A Trans-Polar Journey beyond the Arctic Horizon by Luxury Jet
Anyone seeking a ‘Trip Of A Life Time’ that will awaken a spirit of adventure and awe -
look no further. The ultra luxurious, transcendent Arctic Horizon has arrived! This spectacular trans-polar journey spans the Arctic Circle by luxury jet with an intimate group of just 50 like-minded adventurers, exploring edge of the world destinations that are normally beyond our boundaries – where seven wonders await. Journeyers will come away from this magical odyssey with fabulous photos and fascinating anecdotes, sure to dazzle at cocktail and dinner parties for quite some time.
Some of the many impressive experiences on the bespoke, three-week itinerary include: a fully customized Boeing 757-200 private jet with 50 lie-flat seats; personal chef and dedicated concierge team; helicopter flight to the top of a glacier; cruising through icebergs, marveling at humpback whales; guided exploration of traditional Inuit life including fish drying and huskies; as well as a mid-flight champagne toast over the North Pole at midnight.
This all-new Arctic getaway offers the finest in each destination with the utmost in style and comfort including expert guides, premium amenities as well as top luxury hotels and cruisers. The North has specialized in select private adventure travel in Iceland for over 20 years. “As a lifelong explorer of the Arctic, my vision is to make the last frontier accessible to a select few who share my passion and respect for these rarely experienced, untouched regions,” said founder Jón Olafur Magnussen. “What I am sure will be a life-changing adventure for our guests is the culmination of my life’s work. I am confident our team’s meticulous eye for detail will ensure an unrivalled level of service throughout these most extraordinary destinations.”
Arctic Horizon guests will explore the rarified beauty of this unspoiled locale’s vast landscapes, magnificent wildlife, indigenous people and more. Each traveler gets a personalized iPad detailing the day’s schedule along with a gallery of daily photos provided by The North’s professional photography team. The carefully curated itinerary starts in Reykjavik with Iceland’s otherworldly volcanic landscapes, glaciers, waterfalls and geysers. After a gastronomic welcome dinner at one of the city’s most acclaimed hotels, guests board the private jet. Next morning the group arrives in Greenland to cruise through imposing icebergs, spot Humpback whales, enjoy a red-glowing sunset at midnight and have a rare, authentic experience with the Inuit – the indigenous people of the Arctic.
Next up, Sonora, Canada where a luxe hotel provides an ideal base to explore an ancient rainforest and wildlife, including eagles and bears. This is topped off with a heli ride atop a glacier paired with a glass of bubbly. Then, a visit to Anchorage, Alaska includes viewing grizzly bears fishing in the Katmai waterfalls; rafting the Upper Kenai River; panning for gold and all aboard the Pacific Railroad to cruise beneath majestic glaciers carving into the Seward Sound. Heading onward – that much awaited midnight toast over the North Pole!
Another treat: guests get to experience Svalbard – the most northern community on Earth, with its polar summer, coming alive with sea birds, spring flowers, arctic foxes and polar bears that adapt and survive on the edge of the world.
Onward to Northern Norway where explorers get a taste of nomadic culture, including folk traditions and seafood of the gods in the Arctic wilderness – with a visit to the Sami, cooking up a beach fire feast with the local delicacy, King Crab. Back to Reykjavik, for a walk on new land formed by last year’s volcanic eruption. Then, rest and rejuvenation in the healing mists of geothermal baths at the world-famous Blue Lagoon. The trip concludes with a festive farewell gala dinner at the renowned Arctic Explorers’ Club’s expedition lodge and luxury camp.
The price for this sublime Arctic odyssey taking place July 16 – August 4, 2024 is $187,000 USD per person (gratuities included.) For more information visit: