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Agent Training Arctic

From the northern tip of Scandinavia to the easternmost coast of Russia, the remotest corners of Canada and the mystical North Pole, the Arctic is the ultimate BIG adventure and a dream ticket to the world’s wildest frontiers.

The first major attempts to reach the North Pole were in the 19th century by Fredrik Albert Cook

and Robert Peary, both claiming to be the first to reach the Pole in 1908/9 - a fact still debated to

this very day. In the spirit of these early adventurers, Chimu Adventures offers Arctic Cruises to the

High North, including Spitsbergen (Norway), Greenland, Iceland, the Canadian Arctic, Russian Arctic and the North Pole.



The Arctic is the perfect destination for travelers seeking to experience the adventure of a lifetime, it is one of the world’s most extraordinary regions famous for its dramatic landscapes, uninhabited valleys and fascinating wildlife.A destination for wildlife-lovers and explorers.



With Chimu Adventures we travel to 5 different and unique regions in the Arctic: The Canadian, Russian and Norwegian Arctic, Greenland and Iceland. To find more information on the individual destinations, whats to see, when to go, and how to get there, please visit the pages below.


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What To See
WHEN&WHERE?

The Arctic consists of many regions - read here what to see when and where for the ultimate adventure.

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Canada

Beyond Canada’s continental north lays the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, with over 36,000 islands deep within the Arctic Circle.

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Greenland

Unique, spectacular and dramatically beautiful, Greenland is dominated by a vast ice cap that covers 80% of the island.

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Iceland

Glaciers, Northern Lights, Waterfalls - Iceland is hitting the headlines and is a must for every travelers bucket-list.

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Russia&North Pole

Only a few places in the world have stirred the hearts of explorers more than the North Pole and the remote Russian Arctic.

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Spitsbergen

The only inhabited island on Svalbard with more polar bears than people, Spitsbergen is an unrivalled Arctic destination.

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