• Visit Greenland's capital city, Nuuk
• A chance to experience the Northern Lights
• Visit a walrus haul out
• Three days in the Torngat National Park
• Experience a glimpse into Inuit culture and heritage in Makkovik
• Visit to the UNESCO world heritage site at L'Anse aux Meadows
• Visit the culturally significant abandoned site of Hebron
• Take part in a traditional Newfoundland kitchen party
• 14 days
• Start in Kangerlussuaq, finish in St. John's
• All meals on board included
• Travel aboard the Sea Adventurer
• Activity Level: 1
Join us as we discover the divine landscape and sublime natural wonders of Southwest Greenland and the wild coast of Labrador.
Our journey begins in the gateway to Greenland - Kangerlussuaq. Here we board our vessel, the Sea Adventurer before sailing down the 168km fjord to the coast. Drawing explorers and adventurers for thousands of years, Greenland is a powerful place of immense beauty - deep fjords, immense icebergs and colourful houses. A highlight will be our visit to Nuuk, Greenland's capital and home to the 500-year-old Qilakitsoq mummies.
From here we cross Davis Strait into Canada. Entering the Inuit territory of Nunavik, we are welcomed by our hosts at Kangiqsualujjuaq.
Untamed and gigantic, Labrador is a land of inspiration. Entering Nunatsiavut, the home of the Labrador Inuit, we'll spend the next three days sailing south, the view dominated by the awe-inspiring scenery of the Torngat Mountains National Park. From the Inuktitut word Torngait, meaning "place of spirits" the Torngat Mountains have been home to Inuit and their predecessors for thousands of years and is one of Canada's newest National Parks. It is a coastline of immense beauty and fjords surrounded by towering peaks - the highest mountains in Canada east of the Rockies - and a favourite destination among our staff!
We'll visit the abandoned settlements of Hebron, founded by the Moravian Church in 1776, as well as the communities of Makkovik and Cartwirght.
Our first stop in Newfoundland is at L'Anse aux Meadows, the earliest known European settlement in the New World, with Viking reminders everywhere. Our adventure ends in St. John's, North America's oldest city, and an unforgettable end point to a remarkable trip.