Svalbard, which means "cold coasts", is an destinations in the Arctic, making up the northern most part of Norwegian as well as of European countries. It is situated about 400 kilometers northern of landmass European countries, halfway between landmass Norwegian and the North Pole. Despite being so close to the North Pole, Svalbard is relatively warm, thanks to the heating effect of the Beach Flow, which makes it human friendly. In fact, Svalbard is the northern most completely populated area on the earth.
The destinations protect a complete area of 62,050 rectangle km, nearly 60% of which is protected by glacier with many store snowfall ending in the sea. Some of these snowfall have small waterfalls established from reducing snowfall and ice. Most of Svalbard is dry stone but during the brief summer time, the reducing snowfall in the less severe parts of the destinations give place to wide extends of tundra plants, sometimes filled with sensitive blossoms.
Svalbard is home to seven characteristics and twenty-three characteristics supplies protect two-thirds of the destinations, defending the mostly unchanged, yet delicate, atmosphere. Svalbard is an atmosphere for many seabirds, and also features complete holds, brief legged reindeer, complete foxes, dolphins, closes and walruses. Svalbard is well known for its wide range of wildlife, such as Arctic Terns, Arctic Fulmar and Puffins. Whales can be identified off the coastlines particularly during overdue summer time. Humpback dolphins, Orcas, Beluga Whales, and Narwhals all regular the oceans near Svalbard.