new vessel, Ultramarine, you’ll retrace the steps of the Franklin Expedition and explore the northern waterways and communities of Canada’s High Arctic.
    Duration:
    17 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 21,890
    Trip Type:
    Active & Adventurous, Cruises & Sailing, Single Friendly
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