Sigurdur “Siggi” Jonsson has been immersed in the mountains and oceans around his native Ísafjörður all his life.He is a Naval Architect and Ocean Yachtmaster and has been skippering Aurora since 2006 and Arktika since 2016. His work and play has taken him all over the world – from skiing in Canada and climbing in the Alps, to kayaking in Greenland and sailing in Antarctica. His passion for the lands and cultures of the Arctic and North Atlantic is second only to his enthusiasm about sharing them with new friends.
Visit Natives is a travel agency whose mission is to do good and preserve indigenous cultures through small-scale sustainable tourism.We make travel with passion and respect. We believe in fair tourism where nature and indigenous people are respected. From every stay booked with us, the local indigenous families and community benefit the most. Our aim is to preserve indigenous cultures through small-scale tourism where travelers visit local families and villages.
Aurora Arktika was born out of a longing to share nature’s wonders in a way that preserves the environment and respects local cultures.Our journeys offer unparalleled access to pristine beauty, with the safety and comfort of an arctic sailboat as basecamp. I've been immersed in the mountains and oceans around his native Ísafjörður all my life. I'm a Naval Architect and Ocean Yachtmaster and have been skippering the Aurora since 2006. My work and play have taken me all over the world – from skiing in Canada and climbing in the Alps, to kayaking in Greenland and sailing in Antarctica.
Born & raised in Northern Norway among reindeers and high mountain plateaus, I raise Alaskan huskies and guide long dogsledding trips across Scandinavia since 25 years.I founded my company in 1998. Nature lover, I always had a strong relation with life outdoors. I share my days with my sweetheart and 2 young ones. We spend plenty of time on sleds, skis and in cabins exploring our beautiful region. I am a certified ranger & canoe instructor, educated in outdoor activities, and I ran 5 times the longest sled-dog race in Europe, the Finnmarksløpet. I look forward to show you Northern Norway!