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Top Iceland & Greenland cruises

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Iceland and Greenland cruises

Mother Nature is the star of the show

Join us aboard Spirit of Adventure next year for our stunning cruise around Iceland, an inspirational land of fire and ice that is like nowhere else on Earth.

Or perhaps be a part of our return voyage to Greenland in 2021. On this intrepid and exciting cruise you’ll see the 'midnight sun' as you head north, to be one of the few to visit this spellbinding region.

Plus, you can look forward to thrilling whale-watching experiences with marine charity ORCA, who will be on board throughout to share their knowledge and expertise of the wonders within the Arctic Circle.

Whale Watching in Iceland

Go in search of whales from both Reykjavik and Akureyri. July is peak season for spotting these incredible mammals and there is the chance of seeing Minke, Humpback, Blue Whales and colourful-beaked puffins from your boat.

Discover Kirkjufel

Take a trip to Kirkjufell, or Church Mountain, a distinctly shaped peak found on the north shore of Iceland’s Snæfellsnes Peninsula. It is often called ‘the most photographed mountain in Iceland’, due to its dramatic formation and perfect coastal location.

The stunning waterfalls of Church Mountain

Take a Fjord boat safari

Sail away from the colourful houses of Nuuk towards the Sermitsiaq Glacier. Catch a glimpse of floating ice and get up close to the waterfalls that cascade down into the fjord below. Keep your eyes peeled for whales, seals and sea birds during your trip.

Experience Greenland

Meet with local people from Greenland and hear what it's like to live here. Kaffemik is an important Greenlandic tradition occasion where you share in the company of others. Conversation, coffee and cake are the three most important things, and you can also visit a local home too.

Image credit: © Visit Greenland. Photo by Mads Pih.

Enjoy your Kaffemik experience