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On this trip, you will start your journey on a plane from Copenhagen to Greenland. Greenland is the biggest island in the world and an autonomous Danish territory between the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans. It is a land of disparities. You will see gigantic icebergs further into the territory as well as a green mountain, surrounded by beautiful wildflowers and a stunning wildlife on the coastline. All this reinforcing the uniqueness of the land. 
The first people to live in Greenland were the Saqqaq who was there from about 2,500 BC to about 900 BC. Then, the Icelandic Vikings came along the 10th century. The ancestors of the Inuit Greenlanders appear to have migrated later, around 1200 AD.
The journey will continue in Saint Anthony, Canada. From there, you could spot interesting wildlife such as caribou and the Arctic hare, the cutest rabbit you will ever see. Untouched nature, beautiful scenery will make you travel beyond expectation, so it is outstanding.
 It will probably be time to relax, and the end of the trip will bring you to a French territory – Saint Pierre and Miquelon. Quite far away from France (about 4000 km), but it has not lost its habits and traditions. Enjoy a warm patisserie with a coffee before leaving for the mainland.

Highlights

  • Visit the majestic landscape of Greenland, the world’s biggest island
  • Come across a rare Wildlife on land and at sea
  • Discover a rich history and cultural diversities in this part of the globe

Quick Itinerary

Day 1: Leaving for Greenland
Day 2: Exploring Maniitsoq area
Day 3: Fjord of Kapisillit
Day 4: Nuuk, Capital of Greenland
Day 5: Ivittuut, the Ghost Town
Day 6: Uunartoq Island & Hvalsey Church
Day 7: Qassiarsuq, Viking Erik the Red’s hideout
Day 8-9: Sailing in North Atlantic Ocean
Day 10: A remote town set in a natural harbour
Day 11: Red Bay – Whales hunting
Day 12-13: Bonne Bay – A pearl in Newfoundland
Day 14: A little of France in North America
Day 15: Saint John, a city full of character

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