In need of a massive adventure to look forward to? You can now book yourself on an epic journey aboard the G Expedition to Norway and the Arctic in 2022.
G Adventures has released its 2022 program of Arctic and Norway departures aboard the 134 passenger G Expedition to travellers and agents ahead of schedule.
The 12 new departures, which will run from May to September 2022, will allow travellers to explore the wonders of the Norwegian Fjords and the diverse wildlife of the Arctic peninsula and are available to book now.
“The early release of our 2022 Arctic and Norway Expedition program allows us to offer the best availability and flexibility to our travellers. With prices remaining fixed from our 2021 program, the new trips will offer those looking to rebook Expedition tours affected by COVID-19 additional choice in departure dates and cabin styles, while supporting traveller desire to book new trips further in advance,”
Adrian Piotto, Managing Director of G Adventures.
“To give travellers the confidence to book, we’ve included the Expedition departures in our Book with Confidence policy, which allows more flexibility when it comes to rebooking times, should they want to delay their trip*,” Adrian Piotto, Managing Director of G Adventures.
Having seen an increase in demand from travellers looking to book both a Norwegian and an Arctic Expedition, G Adventures has also introduced a new 22 day Norwegian Fjords and Realm of the Polar Bear tour, which departs from Edinburgh and takes in the Norwegian Fjords before journeying on to the Arctic regions of Svalbard, Spitsbergen and Longyearbyen.
More exciting 2022 Expedition departures include:
Cruise the Norwegian Fjords – 13 days, Tromsø to Edinburgh – Journey down the magical Norwegian coastline to the Scottish Isles, visiting UNESCO World Heritage sites, quaint fishing villages and venturing into the breathtaking fjords.
Realm of the Polar Bear – 8 days, Longyearbyen to Longyearbyen – As part of the Jane Goodall Collection, this eight-day Arctic tour allows travellers to explore the land we only dare to visit a few months of the year. Expect close up encounters with icebergs, glaciers, and some of the region’s most hard-to-spot wildlife.
Arctic Highlights – 15 days, Longyearbyen to Reykjavik – From the awe-inspiring landscapes and compelling history of Northwest Spitsbergen National Park to the majestic waters of the Greenland Sea – home to minke whales, orcas and humpbacks – this two-week Expedition has it all.
For more details on tours aboard the G Expedition, click here.
*Terms and conditions apply.
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