Starting from Ivalo, we head North to visit Norway, a land still frozen among winter snow. By travelling between fjords and islands, we will meet amazing
arctic species like the King of Eiders and Steller’s Eider, the Iceland Gull, Siberian Jay and Tits, Hawk Owls, Puffins, Reindeers and so on. After the
exploration of the deep North we will start going South through Finland; here we will get in touch with the predators of the boreal forests. We will
get closer to fascinating species, like the Golden Eagle, the Goshawk and Black Grouses, but we will also search for the majestic Great Grey Owl
through the huge forests of this country. From there, we will fly to the Baltic countries, where winter has already given its way to spring. Here, we will discover species that are starting their migration towards North. In the Estonian harbours, we will meet beautiful Longtailed Ducks. Heading towards Latvia, we will find Roe Deer, Cranes, Whooper Swans, Taiga Bean Geese and Whitefronted Geese at one click away, before getting to our reserve where White-tailed Eagles, White-backed, Middle Spotted and Grey-headed Woodpeckers, Buzzards, Foxes and Raccoon Dogs will end an unforgettable 17-days’ trip.
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We offer you an unusual Varangerfjord! In an environment still covered with snow and ice, in which nights are blazed by wonderful polar lights, we will get closer to typical arctic species like the King of Eiders and Steller’s Eider, Long-tailed Ducks, Siberian Jays, Puffins, Black and Brunnich’s Guillemots in a tour that alternates
hide sessions, photographic safaris and boat trips with expert guides. This will provide for unique
and memorable experiences in a completely undiscovered Varangerfjord.
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Undoubtedly one of the most interesting destinations for photographers and birdwatchers. Varangerfjord in June, with 24 hours of daylight, allows the observation and photography
of several tundra and Artic sea species. We will visit the best places for the observation of limicolines and loons, in addition to big colonies of Puffins, Auks and Kittiwake. Our deep knowledge of the area will give you the best opportunities for watching and photographing.
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