Throughout summer cruises to the north allow travellers to see so much more as days stretch into the night. The land of the midnight sun offers unique views of the stunning landscapes. In contrast many now choose to voyage in the winter to observe the breathtaking Northern Lights.
Iceland cruises offer the opportunity to see an incredible array of marine wildlife. Knowledgeable crews will happily point out whale colonies of seals and there’s ample opportunity for whale watching when sailing the clear waters around the island.
Iceland’s capital Reykjavik is a highlight of any northern cruise combing the modern with Norse traditions. It also acts as a gateway to the natural wonders of the country with glaciers and hot springs.
Moving into the Arctic Circle, Greenland National Park is the world’s largest national park and also the least visited. There are 11,000 miles of coastline including the world’s northernmost area of land the largest icecap in the Northern Hemisphere. Arctic wildlife dwells throughout the park with large bird populations, giant walruses and the iconic polar bear.
Some cruises offer extreme expeditions into the wilderness for the adventure tourists while a more traditional cruise experience is available for the more sedate traveller.
We have many great deals on Iceland & Greenland cruises for 2015 and 2016. Call our Cruise Experts now or let us call you back. Our experienced and friendly staff will find the most suitable cruise for you.