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  • Journey to the North Pole on an icebreaker ship
  • Travel to some of the least-visited locations on the planet
  • Explore wild Franz Josef land
  A Russia Arctic cruise is the dream of true explorers, those that eschew tropical beaches and sunsets in favor of elemental landscapes, challenges and wildlife encounters. Traveling to the Antarctic can be done by anyone these days - after all, you just need to make your way to Ushuaia with enough cash to afford an Antarctic passage. An Arctic cruise from Russia? That’s a whole different story. Arctic cruises usually begin from the Russian city of Murmansk, a rough-and-ready place in far north Russia. From there, it takes three days to cross the Arctic Ocean to the ‘top of the world’, where you’ll be able to stand where few people have stood before. Three days journeying in 24-hour sunshine, spotting whales breaching in iceberg-filled lagoons, walruses stretching on the rocks and polar bears hunting. On the way back the ship calls at Franz Josef Land, a remote archipelago that is even further north than Svalbard. There you’ll be able to enjoy the wild nature of the High Arctic, before making your way back.   Now, if this isn’t the adventure of a lifetime I don’t know what is. Come and plan your Russia Arctic cruise with us!