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Building on 125 years of experience, Hurtigruten Expeditions offers big adventures aboard small ships, exploring over 250 spectacular destinations in more than 30 countries worldwide. Hurtigruten Expeditions introduced the world’s first battery-hybrid powered cruise ships, with sustainability and exploration at heart for modern-day explorers.
From polar regions to warm waters, discover with the pioneer in expedition travel.
Famous for the unique nature and wildlife, this isolated archipelago has mesmerized travellers and scientists for centuries. All Hurtigruten Expeditions cruises to Galapagos are carbon neutral, and guest will contribute directly to the protection of biodiverse forests in northwestern Ecuador. With departures all year round in 2022, you too can experience an in-depth adventure that is truly beyond imagination.
The warm water adventures continue with Hurtigruten Expeditions’ new itineraries to the Canary Islands and Madeira. An expedition cruise to Cape Verde and the Bissagos Islands combines unique cultures and rare wildlife in one constantly fascinating journey. From rocky volcanic promontories teeming with endemic bird life in Cape Verde, to saltwater lagoons and mangrove swamps in Bissagos’ Orango National Park, Hurtigruten Expeditions’ small expedition ship and fleet of expedition boats make these islands accessible for your discovery.
Rarely visited by outsiders for decades, Russia’s enigmatic White Sea retains an air of mystery. On this novel expedition cruise you’ll witness old Soviet era monuments and discover the haunting beauty of this fascinating and pristine region. Immerse yourself in remote landscapes, see the remarkable nature and explore the fascinating ports and cities of this remote yet history-soaked region.
Hurtigruten Digital Magazine: Issue 5 – Adventure in Remote Archipelagos
Explorers have been captivated by remote tropical islands for centuries. They are time capsules of ancient civilisations, saviours for stricken sailors and in the case if the Galapagos Islands, they are still as ecologically diverse today as they were over 100-years ago.
In this exciting new issue, we adventure to remote archipelagos and explore famous islands in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans to tell the special stories of their unique fauna, incredible food cultures and the modern day eco-warriors who protect them. We also look back on the construction of an engineering marvel - the Panama Canal - which helped catapult humanity rapidly toward globalisation.