As the temperatures heat up in many parts of the world, cruisers are taking voyages to the Earth’s polar regions to cool off. Many off them are making these trips on National Geographic vessels, and they’re having amazing times seeing gorgeous landscapes and experiencing once-in-a-lifetime activities.
What’s it Like on a National Geographic Cruise to the Polar Regions?
National Geographic Cruises to the Polar Regions take travelers to stunning destinations filled with ice-covered tundra and rarely seen wildlife. They feature treasured opportunities lead by expert teams of naturalists who use many skills, and tools, to show passengers places and happenings that are not typically experienced first hand.
On a National Geographic Cruise to the Polar Regions, you might visit the Arctic Peninsula and view large incandescent icebergs or you may walk through crowds of penguins who gather in the Falkland Islands and South Georgia. Some National Geographic Cruises to the Polar Regions head toward the ice floes in Svalbard, where polar bear viewing is quite common. Other polar region cruises with National Geographic Cruises venture to similar scenic spots where wilderness is pristine and inspiration is all around.
Wondering specifically what you’ll experience on a National Geographic Cruise to the Polar Regions? You’ll be sailing with acclaimed scientists, taking classes and attending lectures on your ship, and making tons of memories on comfy small vessels that are filled with amenities for an amazing cruise.
The following are some of the National Geographic Cruises to the Polar Regions that you can adventure on:
- Land of the Polar Bears. This cruise journeys to the high Arctic Archipelago, which sits between the North Pole and Norway. It lets travelers spend time in Svalbard, where snow-capped mountains, deep fjords, and gigantic sheets of ice provide homes for many polar bears.
- Epic 80-Degree North. National Geographic Cruises’ Epic 80-Degree North cruise takes place aboard the National Geographic Explorer, a state-of-the-art ship that provides a luxury temporary home to cruisers who want to explore new frontiers on a long-lasting, far-reaching, trip to the Baffin Island and Lancaster Sound in the Arctic.
To learn more details about these two National Geographic Cruises to the Polar Regions, and to book a cruise, you can visit the National Geographic Cruises website.