Explore Greenland’s spectacular and unspoilt scenery and discover the abundance of Newfoundland´s rugged beauty. This expedition offers historical settlements, colourful fishing villages, memorable UNESCO sites, fantastic national parks and hiking through incredible scenery.
The world’s biggest island
Starting in Greenland, discover this rugged, mountainous land with the enormous Ice Sheet at its centre and welcoming people at its core. We will call on lush settlements in the south so you can experience the culture and way of life first hand. Then we cross the North Atlantic to explore the coastline of Newfoundland in Canada to explore a national park and several settlements.
Immerse yourself in whaling history and great natural beauty in Red Bay, after seeing St. Anthony and remains from the 1000-year-old Viking settlement in L’Anse aux Meadows. Bonne Bay and Gros Morne National Park are two of the highlights of a Newfoundland trip. The landscape of deep valleys, steep cliffs, sandy beaches and the spectacular fjord system is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Moose, caribou, fox, black bears, ptarmigans and eagles are a common sight here. This ancient landscape is simply unforgettable.
A taste of France
Welcome to a slice of France! The island St. Pierre and Miquelon is only 25 km off the coast of Newfoundland, but is a part of the French Republic. Enjoy the typical French way of life with nice bistros, cafés, wine, cheese, baguettes, chocolates and pastries.
Please note: your voyage prices include Economy flight from Copenhagen, Denmark, to Kangerlussuaq, Greenland