$6615 – A Rare Chance to Explore Greenland: 12-Night Cruise
We're excited to showcase a Greenland trip for the first time in Top 20.
Why We Love This Deal
Cruise from Iceland to Greenland’s vast, remote coast, where you'll visit some of the most isolated settlements on the planet, as well as glaciers, fjords, icebergs and Arctic national parks. Hear stories from friendly locals, learn ancient traditions and spot wildlife like whales, seals, polar bears, walruses and musk oxen. This bucket-list deal provides savings of more than $3000 per person, as well as travel options into 2023.
- 12- to 15-night expedition cruise aboard MS Fridtjof Nansen or MS Fram; sail roundtrip from Reykjavik
- All onboard meals and beverages including house beer and wine
- Expedition Team that guides activities and provides educational lectures, onboard and ashore
- Escorted shore landings via small boats, nature walks, kayaking tours, wildlife sightings and more
- Loan of boots, trekking poles and all equipment needed for activities
- Complimentary wind- and water-resistant expedition jacket
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- All taxes and fees
- $6615 ... Aug. 24, 2022 (12 nights)
- $7236 ... Aug. 2, 2023 (12 nights)
- $9955 ... June 14, 2023; June 29, 2023; July 14, 2023; July 29, 2023 (15 nights)
- $10,026 ... June 25, 2022; July 10, 2022; Aug. 9, 2022 (15 nights)
Ship details: The Hurtigruten itineraries are often described as "the world's most beautiful voyages" (Fodor's) as they provide access to some of the most remote scenery on the planet. Each vessel features several restaurants, an interactive science center with an extensive library, fitness centers, hot tubs, an explorer lounge and bar and observation decks. Guests can enjoy yoga and meditation sessions and score advice from a professional onboard photographer who gives top tips for the best landscape and wildlife photos. Hurtigruten has introduced biodiesel as fuel on several ships, which reduces emissions by up to 80% compared to regular marine diesel. Single-use plastic is also banned onboard and the ship is equipped for shore power, eliminating emissions when docked in ports with shore power facilities.
Book by Dec. 3.