The World's Most Breathtaking Landscapes

Greenland is a primordial place ruled by ancient ice, soaring mountains, and the world’s most colorful sky. Here, the midnight sun basks the iceberg-choked fjords in an elemental glow, shining down on Greenland’s timeless landscape just as it was a thousand years ago. This is a unique culture seeded in myths and legends, where the spirit of adventure lives.

Under the Northern Lights:
Exploring Iceland & East Greenland

14 Days -
Starting from $7,495

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Cruising along Iceland’s mountainous Vestfjords and Greenland’s remote northeast coast, home to the largest fjord system in the world, you’ll discover diverse and dramatically rugged landscapes rich in iconic arctic wildlife. See full itinerary »

 

Best of the Western Arctic:
Canada and Greenland

20 Days -
Starting from $11,995

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Venture far above the Arctic Circle, in a land where the sun never sets and polar bears roam, with the Best of the Western Arctic: Canada and Greenland itinerary. You’ll be exploring the northerly shores of Canada’s Baffin Island and the western coast of Greenland, searching for the wildlife and visiting the communities that call this mysterious realm home. See full itinerary »

 

Essential Greenland:
Southern Coasts and Disko Bay

15 Days -
Starting from $8,495

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Enjoy an in-depth exploration of one of Greenland’s most remote regions with the Essential Greenland: Southern Coasts and Disko Bay expedition. As you cruise around this enchanting island, sailing from the icy waters of the little-visited east coast, down to the lush southern tip and up to the charming communities and glaciers of the west coast, spectacular, unspoiled wonders await wherever you go. See full itinerary »

 

Arctic Express: Greenland's
Northern Lights

10 Days -
Starting from $6,695

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The Northern Lights are on many people’s travel bucket lists, but ticked off by very few. East Greenland’s Scoresbysund, the world’s largest fjord system, offers one of the best chances to see Earth’s most celestial spectacle. Here, the Northern Lights bask the iceberg-choked fjord system in an elemental glow, shining down on Greenland’s timeless landscape. Active explorers can also hike across the mountaintops of Northeast Greenland National Park and watch herds of grazing muskoxen on the horizon. See full itinerary »

 

Greenland Explorer:
Valleys and Fjords

15 Days -
Starting from $6,995

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Sailing along Greenland’s west coast is the best way to sample its captivating history, enthralling wildlife and distinct culture. Explore ancient Norse and Viking settlements, take in the Ilulissat Icefjord—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—and visit Greenlandic communities for an authentic glimpse at an ancient culture surviving in a modern world. See full itinerary »

 

Learn More About Greenland

Greenland Destination Guide
Visit Greenland to Meet the Tenacious, Inspirational People of the North
Explore Greenland
Adventure Calls in East Greenland

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Magellan Award

Best Destination -
Greenland

2017 Travel Weekly
Magellan Award

Best Itinerary - West Greenland:
Disko Bay

2017 Travel Weekly
Magellan Award

Best Cruise Ship (under 500 passengers) - Ocean Adventurer

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