This expedition starts in Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada. We will visit places where you can see remarkable archaeological remains, and gain insight into the very interesting history of the Vikings.
Stunning Arctic Scenery and Warm-Hearted People
As we travel north, you will experience a seemingly endless and truly wild tundra, taiga forests, scenic mountains, majestic rivers, and countless lakes. This unspoiled region is home to a rich array of plants, fish, and other wildlife, each species uniquely adapted to the extreme northern climate and conditions. Baffin Island is the spectacular homeland of the Inuit people and an accessible Arctic playground for the adventurous. This area, now known as ‘Nunavut’, has supported a continuous indigenous population for over 4,000 years.
Crossing Baffin Bay to Greenland
In Greenland, you’ll have the chance to touch an iceberg with your bare hands and marvel at the power of nature in the Ilulissat Icefjord. With daily landings and excursions including kayaking, hiking, and other activities, you will discover the authentic Greenland and meet the people who call it home.