Experience some of the most uninhabited parts of the world on this Arctic exploration in Northern Canada and Greenland. From mesmerising ice fjords to colourful tundra there are endless unspoiled habitats to explore at the top end of the earth. Meet some of the local Inuit people and learn about their culture and traditions, as well as keeping watch for another kind of local – the elusive polar bear. There will be a number of opportunities to spot the king of the Arctic, so a keen eye and a well-charged camera is a must.
- Explore the Sam Ford Fjord – one of the most isolated places on the planet.
- Make your way up Smith Sound, exploring both sides of this uninhabited passage.
- Search for iconic Arctic wildlife including walrus, seals and, whales and even polar bears in the abundant waters of Lancaster Sound.
- Learn about the culture and traditions of the local Inuit people in Qaanaaq, formerly known as Thule.