With the help of expert Inuit guides, we have scouted locations and built the itineraries for our Arctic adventure tours, safaris and getaways to bring you exceptional Arctic experiences, at ideal times of year. Click each destination to learn more about the region, community, wildlife and possible bucket list experiences.

Want to visit a location on the map that isn’t included in any of our trips? Contact us to build your fully-customized private journey. If you can see it on the map, we can take you there!


  • What Is the Arctic Circle?

    The Arctic Circle is one of the two polar circles and is the most northerly of the five major circles of latitude shown on the Earth.

  • What Countries Are in the Arctic Circle?

    The Arctic Circle’s land is divided between eight countries: Canada, the United States, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Iceland and Denmark.

  • Can You Visit the Arctic Circle?

    Yes! But we wouldn’t recommend just hopping on a plane and going. Take a look at some of the locations you can visit with us by clicking any of the tabs above. Or, if you’re interested in a more bespoke experience, consider a private journey.

  • Why Do People Visit the Arctic Circle?

    The Arctic’s remoteness and beauty makes it one of the last true adventures on the planet. It has something for everyone, from stunning landscapes and amazing wildlife to natural phenomena, such as the Northern Lights dancing across the night sky. For those who feel as though they’ve experienced it all or have a natural curiosity, the Arctic is the perfect place.

  • How Much Does It Cost To Go to the Arctic?

    That all depends on the type of sights you wish to see and how long you want to go for. Our tours page a is a great place to start if you want to see how much a trip could cost with Arctic Kingdom. Want a more tailored experience? Visit our private journeys page.

  • Does Anybody Live in the Arctic Circle?

    The Arctic Circle is home to almost four million people. There are a few cities which thrive in the Arctic, such as Murmansk in Russia (295,000+ population), Tromsø in Norway (75,000+ population) and Utqiaġvik in Alaska (4,500+ population).

    The Arctic is also home to the Inuit, who are scattered across the Arctic Circle. In Canada, the Inuit live in four distinct regions: Nunavik, Nunavut, Inuvialuit and Nunatsiavut. These regions are characterized by their extreme weather conditions, with temperatures known top drop below -40°C during winter.

    Despite the challenging surroundings, the Inuit have developed a way of life that’s in harmony with their surroundings. Over time, they’ve developed sophisticated techniques and tools to hunt, fish and gather.

  • What’s It Like Living in the Arctic Circle?

    Densely populated areas in the Arctic tend to be near coastlines or significant resources such as heavy metals or oil. Travel within the Arctic Circle can be difficult and many residents rely on air travel. Snowmobiles are a common mode of transportation in places as well.

    Living in the Arctic can be a challenging yet rewarding experience. Temperatures can drop as low as -40°C in the winter and, in the summer, the sun never fully sets in certain areas.

    The way of life in the Arctic Circle is characterized by the region’s remoteness and environment. The isolation of many communities leads to a strong sense of togetherness and self-sufficiency. Living in the Arctic Circle, albeit challenging, gives residents a deep connection to nature and their communities.

  • Does the Sun Ever Set in the Arctic?

    Depending on your location, you can experience 24-hour daylight in the Arctic. Referred to as the ‘Midnight Sun,’ many places experience this phenomenon during summer due to the Earth’s axial tilt.

  • Which Animals Live in the Arctic?

    There are many different animals that call the Arctic their home. These include — but aren’t limited to — polar bears, narwhals, Arctic hares, Arctic foxes, beluga whales, snowy owls and walruses.

  • What Is So Special About the Arctic Circle?

    The Arctic is the most unusual region of our planet and hides many wonders. Among the giant expanse of ice and snow wanders beautiful wildlife; if you pair this with the Northern Lights dancing across the night sky in the evening, it’s no surprise that people fall in love with this beautiful location.

  • Which Types of People Visit the Arctic?

    The Arctic is perfect for those with love for nature, natural curiosity or a desire for a new life experience. You’ll also find many nature photographers and filmmakers love to visit the Arctic thanks to its stunning landscapes and variety of wildlife.