Hurtigruten Svalbard began as a small agency organising transport south for the local miners, and has today grown into the region's most experienced incoming tour operator. Based in Longyearbyen, our team are the local experts and can help you book and organise nearly everything in advance, meaning that we can help you to make your dreams a reality.
With us you can experience panoramic views over snow-covered glaciers, sunsets over the sea ice, boat trips, organised walks, ski treks, snowmobile safaris, dog sledding, kayakking and so much more. After a day out in the wilderness, come back to a cosy room in the modern town of Longyearbyen, where we offer a range of accommodation options, or join one of our expeditions and sleep in the wilderness. Our team lives in Longyearbyen, and are here all year round, meaning that we can assist you when ever you wish to visit. If you ask us which season is the best, the answer is all of them!
Our groups department have many years of experience with organising conferences, meetings and incentives for 10 -300 people, and can tailor-make a program to suit your group's needs. Svalbard is the world's northermost meeting place, and bound to excite your participants.
Great Arctic adventures become even better when combined with great food and drink. No matter whether you stay in a tent, cabin or hotel, we can offer you unique culinary experiences which can only be experienced here next to the North Pole.
We recommend guided tours to all visitors so that you can get the most out of your trip while keeping out of harm's way. Our professional tour leaders are familiar with the local area, know almost everything worth knowing about Svalbard, and are focussed on safe and secure travel. They receive specialised training in Arctic survival and polar bear safaety. Their goal is that you, as their guest, will learn something about this special area. Svalbard is stunning, but the environment can also show a fiercer side - that's why it is so fascinating.
Welcome to our world with Hurtigruten Svalbard!