Passage to Greenland aboard Vega

Passage to Greenland aboard Vega



Situated north of the continental mainland of Canada, less than 500 miles from the North Pole, the Arctic Canadian Archipelago consists of thousands of islands. This region has been explored by some of history’s explorers in their attempt to find the fabled Northwest Passage. Mountainous icebergs and some of the most active glaciers in the world are the dominant features of this remote wilderness.

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Trip Type
Group Travel Tour, International Ocean & Sea Voyages
Departure Dates
Sep 3, 2023 - Sep 15, 2023


CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS: All cancellations are subject to a $300 per person administrative fee. Cancellations received 61-90 days prior to departure will be assessed a penalty equal to 50% of the total program cost per person. Cancellations received within 60 days of departure are subject to 100% cancellation penalties. Requests for cancellations must be made in writing. No refunds will be made for any part of this program in which you choose not to participate.


Greenland map


  • day 1

    Arrive in Reykjavik, Iceland. Transfer to hotel

  • day 2

    Tour Reykjavik, embark on Vega and sail

  • day 3

    At sea

  • day 4

    Skjoldungen, Greenland

  • day 5

    Prins Christian Sund & Aappilattoq

  • day 6

    Nanortalik & Uunartoq

  • day 7

    Qaqortoq & Hvalsey

  • day 8


  • day 9

    At sea

  • day 10


  • day 11

    Kangaamiut & Evighedsfjord

  • day 12

    Kangerlussuaq. Fly to Reykjavik. Overnight at hotel.

  • day 13

    Fly home.

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