Journey to off-the-tourist-track Greenland to unearth fascinating culture and
untouched scenery. Immerse yourself in Greenlandic traditions, marvel at
brilliant blue glaciers, and experience Fred. Olsen’s top-rated area of scenic
cruising. As you sail these isolated lands, look out for striking landscapes filled
with mountains and glaciers. And with three days in beautiful Iceland to start
you off, you’re sure to be in for a memorable adventure.
Your voyage begins with three days in Iceland. You’ll
have the opportunity to uncover a host of attractions
during an overnight stay in the stunning capital,
Reykjavík, and a full day in picturesque Ísafjörður. See
natural wonders on the famous Golden Circle route;
visit the spectacular Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa;
and tour to the isolated Hornstrandir Nature Reserve,
one of the most inaccessible areas in Iceland.
After a day at sea you’ll arrive in the unspoilt
landscape of Greenland. Firstly, enjoy scenic cruising
in the world’s number one region, as voted by Fred.
Olsen guests – Prins Christiansund. See mighty
mountains, glistening glaciers, majestic icebergs and
plummeting waterfalls as you traverse the glassy
waters, before sailing the stunning fjord Torssukátak.
You’ll arrive into Qaqortoq the next day. Choose to
join an accompanied hike along the shores of the
Great Lake, taking you closer to Greenland’s Arctic
landscapes. Or perhaps take up the chance to
experience Kaffe-Mik, a tradition where Greenlanders
celebrate an event by inviting friends and relatives for
coffee, tea and cake.
Next is Narsarsuaq. Home to lush valleys lined with
rich flora and fauna it’s a hiker’s dream. Walk up to
Signal Hill and you’ll be presented with beautiful
views of the Tunulliarfik Fjord. Elsewhere, you’ll find
the magnificent Qooroq Ice Fjord. Tons of ice break
off the Qooroq Glacier into the fjord every day, which
creates captivating turquoise icebergs. Embark on a
tour and you’ll be able to sail quietly amongst them.
In the evening, admire unspoilt scenery as you sail
the spellbinding Tunulliarfik Fjord.
Continue to Nanortalik, Greenland’s most southerly
town, where steep mountainsides, picturesque fjords
and small woodlands make up the beautiful
surroundings. Take a step back in time on a visit to
the Open Air Museum, which showcases traditional
buildings, clothing, kayaks and more, giving an insight
into how local people lived and worked. Later, delight
in majestic scenery as you depart Greenland via the
After all that exploring, relax with some muchneeded
time at sea before your final call into Belfast,
the history-filled capital of Northern Ireland.
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Qooroq Ice Fjord
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