The North Pole is the northernmost point on Earth, lying diametrically opposite the South Pole. It defines geodetic latitude 90° North, as well as the direction of True North. At the North Pole all directions point south; all lines of longitude converge there, so its longitude can be defined as any degree value. While the South Pole lies on a continental land mass, the North Pole is located in the middle of the Arctic Ocean amidst waters that are ...
Deposit for reservations 5 000 €
Full payment 120 days before
No refund if you cancel less than 120 days!
Price includesFlights Longyearbyen - Barneo - Longyearbyen
Helicopter flights Barneo - North Pole - Barneo
Accommodation on the Barneo
Full board at Barneo
Disposable plates, spoons, forks and cups (2 sets per visiting per person)
Certificate of achievement of the North Pole
Certificate ceremony in the Polar Cafe Barneo
Guides and representatives service
15 kilos of luggage for the charter flights
Welcome dinners at the restaurant
Mandatory health insurance with the emergency evacuation coverage for 100 000 euro
Price does not includeFlights to/from Longyearbyen (Svalbard)
Accommodation and meal in Longyearbyen (Svalbard)
Any unexpected additional payments associated with the delay of any flight
Additional program in Longyearbyen (Swalbard)
Transfers in Longyearbyen (except those specified in the program)
Any alcoholic beverages
Trip cancellation insurance, baggage insurance
Souvenirs and postal services
Overweight luggage — 25 Euro/kilo
Longyearbyen (Svalbard) - Barneo Ice Camp - North Pole - Barneo Ice Camp - Longyearbyen (Svalbard)
Why go there?
The North Pole is the northernmost point on Earth, lying diametrically opposite the South Pole. It defines geodetic latitude 90° North, as well as the direction of True North. At the North Pole all directions point south; all lines of longitude converge there, so its longitude can be defined as any degree value. While the South Pole lies on a continental land mass, the North Pole is located in the middle of the Arctic Ocean amidst waters that are almost permanently covered with constantly shifting sea ice. This makes it impractical to construct a permanent station at the North Pole (unlike the South Pole). In recent years, journeys to the North Pole by air (landing by helicopter or on a runway prepared on the ice) or by icebreaker have become relatively common event, and are available to small groups of tourists through adventure holiday companies. The most exciting way is to reach the Pole by ski crossing last degree (111 km).
* The program depends on the weather conditions maximum!
IMPORTANT: The program can change over time. The changes depending on the weather, ice or other conditions.
VERY RECOMMENDED have about 2 weeks of free time for this trip and do not plan anything important during this period !!! Dates scheduled flight can be delay several times due to bad weather or other reasons.
All additional payments associated with the delay of any flight (accommodation, meals, excursions, changging of any tickets, transfers, etc) do not included to the price!
It is strongly recommended to have a supply of free time, changeable tickets and insure the potential risks associated with the cancellation or inability trip.
Tips guidelines (important information!)
You entrust your life, health, your time and money to the guides. And the guides take this responsibility for you and for the success of the whole trip. They are doing this 24 hours.
By air and by land
Aircraft flights Longyearbyen – Barneo – Longyearbyen (AN-24 airplane)
Helicopter flights according to the programme (MI-8)
The personnel consists of the professional scientists and polar explorers - acting as logistics supervisors, lead guides and creators of the programs.
The air temperature in the Pole vicinity during the expedition period lies usually between -20 C° and -35 C° and it is good if you have endured it in the past. Apart that wind may dramatically increase cooling effect. Daily temperature deviations in the Arctic are not significant in April. Sun neither sets nor rises high over the horizon.
Not available in Barneo Ice Camp
PERSONAL EUQIPMENT FOR FLIGHT TO NORTH POLE
You should bring your own:
• Winter coat and trousers with Thinsulate insulation: 1 set
• Expedition footwear: 1 pair
• Expedition mittens: 1 pair
• Woolen hat with Windstopper membrane: 1
• Thin underwear made of Polycolon (so-called thermal underwear): 1 set
• Fleece jacket and trousers made of Polartec 300 or Polartec 200
• Mittens or gloves you are usually using during the winter: 1 pair
• Thick expedition socks: 2 pairs
• Sunglasses 100% UV & IR: 1
• Sun protection cream: SPF 40
• Hygienic lipstick: SPF 40
• Personal medical kit: medicine, you normally take along with aspirin, plaster, bandage, etc.
• Large bag or rucksack for your gear: 1 or 2
• Casual look garment for civilized places
P.S. Polartec 300 or 200 jacket and trousers could be replaced with your usual winter pullovers and long knit pants if worn over the thermal underwear.
Other useful things you might bring:
• Compression bags and stuff sacks
• Photo and video equipment