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From the geysers of Iceland, to the deep fjords of Greenland, through to the rugged wilderness of Canada; this trip has it all.  Spot whales, polar bears, black bears and the world’s largest caribou herds.  Gaze up into the night sky, where you may be rewarded with an enchanting display of Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights.  Zodiac cruise past enormous calving glaciers, majestic icebergs and jagged mountain peaks, and discover remote Inuit communities and ancient Viking sites ashore.

Highlights

  • Explore some of the world’s most breathtakingly beautiful landscapes in the Torngat Mountains National Park, keeping watch for polar bear and caribou
  • Be welcomed into a remote Inuit community and discover their fascinating culture
  • Marvel at one of Greenland’s most stunning fjords at Tasermiut Fjord, considered one of the 10 wonders of the Arctic, keeping an eye out for seals and whales.
  • Zodiac cruise around gigantic calving glaciers in Greenland
  • Visit L’anse aux Meadows a UNESCO World Heritage Site to see an 11th century Viking settlement
  • The night sky may reward you with a dazzling display of Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights

Quick Itinerary

Day 1 – Reykjavic, Iceland
Day 2 – Reykjavik, Iceland
Day 3 – Westman Islands, Iceland
Days 4 & 5 – At Sea
Day 6 – Prince Christian South, Southeast Greenland
Day 7 – Tasermiut Fjord, Klosterdal, Nanortalik, South Greenland
Day 8 – Narsarsuaq and Uunartoq, South Greenland
Day 9 – Hvalsey church ruin and Qaqortoq, South Greenland
Days 10 & 11 – At Sea
Day 12 – George River (Kangiqsualujjuaq), Newfoundland & Labrador, East Coast Canada
Days 13 & 14 – Torngat Mountains National Park, Newfoundland & Labrador, East Coast Canada
Day 15 – At Sea
Day 16 – Nain, Newfoundland & Labrador, East Coast Canada
Day 17 – Hopedale, Newfoundland & Labrador, East Coast Canada
Day 18 - Battle Harbour, Newfoundland & Labrador, East Coast Canada
Day 19 – L’Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland & Labrador, East Coast Canada
Day 20 - Twilingate, Newfoundland & Labrador, East Coast Canada
Day 21 – St John’s Newfoundland

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  • We can compare a huge selection of expedition ships, cruises and operators.
  • From former Russian research vessels to larger and luxurious ships - there is an expedition cruise to suit you. 
  • Our Travel Specialists will help you choose the perfect expedition cruise for your requirements.
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  • Our expert team of Travel Specialists have extensive knowledge of all the expedition ships & operators.
  • All of our Travel Specialists have first-hand experience of expedition cruising to the polar regions.
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  • Our prices are the amongst the best in the business, with full package protection as standard.
  • Our holidays are protected by ATOL and ABTOT, for your complete peace of mind.
  • As supporters of the Marine Conservation Society, booking with us helps support the protection of our oceans.

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