- Experience Greenland's majestic scenery and iceberg strewn waters, some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes
- Search for Arctic wildlife including musk ox, narwhal, gyr falcon and walrus
- One of the best locations in the North to see the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights
- Learn about Inuit culture and traditions on the world’s largest island
We have been offering expeditionary cruises of Greenland for over 5 years. Our Greenland specialist, Sue has personally visited Greenland on many occasions and can use her detailed knowledge of the country to help plan the perfect trip for you.
Sue has explored East Greenland by small expeditionary ship, spent extended time inside Scoresby Sund, the world’s largest fjord system, and was lucky enough to see the Northern Lights on two evenings. Alternatively, Sue’s also is also knowledgeable on the western side of the island, having combined the Canadian Arctic with western Greenland, which included the immense Disko Bay, responsible for a vast annual output of icebergs, including the iceberg which purportedly sunk The Titanic.
Greenland, the world’s largest island and the least densely populated country in the world, is ice-locked and rarely visited for much of the year. As the pack ice breaks up, late summer offers a brief opportunity to access its dramatic mountain scenery and gigantic icebergs.
Whether travelling in search of solitude in its magnificent landscapes, chanced sightings of the local Arctic wildlife or to experience the ethereal flickering of the Northern Lights, this vast wilderness on top of the world is as spellbinding as it is diverse.