Sailing from Spitsbergen to Greenland, follow the ice’s edge with an eye peeled to the horizon for wildlife. Navigating south, you’ll explore this remote landscape not only by ship but also on foot and via Zodiac. This journey highlights the contrast and change in the Arctic as you move south, finally ending in Iceland, "the Land of Fire and Ice." An Inuit village, unique wildlife, and remote destinations are just some of the highlights on this truly unforgettable voyage through the Arctic.
Day 1 Longyearbyen (1D)
Embark aboard the G Expedition in the afternoon and depart Longyearbyen in the late afternoon. Arrival transfer included.
Days 2-5 Spitsbergen/Greenland Sea
Taking advantage of local ice and weather conditions, explore the Northwest Spitsbergen National Park, one of those rare places on Earth blessed with both awe-inspiring landscape and compelling history.
Days 6-7 Northeast Greenland National Park
Keep an eye out for majestic whales, which are known to feed here in the summer months. Spot orca, humpback and minke whales, as well as dolphins. Enjoy lectures by expedition staff.
Days 8-12 Ittoqqortoomiit/Denmark Strait
Spend a few days exploring the massive fjord system of Northeast Greenland National Park, which includes portions of Scorsbysund. Visit the tiny settlement of Ittoqqortoormiit for a look at how these most northerly people live.
Days 13-14 Denmark Strait/Reykjavik
Enjoy the lecture series while watching the seas for whales. Head towards Iceland and the steaming hot springs of ReykjavÍk. The view is often complemented by soaring fulmars, kittiwakes, gannets, guillemots, and razorbills.
Day 15 Reykjavik (1B)
Shortly after breakfast, disembark at the Midbakki Pier - Port of Reykjavik, walking distance from downtown.
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