Jun 21, 2023 — Jul 07, 2023

Expedition to Iceland, East Greenland, and Svalbard

About the Tour

After two days in Iceland discovering the lava fields of Reykjavik and the seabird sanctuary of Vigur, cross the Denmark Strait to spend five days sailing among the ice floes and Inuit communities of eastern Greenland, from Ittoqqortoormitt in the south to Kejser Franz Josef Fjord in the north. This entire region of massive fjords forms the largest National Park in the world, home to countless colonies of seabirds, reindeer grazing on the shore, walrus, and an occasional polar bear. Turning toward the northeast, we pause halfway between Iceland and Svalbard at seldom-visited Jan Mayen Island, before arriving at the Southwestern Spitsbergen National Reserve. Here we spend two days of almost continuous daylight exploring this icy realm, searching among the region's famously rich flora and fauna for polar bears, walrus, seals, whales, and the millions of seabirds that abound.

 

Lowest cabin category from $11,590 per person plus airfare

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