In the Wake of Eric the Red
Join in on a trip from Reykjavk to Kangerlussuaq on a ship that will take you down the same route the Norse explorers took a thousand years ago.
You will travel from Iceland to Greenland via the Denmark Strait and then on to the east coast of Greenland to the island of Skjoldungen. The majestic Prince Christians Sound separates East and West Greenland, which you will cross on our way south. You'll take a trip up the coast to the northernmost capital in the world, Greenland. Local folk dancing in Qeqertarsuaq and a cruise to the famous Eqi Glacier awaits you at Disko Bay. The World Heritage Site of the Ilulissat Icefjord and its magnificent icebergs can be admired in the setting sun from the Sermermiut Plain.
Finally, you've entered Kangerlussuaq, a lengthy fjord where you might see some of the muskoxen and reindeer that wander the tundra near the Greenland Icecap.
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Withness Eqip Sermia, this glacier is, without overstating, one of the most impressive in Greenland where you can experience a glacier calve up close,
Just as Eric the Red on his voyage from Iceland, we will experience the stark contrast
from the lofty and glaciated East Coast to the green, fertile West Greenland., including a visit to Ilulissat, nicknamed “Iceberg Capital of the World”
Visit the settlement of Sarfannui which translates into "the place of the little stream” and is located at the foothills of the mountains and home to around 100 people.