Our Northwest Passage and Greenland itinerary circles around mountainous icebergs, charming fjords and some of the most active glaciers in the world in an area that is ice-bound for much of the year. This region is a haven for wildlife like muskoxen, reindeer, arctic foxes, gyrfalcons, polar bears and the nutrient-rich waters of Lancaster Sound are home to harp, ringed and bearded seals, bowhead whales, beluga and narwhals.READ MORE +
From GBP £20,076 USD $25,080 pp excl. flights
16 hours from London
14 hours mins from NYC
Embarking on a cruise through Greenland and the Northwest Passage is a historical odyssey of unparalleled proportions. Sailing the same waters as legendary explorers, passengers delve into the rich legacy of Sir John Franklin. Expert guides unveil the mysteries of Franklin’s ill-fated expedition, exploring poignant sites where history was made and lost. Amidst Arctic splendour, the voyage becomes a living testament to the enduring spirit of exploration and the thrill of discovering centuries-old secrets.
Embark on a thrilling cruise around Greenland and the Northwest Passage, where the Arctic’s untamed beauty comes to life. Witness the majesty of polar bears prowling icy shores and the elusive narwhals gracefully navigating Arctic waters. Amidst breathtaking glaciers, seabird colonies, and rugged landscapes, this expedition offers a front-row seat to nature’s wonders. Encounter walruses, seals, and a myriad of seabird species, creating an unforgettable wildlife spectacle in the heart of the Arctic wilderness.
Crews include a team of seasoned expedition guides, as well as expert speakers and lecturers, offering outstanding staff-to-guest ratios to deliver the highest standards of attentive personal service. Even when guides aren’t actively leading expeditions or giving talks, they’re always available to answer any questions you might have.
Visit museums featuring Greenlandic Inuit artifacts, and areas such as Sisimiut, inhabited for more than 4,500 years by the Inuit, Dorset and Thule people. In Qikiqtarjuaqis, the town’s Inuit culture and traditions are still alive, making it a unique and immersive experience for visitors. The rugged landscape and pristine wilderness offer endless opportunities for outdoor adventure, but what truly sets Qikiqtarjuaq apart is the warmth and hospitality of its people, who welcome visitors with open arms and share their rich history and traditions with pride.
Sailing through the iceberg capital of the world to Disko Bay, you’ll visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ilulissat Icefjord and see the massive Sermeq Kujalleq glacier, nearly 66,000 football fields wide. Then hike along the World Heritage Trail boardwalk and discover amazing views of the icefjord and possibly some wildlife encounters. At the Fjord Centre, learn about the cycle of the ice, the abundant wildlife around the icefjord and the human existence in the area throughout thousands of years.
Nestled in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, Bylot Island stands as a testament to nature’s grandeur. Its rugged mountains, carved by ancient glaciers, pierce the Arctic sky, their peaks dusted with perpetual snow. Dramatic fjords cut through the land, leading to pristine bays adorned with colossal icebergs. The island’s tundra showcases a vibrant tapestry of Arctic flora, blooming in the brief summer. Bylot Island is not just a place; it’s a symphony of ice, rock, and life, captivating all who are fortunate enough to witness its awe-inspiring spectacle.
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