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The Arctic consists of ocean surrounded by continental land masses and islands. The central Arctic Ocean is ice-covered year-round, and snow and ice are present on land for most of the year.

The southern limit of the arctic region is commonly placed at the Arctic Circle (latitude 66 degrees, 32 minutes North). The Arctic Circle is an imaginary line that marks the latitude above which the sun does not set on the day of the summer solstice (usually 21 June) and does not rise on the the day of the winter solstice (usually 21 December). North of this latitude, periods of continuous daylight or night last up to six months at the North Pole.

Scantours offers tours to the Arctic including Scandinavia, Greenland, Svalbard, Iceland and Finland. This area is equally fascinating in the summer, when the sun can shine 24 hours a day, and the winter with the amazing Northern Lights.

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South Greenland Explorer from Reykjavik - 4 Days
4 Days / 2 locations in Greenland
From $2921 Per Person Double Occupancy
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A wonderful introduction to South Greenland. Experience the quaint town of Narsaq before you travel to Narsarsuaq which borders an area which has recently been awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. There is plenty to see; from hikes to the Inland Ice Cap to remains from both the Inuit and Viking settlers that once lived in the area. View Itinerary & Departures »

Torshavn Deluxe Break from Copenhagen
3 Days / 1 locations in Faroe Islands
From $1841 Per Person Double Occupancy

For the intrepid traveller who’s prepared for ever-changing weather, the Faroe’s remote landscape of unspoiled moorlands, dramatic fjords and bird-rich cliffs are rewarding. Especially when it is cover with beautiful white snow. View Itinerary & Departures »

Try Alta and Snorrisniva Igloo Hotel
4 Days / 1 locations in Norway
From $2151 Per Person Double Occupancy
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Alta is a great choice for visitors seeking to experience the magic of the Northern Lights. Sinc year 2000 Alta has been named the city of the Northern Lights. The stable climate with many days of clear sky and the very good weather conditions are reasons why several international scientific expeditions carried out in Alta. In 1899 Kristian Birkeland built the world's first Northern Lights observatory at the top of Mt. Haldde. Visitors have always been delighted by the Northern Lights, which are also called the Aurora Borealis, and there are many myths associated with them. When visiting Alta, you can learn more about what the Northern Lights actually are and the best way of seeing them, and obviously more about the myths and stories associated with them. View Itinerary & Departures »

Volcanoes and Ice Winter, 8 Days from Reykjavik
9 Days / 2 locations in Greenland and Iceland
From $3812 Per Person Double Occupancy

A true blend of the past and the modern world. You will find all facilities of a metropolis as well as the warm friendliness of a small town. This program is suitable for travellers who do not want to change accommodation every day and for those who like to have several options of evening restaurants and city facilities at close range. View Itinerary & Departures »

Winter in the Arctic Capital
4 Days / 1 locations in Greenland
From $2054 Per Person Double Occupancy

The smallest and northernmost capital in the world awaits you. This fascinating town of contrasts, will offer you a glimpse of old Greenlandic culture and at the same time show you a modern capital with shopping possibilities, good restaurants and the beautiful Arctic nature just outside town. View Itinerary & Departures »

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