We’ll attempt to navigate the ice floes and islands of the scenic Northwest Passage. You’ll learn about the history of the region in places that might include Cambridge Bay, Gjoa Haven, Fort Ross, Beechey Island, and Dundas Harbour.
With sea ice and weather conditions guiding their decisions, your Expedition Team will pick locations for escorted landings and small boat cruising. We’ll also always be looking for opportunities to spot whales, seals and possibly even polar bears.
We’ll then cross Baffin Bay and Davis Strait to the stunning, UNESCO-listed Ilulissat Icefjord in Greenland. You’ll then visit the picturesque town of Sisimiut before heading to the city of Corner Brook in eastern Canada, and finally to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Even if a full transit of the Northwest Passage isn’t possible due to sea ice, you’ll still experience the beauty of the High Arctic and look for wildlife such as polar bears.