In the island-dotted bays of eastern Greenland, adventure reaches glacial proportions. Embarking in Reykjavic, Iceland, head north across the Arctic Circle into the fjords of Northeast Greenland National Park. Get active on hikes across colourful tundra – on the lookout for grazing muskoxen and Arctic foxes – or simply relax on deck and enjoy the views. Next, it’s on to Scoresby Sund, the world’s largest fjord system and a great place to see the spectacular Aurora Borealis. Catch a glimpse of rare seabirds, scoot past bobbing icebergs in a Zodiac and visit the Inuit settlement of Ittoqqortoormiit. This is pure wilderness at its best: the untouched Arctic as it was hundreds, even thousands of years ago.

Highlights

Travel to some of the Arctic’s best locations to see the Aurora Borealis

Explore the Scoresby Sund, the world’s largest – and most beautiful – fjord system, as well as the most remote national park on the planet

Get close to wildlife such as whales, muskoxen and seabirds on regular Zodiac trips

Experience a vast array of Polar landscapes on cruises through iceberg-choked waters and hikes across colourful tundras

Visit the remote community of Ittoqqortoormiit, where you can mingle with the Inuit locals and learn about their way of life. This is also a great place to catch a northern lights display

Optional activities such as sea kayaking take your adventure to the next level, but book early, as these sell out fast