Wilderness and Ancient Cultures from Iceland to Canada

Departure date
13 days

Experience the Arctic wilderness of Iceland, Greenland and Canada

  • 13-day expedition cruise from Iceland to the wilds of Greenland and Canada, via the Labrador and Newfoundland coasts.

  • Cross the Denmark Strait, Prins Christian Sund and the Northern Labrador coast to Canada’s wilderness in our sustainable hybrid-powered cruise ship .

  • Tour part of Torngat Mountains National Park and visit UNESCO site L’Anse aux Meadows, looking out for whales, moose, caribou and bears on the way.

Wild rugged landscapes

Starting in charming Reykjavik, we’ll sail the Denmark Strait to see the stunning summer landscapes of Greenland. We'll then cross Prins Christian Sund, before continuing to the natural beauty and glorious national parks of Canada.

Rich cultures and history

Explore Torngat Mountains National Park, a wildlife haven and the ancestral home of the Labrador Inuits. Encounter local culture in remote Makkovik and a reconstructed 1000-year-old Viking encampment in St Anthony. Your expedition ends in North America’s oldest city, St John’s.

What's Included

Expedition Cruise

Onboard Activities

Landing Activities

Route overview

We'll help you plan where to go, when to visit and how long to stay

Cosmopolitan Reykjavik

Day 1

Across the Denmark Strait

Day 2

An earthly paradise

Day 3

Prins Christian Sund

Day 4

Heading for Canada

Day 5

Wildlife in the Torngats

Day 6–9

Come visit Makkovik

Day 10

Science and art at sea

Day 11

Scenic St Anthony

Day 12

Exploring St John's

Day 13

Ships on this expedition

Take a closer look at our ships typically used on this expedition

Included Programmes

It's a mixture of adventure activities for individuals of all ages