Friday, April 10, 2020

Traveling The Arctic And Beyond

Many vacations like warm beaches or tropical paradises, but for people who prefer the cold lands closer to the poles, offer amazing adventures. All options provide remarkable beauty, diverse wildlife and culture, and a chance to view the magical northern lights.


If you want to stay in the United States, Alaska has wondrous sites to see. Only the northern part of Alaska is above the Arctic circle, but you can enjoy the whole country. You may want to do a cruise and see whales, or in the fishing season, Alaska fishing trips Ketchikan AK. There is also a lot of wildlife to see inland, including wolves, moose, and bears.


Scandinavia is in Northern Europe and consists of Norway, Sweden, and Finland. You can visit these countries to experience their rich cultures and landscapes. Tromso, in Norway, is one of the best places in Scandinavia to see the northern lights, and even some reindeer! Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, is home to the Icebar, a permanent bar carved from 40 tons of ice. You can also visit the Ice Hotel in JukkasjÀrvi – 200 km north of the Arctic Circle.


If you want a more exotic experience, you may want to try Russia. For just over 15,000 dollars, you can do the Smithsonian Tour, "Arctic Explorer by Private Train." You tour the two most known cities of Russia, Moscow, and St. Petersberg. You'll also attend a choral concert in a historic church, cross the arctic circle, and enjoy a classic sleigh ride. This luxury train tour will educate you on Russian and Scandinavian history and culture and stun you with its countrysides.
Northern countries offer nature and beauty, similar to no other. Consider these lands when planning your next traveling schedule, and you will be astonished at the beauty.

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