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Explore Eastern Greenland

14 Days FROM USD 6,599


Explore the unforgettable east coast of Greenland on this incredible 14 day expedition. Departing from Reykjavik, your voyage will take you through deep fjords and dramatic glacial scenery. You will take a number of adventurous activities through the Northeast Greenland National Park, the largest protected national park in the world. Discover quaint local communities full of rich indigenous history and culture whilst also keeping an eye out for incredible wildlife such as whales and hardy Arctic seabirds. 

Optional Activities :

Trip Code: ACGAEX

Travel Style: Small Ship Expedition Cruise

Location: Greenland

Ship: Expedition

Flights: We offer a range of flight options to meet your cruise. Contact us today to discuss.


  • You will be able to explore Scoresbysund - The worlds largest fjord system, complete with dramatic sights of glaciers, floating icebergs and incredible fjords.

  • Undertake a true expedition experience - Undertake zodiac landings to some of the worlds most remote coastlines and learn from an expert team of naturalists, historians, geologists and historians. 


In the afternoon, join your fellow passengers to take your group transfer and begin your journey on the G Expedition. Please refer to your welcome letter or the joining instructions posted in the lobby of the start hotel. Make sure you have your passport handy as you are about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime.

Arrival and Embarkation in Reykjavik

On our first day at sea, get to know the ship and meet the Expedition team. Enjoy an opportunity to see whales and many different bird species, including soaring fulmars, kittiwakes, gannets guillemots and razorbills.

Denmark Strait

Discover Tasiilaq, East Greenland's gateway to adventure located on the south-eastern coast of Ammassalik Island. With stunning views across the Tasiilaq Fjord's natural harbour, the mountains and the sea beckon travellers to explore. Attend a talk at a local museum and learn about the area's history and culture.


Taking advantage of local ice and weather conditions, board a zodiac and explore the majestic Nansen Fjord, a broad inlet with rocky headlands distantly framed by the highest point in Greenland. With its primary tidewater glacier that spans a 14km width, copious quantities of icebergs have been known to disgorge into the fjord. Explore one of those rare places on Earth blessed with both awe-inspiring landscape and a compelling natural history.

Nansen Fjord

Enjoy a day of Arctic lectures, relaxing on board the ship, and an opportunity to see whales as we cruise further north.

Greenland Sea

Take two days to explore the stunning Kaiser Franz Joseph Fjord, located in the heart of the Northeast Greenland National Park — the largest national park in the world (and on the world's largest island). See towering icebergs up close as the ship navigates the fjords. Weather and ice conditions permitting, enjoy great opportunities for zodiac cruising and landings in the area.

Franz Joseph Fjord - Day 6 to 7

Spend four full days exploring the Scorsbysund area of the Northeast Greenland National Park. Weather and ice conditions permitting, this is a great opportunity to explore fjords that are deep in the heart of Greenland. Sail through and land in some of the world's most spectacular areas, with rarely visited glaciers, bays and inlets. Visit the tiny settlement of Ittoqqortoormiit for a look at how these most northerly people live.

Northeast Greenland National Park is nearly impossible to reach except on expedition ships. Spectacular geology combined with glacial features create steep mountains raising directly from the sea. Look out for picturesque scenery, wildlife and other interesting landing sites in this unspoiled wilderness.

Depending on ice, spend these days exploring the massive fjord system of Northeast Greenland National Park, which includes portions of Scoresbysund. These intricate fjord systems are everything from wide and unimaginable to narrow and steeply spectacular with some of the best mountain scenery in the world. Walking over lush stands of colourful autumn tundra may lead to opportunities to see musk oxen grazing nearby.

Scoresbysund - Day 8 to 11

Enjoy the lecture series while watching the seas for whales. Head towards Iceland and the steaming hot springs of Reykjavík. The view is often complemented by soaring fulmars, kittiwakes, gannets, guillemots, and razorbills.

Denmark Strait - Day 12 to 13

Shortly after breakfast, disembark at the Midbakki Pier in the Port of Reykjavik, a short walking distance from downtown.

Disembarkation in Reyjavik

Pricing & date

Explore Eastern Greenland from USD 6,599
Departing Ending Duration
02 Sep 2022 15 Sep 2022 14

Important Information

  • Cabin accommodation on board ship
    All meals whilst on board
    All shceduled landings and excursions by zodiac
    Guiding and leadership by experienced expedition team
    Expedition parka (yours to keep) 
    Complimentary use of muck boots during the course of your voyage


    International Flights
    Any optional activities not mentioned in the itinerary
    Visa and reciprocity fees (if applicable) 
    Personal expenses such as laundry and onbaord communications 
    Any pre/post departure stays not included in the itinerary
    Customary gratuities for staff and on board crew

  • 2 (light adventure)
  • Available upon request, contact us for more information. 

  • Please note this itinerary is subject to change depending on weather and ice conditons.

  • Departure date, seasonality and availability.



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We use local guides and office staff to both maximise local employment opportunities and minimise carbon footprint. Local guides also ensure you benefit from the intimate knowledge, passion and culture of the country you’re visiting. Our guides are all highly qualified (most with university degrees) or equip with many years of experience and are paid above the standard wage. Whether it be our knowledgeable local guides, locally produced meals or the transport on tour, we do not use imported goods when local products are available. We aim to minimise our impact on the environment and give as much back as possible to the communities we work in.

While visiting the many national parks, heritage sites, museums and landmarks our travellers are encouraged to explore whilst remaining culturally aware and sensitive. We further encourage you to buy appropriate souvenirs and discourage the buying of anything wrongfully made or taken from the environment i.e. shells and endangered species products. Information on how you can be environmentally conscious, and travel responsibly will be made available in our Travellers Guides and provided during your travels by guides and staff.

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