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The real realm of the polar bears, whiteness as far as eye can see, a stunning group of islands located between the Arctic Ocean, touch of the Norwegian Sea, kiss of Greenland Sea, this is a pure white paradise island – Svalbard, Norway. Svalbard is completely barren and rugged, which makes it the best place to wander during vacations; the native snow white mountains are pious and giant, showcasing the genuine spirit of Svalbard; scattered rubble, land eroded by rain with extra high cliffs protruding out make engaging physical dimensions. Snow-capped mountains and deep valleys are the real glamour of this land; the meditating, larger than life glaciers mostly dominate the region and are responsible for the sheer beauty of this cosy island.
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It looks like an animated fable directed and choreographed by the Mother Nature, presented in the simplest fashion. The vegetation is rare and brownish green moss envelops most of the mountain region; travellers not only enjoy the dove white tranquillity which lies here, but also the sacred Arctic flowers that enrich the region. The dramatic span of region is perfectly dazzling that is nestled to hijack your mind.
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Worldwide sports enthusiasts drift here whole winter long and enjoy different types of snow activities on the island. Portrait of dense bank of fog often envelops the mountains, which makes it difficult to reach the tops, but intrepid voyagers and adventure fanatics make their routes through them and feel the pride. This region is amongst the worthiest travel destination during holidays; not only Norwegians, but worldwide voyagers explore this beautiful region and enjoy their vacations under the enveloping snow and fog.
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Hillside slopes, abandoned coal mines, marine mammals, and Seven national parks accentuate the beauty of this island; the facades of the island are largely untouched due to the presence of never-ending, heavy weight glaciers. Cold polar air, permafrost and tundra, bird sanctuaries, strong winds, and terrestrial mammalian species are widely available across the island. Families explore the vastness of island by taking cruise tours; families love to spot the jumping whales in the far fetching areas; however, they also indulge in cultural activities in the nearby towns and villages. The region of Svalbard is also known across the world for total solar eclipse. So if you want to touch the fabric of your dreams, then visit Svalbard in Norway.
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