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Guest Post: 24 Hours in Longyearbyen

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If you're planning to take one of our wildlife-intense Spitsbergen voyages, you'll find yourself in Longyearbyen, Svalbard before embarkation on your trip. Longyearbyen is the largest settlement in Svalbard, Norway, and is considered the world's northernmost town. Award-winning travel blogger Jennifer Dombrowski of jdombstravels.com shares her tips on the best ways to spend 24 hours in Longyearbyen, Svalbard.

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Featured passenger photo: Spitsbergen Cruising

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This photo was sent to us by passenger Lotte Furlong, who recently traveled with us on our Spitsbergen Explorer voyage. Lotte was kind enough to send us a few fantastic photos from her expedition, and had this to say about her trip:

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Polar bear snow bath

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Although they are often placed together in cartoons and drawings, it is a common misconception that polar bears and penguins live in the same polar environments. Polar Bears can be found in five nations: U.S. (Alaska), Canada, Russia, Greenland, and Norway. Luckily for penguins, polar bears do not live in Antarctica.

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Who is that handsome devil?

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A polar bear admires his reflection in icy arctic waters - the perfect submission for #IcePhoto Wednesday!

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Little brother of the North

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A colourful puffin is spotted on our Spitsbergen Explorer Expedition. It's name is derived from it's Latin genus name Fratercula which roughly translates to "Little Brother of the North." Aww!

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Spitsbergen Reindeer

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Two of Santa's helpers stop to have a meal.

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