A taste of local life
Our state-of-the-art snowmobiles are the ideal way to witness nature in its purest expression. On land, you might spot rare wildlife like polar bears, reindeers, arctic foxes, and a wide range of seabirds. Coming down from the mountains, you might see whales, dolphins, seals, and walruses that roam the ocean, making their sightings worth the journey.
To balance things off, you’ll get to cozy up in luxurious hotels and cabins after our rides. Delicious local food abounds in Svalbard with local delicacies like reindeer jerky, smoked whale, or the local gamebird ptarmigan–impossible to find outside the island. And for a special dining experience, a stop at the famous restaurant Huset puts an extravagant spin on traditional food.
When taking a break from gliding through the mountains, you can catch a glimpse of the northern lights, relax in Iceland’s most famous geothermal pool, go hot spring hopping, or come dine with the locals. From the hustle and bustle of the capital Reykjavík, you can experience the charming local community of one of Iceland’s small fishing towns, Akureyri.
Local cuisine consists of simple, pure dishes that focus on freshness and nourishing ingredients: fresh-caught seafood, lava salt butter, creamy Skyr, fermented shark, and free-range lamb. And make sure you save some room for dessert!