In June, Inspirato set sail for the Arctic aboard the National Geographic Explorer. Over the course of eight days, Inspirato members and staff were able to get up close to some of Earth’s most breathtaking and unspoiled scenery.

The custom itinerary began in Oslo, Norway, where members spent the night at the Grand Hotel Oslo—best known as the site of the annual Nobel Peace Prize ceremony. From Oslo, members took a charter flight to Longyearbyen, Norway, the northernmost city in the world and the main hub of the Arctic’s Svalbard islands. Over the next several days, the voyage navigated through Svalbard, home to polar bears, reindeer, arctic foxes, whales, and other wildlife.

So many great memories, made all the better by making new friends, the camaraderie of other Inspirato members, and the positive energy each and every day from the team and Inspirato travelers. Truly a blessing to have been able to travel to the Arctic with Inspirato.

Dawson LiInspirato member

Below, browse our gallery of photos from this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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The Arctic Cruise may be over, but there are still plenty of chances to sail with Inspirato to the world’s most beautiful places. In 2019, we are heading to the Alaskan wilderness aboard Silversea’s newest ship, the Silver Muse. This is a rare opportunity to explore Alaska in luxury and style, but also including family-friendly activities such as totem pole-making and an onboard visit from adorable dog sled puppies. The thoughtful itinerary includes stops at some of Alaska’s most iconic sites: Ketchikan, Juneau, and Sitka, to name a few. The Inspirato team carefully planned out each stop at non-peak cruise times so that our members have fewer crowds to compete with in these beautiful locations.

Learn more about what sets Inspirato cruises apart from any other way to sail the world’s most beautiful waters.

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