About Franz Josef Land
A far-flung Russian archipelago, Franz Josef Land is home to wild Arctic landscapes, beautiful glaciers and even some historical sites. Franz Josef Land cruises offer adventurous travelers the chance to spot Arctic wildlife in a remote and uninhabited part of the world. Many North Pole expeditions stop in Franz Josef Land.
Pick your adventure: Paddle a sea kayak around icebergs or photograph polar bears and walruses in the wild. Other indigenous wildlife includes Arctic foxes, countless species of seabirds and a variety of whales.
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