Adventure Life Reviews New Arctic Holidays and Cruises for 2012

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Adventure Life reviews several new Arctic holidays for 2012, including exciting expedition cruises and Arctic safaris. For more information on Arctic travel, call 800-344-6118.

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Experience the magical land of icy fjords, jagged mountains, and immense glaciers on an Arctic adventure cruise or land-based safari.

Arctic expedition cruises can guide travelers beyond the Arctic Circle through dramatic ice floes to intense natural beauty and unique cultures that have survived one of the most extreme environments on Earth.

The award-winning adventure tour operator Adventure Life specializes in Arctic holidays and is offering an array of exciting new Arctic travel itineraries for 2012. Travelers can experience the landscape of icy fjords, rugged mountains, and colossal glaciers on one of the company's many Arctic cruises, or opt for a land-based Arctic safari that offers a alternative way to access the geography and wildlife of the region. For more information on Arctic holidays, call Adventure Life at 800-344-6118.

“Our guests experience the renowned landscapes of Greenland, Iceland, Canada, Norway, Finland, Russia, Scottish Isles, and the North Pole aboard some of the finest polar cruise ships in the industry,” said Adventure Life Operations Director Jonathan Brunger. “Or they can go a different route and explore the region in a more up-close-and-personal fashion from cabins, lodges, and safari-style camps.”

Adventure Life’s top Arctic holidays and polar cruises for 2012 include:

  •     Polar Bear Migration Fly-in Photo Safari- Building on a decade of wildlife safaris throughout the Arctic regions, Adventure Life has partnered with Arctic Kingdom and the Inuit people of Arviat to deliver the best ground level polar bear viewing experience imaginable. This five day tour departs Oct 31, 2012 and Nov 4, 2012. Additional land based tours and Arctic safaris are available throughout the summer season.
  •     Around Spitzbergen- Circumnavigating the island of Spitsbergen and other islands in the Svalbard Archipelago, this 10 day Arctic cruise onboard the ice-strengthened Antarctic Dream captures the spirit of the Arctic with educational lectures and daily zodiac landings. Several departure dates and itineraries are available.
  •     North Pole 2012 with “50 Years of Victory” - Be a part of the world's most exclusive Arctic cruise aboard 50 Years of Victory, the largest nuclear-powered icebreaker in existence. An onboard helicopter provides aerial views of the icebreaker crushing through pack ice during the most elite Arctic cruise ever offered. The 14- day trip departs twice in June and July 2012.

“Arctic safaris are designed to allow travelers to spend as much time as possible experiencing Arctic wildlife via zodiac boat, on foot, or by snowmobile,” said Brunger. “Arctic expedition cruises can guide travelers beyond the Arctic Circle through dramatic ice floes to intense natural beauty and unique cultures that have survived one of the most extreme environments on Earth.”

For more information on Arctic holidays and polar cruises, call 800-344-6118.

About Adventure Life:

Adventure Life was founded in 1999 with a commitment to providing quality small group tours that have a positive impact on the local culture and environment. With more than 100 adventures in South and Central America, Adventure Life’s trips explore local culture, ecology and life from remote villages, to bustling city markets, to the wildest jungles and mountains. The company’s grassroots approach to travel utilizes local guides, family run hotels, and the local transportation infrastructure. Adventure Life is headquartered in Missoula, Montana, U.S.A, with partners throughout South and Central America. Adventure Life also offers the broadest selection of specialized expedition cruise services to the world’s most remote destinations. For more information or Adventure Life reviews, "like" Adventure Life on Facebook.


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