Iceland and Greenland cruise

Thrilling small ship cruise of Iceland and Greenland aboard a well-equipped, comfortable expedition vessel with expert crew. As well as superb wildlife sightings, this trip introduces you to Inuit culture through visits to local communities, helping to preserve traditional ways of life.
Cruise Iceland’s mountainous Vestfjords Northeast Greenland – home to the world’s largest fjord system Experience Inuit culture Chance to see polar bears, whales, musk ox and even the Northern Lights Vast icebergs and towering sea cliffs Explore Viking history in Qaanaaq (Thule) Extremely qualified expedition crew
£8200excluding flights
14 days
Arctic Cruises, Greenland, Iceland
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Minimum age 18
Book by 3rd April and save up to 35% on selected Polar departures
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Description of Iceland and Greenland cruise


Price information

£8200excluding flights
Minimum age 18
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Check dates

2023: 8 Sep, 20 Sep

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Vacation information

We cater for both vegetarians and vegans.

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


Places - How this trip helps protect and conserve local landscapes and nature:

Our Arctic expeditions are designed to operate in line with The Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators (AECO) which has guidelines in place to protect the fragile environment of this Polar region.

We emphasise that the protection of this pristine yet fragile environment and its wildlife is at the forefront of what we do. This is driven by our ‘leave no trace’ policy, which includes being vigilant with litter disposal and avoiding approaching animals any closer than 5 metres.

We strictly adhere to all international policies regarding disposal of waste at sea and only use recycled and acid free paper on board. Clients are also encouraged to recycle and reduce waste throughout and are provided with a re-usable water bottle for the trip. Cabins are fitted with eco-friendly amenities and the laundry is done with green detergents.

Planet - How we seek to keep the carbon footprint of this trip low:

We do our best to take advantage of local products as a means of boosting the local economy and reducing our carbon footprint as a whole. This is evident in the meals provided, which are created with sustainability in mind. Seafood, for example, will always be fresh and purchased based on the responsible management of the fishery for each particular species and will observe guidelines similar to the MSC and Audubon Society.

We make a collective effort to minimise excess waste on board and offer a carbon offsetting option for clients.

Our small Zodiac landing crafts are lightweight and nimble and they are powered by low-emission engines.

Activities include sea kayaking and guided photography which have a minimal impact on the environment.

Our eco-conscious approach means we travel to remote and pristine destinations differently than others in the industry. Most of our vessels burn Marine Gas Oil (MGO) – a clean burning fuel with a low emission factor- and despite being far more expensive, it is the only fuel we consider using. We also reduce consumption and emissions by tailoring our itinerary to operate at a more leisurely pace.


People - How this trip helps improve life for local communities.:

We are extremely conscious of our presence in the Polar regions. Often seeing whales, Polar bears, seals and seabirds can be a very moving experience and clients either donate to related charities or develop a lifelong interest in conservation of these species. There is not much contact with local communities on these remote voyages, although we do encourage clients to explore and use local business before embarkation. There are some small businesses which benefit greatly from tourism commerce and plenty of locals to engage with. By supporting locally owned shops and using various other services and facilities, money goes towards an increase of employment opportunities and growth of the local economy.

We have developed a comprehensive staff training and accreditation program which ensures that our staff is fully aware of responsible tourism issues and that they are kept updated with refresher courses. From safety to environmental sustainability, our team of lecturers, specialists and crew are able to pass vital information on to clients in briefings.

We also send extensive preparatory packs out to every group including guidelines from the Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators (AECO) of which our operator is a full member.

Our on board gift shop only sells items which have been thoroughly researched as to where an item has come from, whether it has been produced fairly, what it is made of and distance it has had to travel.

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