Greenland is Europe’s final frontier. On this expedition, you'll travel along its beautiful coastlines and delve into its intricate system of bays and fjords, which is one of the best ways of exploring this spectacular country. Rich in history, rugged landscapes, natural ice sculptures and Arctic wildlife, this area has something for everyone. Explore the area on foot on one of the many hikes available, photograph the beautiful wildflowers colouring the tundra or gaze in awe at one of the large icebergs floating past. This area is rich in iconic wildlife, so this voyage is perfect for anyone interested in birds, whales, seals and polar bears. You'll also be able to visit a number of Greenland's small settlements and towns, and learn about the local indigenous population through cultural visits, museums and lectures on board the ship.
What makes this trip extraordinary?
- Explore the colourful Greenlandic Inuit settlements and learn about the traditions of Greenland’s indigenous population.
- Marvel at Ilulissat Icefjord, enshrined as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004.
- Witness the effects of climate change as melting glaciers calve large icebergs into the sea.
- Photograph the stunning nature and intriguing wildlife of the Arctic as you explore the area by ship, by zodiac or on foot.
Embracing the unexpected is part of the legacy—and excitement—of expedition travel.