- Book early and save over £1,600 per booking on 2018 departures
- valid for all bookings on board the Akademik Ioffe made before 01 September 2017
- Savings based on 2 people sharing a cabin.
Showcasing the awe-inspiring landscapes, culture and wildlife of Canada & Greenland, this 15-day cruise covers over 2,200 nautical miles taking in fjords, mountains, ice-berg strewn waters and wild stretches of beach, as well as the chance for some wonderful wildlife sightings.
- Cross the Arctic circle through the spectacular Sondre Stromfjord, one of the longest fjords in the world
- Travel with widely respected authors, naturalists and culturalists
- Visit the Viking site at L’Anse aux Meadows with its reconstructed settlement
- Search for polar bears, whales and seals
- Access local Inuit and Greenlandic communities
- Explore the largely inaccessible Torngat Mountains National Park on foot and by zodiac
This voyage takes in the western coast of Greenland, calling at Nuuk, one of the world’s northernmost capital cities, and exploring one of the many fjords for which the area is famed. Visit some of the charming fishing villages dotting this coast as well as local communities before crossing the Davis Strait to Canada.
Labrador & Newfoundland
Gros Morne in Newfoundland, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and its extraordinary geological features are admired internationally, while the remote Torngat Mountains National Park boasts the tallest mountains east of the Rockies that tower off the Labrador coastline, creating deep & convoluted fjords that only a nimble expedition ship can access.
This voyage includes a fascinating cultural aspect offering the chance to learn about the Newfoundland history, exploring French, Basque and Viking influences. Labrador and Nunatsiavut are also full of history and culture as they are the homelands of the captivating Inuit people.
While the wildlife is never guaranteed, the breeding and nesting seabirds can be seen in abundance, and the potential sighting of whales, polar bears and seals will keep you scanning the icebergs and horizon daily. Additional Arctic wildlife frequently seen includes humpback whale, minke whale, reindeer, black bear, moose and birds of prey including osprey and eagle.
Voyage dates 2017
23 September - 7 October
Dependent on the departure date this voyage sometimes journeys from Canada to Greenland or in reverse, please contact us for further details.
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