This expedition is the Arctic “jewel in the crown” as you get to experience three of the most magical destinations in the north, all in one fell swoop. In Svalbard you have polar bears, walruses, epic glaciers and sweeping vistas. In Greenland you have mountains and icebergs bigger than you can imagine, muskoxen, polar foxes, and bird life all around. And Iceland, which is literally alive due to its location straddling the mid-Atlantic ridge and therefore being very geothermally active, has an endless number of natural phenomena to see and experience as well.




Day 1 - Embark ship in Longyearbyen

Days 2 to 5 - Explore Svalbard archipelago

Days 6 to 7 - Sail the Greenland Sea

Days 8 to 11 - Eastern Greenland

Day 12  - Sail the Denmark Strait

Day 13 - Disembark in Reykjavik, Iceland

We’re happy to put together an additional add-on Iceland itinerary for you once you step off the ship if you’re interested in exploring the country by land.


She really took care of me and even arranged to have a bottle of wine appear in my room for my birthday!

When I first began talking to Heather about going to Antarctica I knew right away that I’d picked the perfect person to talk to and put my trust in. Having worked on some of the ships herself, her knowledge of the different companies, and their ships, was first rate which made my choices so much easier.

Knowing that she had been to Antarctica multiple times as part of the crew, I was able to ask her the many questions that I had and know that I could fully trust her answers. She really took care of me and even arranged to have a bottle of wine appear in my room for my birthday! I’d wholeheartedly recommend talking to Heather, and the team at Twin Tracks, if Antarctica is your dream trip.

Andrea Jordan
February 2017 on board the Hebridean Sky to Antarctica


We’re a different kind of agency. We work on the ships, with the teams, and are currently active in the polar regions. Our insider advice is truly that - straight from the field - and it's updated in real time if things change.


Everything you need to know about traveling to Antarctica. Including what time of the season is best for what you’re most keen to see.


Everything you need to know about traveling to the Arctic. Which is a bit like our proverbial backyard/second home (because we’ve lived there).


Everything you need to know about what to bring on your trip. Including unusual stuff like why you might want goggles in Antarctica, or extra batteries in Svalbard.