About your holiday

Your expectations will be confounded as you discover that Iceland is largely lush and green whilst Greenland is wreathed in ice, like some mythical land from a fantasy novel. Jagged mountains and awe-inspiring glaciers are interspersed with tiny rustic settlements on the world’s largest island, which is one of the most remote outposts of humanity – a place where man confronts the elements in an endless vista.

Cruise Highlights

Reykjavik

Part-old Norse, part-modern city, Iceland’s capital is both quirky and cosmopolitan. Brightly coloured houses create unique streetscapes, whilst further afield vast lava fields, bubbling mud pools, crashing waterfalls and spouting geysers will fire your imagination.

Qaqortoq

South Greenland’s largest town was founded in 1775 and is famed for its colonial-style architecture. Its charming town square houses Greenland’s oldest fountain, whilst historical relics discovered in the area stretch back more than 4,000 years.

Narsarsuaq

Narsarsuaq is located close to Brattahlid, the farm of tenth-century Viking explorer Erik the Red. It is also home to the Greenlandicum Arboretum, a nature reserve hosting more than 110 rare species of tree.

Ilulissat

Greenland’s third largest city is home to almost as many sled-dogs as people. It is one of the sunniest settlements in Greenland, and its stunning colourful houses have made it a popular destination.

Nuuk

Nuuk is unlike any other capital city – home to just 18,000 people and set opposite crystal clear waters and snow-covered peaks. Its strong Inuit culture makes it unique, and it has been described as the most indigenous city in the world.

Optional Ambassador upgrade available which includes:

  • Gratuities & Service Charges
  • House Wines
  • House Brands from the bar
  • Premium wines
  • Premium drinks from the bar
  • Premium teas & speciality coffees
  • Choice of 1st or 2nd dining
  • Priority for any cabin upgrades - subject to availability 

Why I chose this offer

  • Regional Coach Pickups available
  • Optional upgrade to Ambassador

Board basis

Full Board

Departure date

21st June 2022