Greenland Cruise Tours 2024/2025

3 superb cruise tours in Greenland. Planning to go on a cruise tour in Greenland? Check out 3 great cruise tours in Greenland supported by 2 reviews. All cruise tours are delivered by travel agencies in Greenland. Prices range from 6,506 USD to 6,926 USD and our cruise tours last from 14 days and to 18 days.

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Three Arctic Islands: Iceland, Greenland, Spitsbergen

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15 day cruise tour through Longyearbyen, Oslo, Denmark Strait and 2 other destinations in 5 different countries. Read More
  • Tour Type Cruise Tour
  • Activities Cruise & Polar expeditions and cruise
  • Accommodation Hotel & Ship Cabin
  • Transport Cruise Ship
  • Age Range 8-99 yrs
  • Operated in English
days15 From US$ 10,795 View Tour
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  • Aug 25 Only 1 seat left
  • Aug 13 Only 1 seat left
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Four Arctic Islands: Spitsbergen, Jan Mayen, Greenland and Iceland

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18 day cruise tour through Helsinki, Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen and 3 other destinations in 5 different countries. Read More
  • Tour Type Cruise Tour
  • Activities Cruise & Polar expeditions and cruise
  • Accommodation Hotel & Ship Cabin
  • Transport Cruise Ship & Flight
  • Age Range 8-99 yrs
  • Operated in English
days18 From US$ 11,395 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Aug 09 Only 3 seats left
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Greenland Cruise Reviews

5 - Excellent
Based on 2 customer reviews
Great trip to Western Arctic: Canada and Greenland
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“First two days due to strong winds we were exploring unexpectedly fjord near Kangerlussuaq airport in Greenland. This affected the planned itinerary and expedition team worked hard to resolve various issues. It was a very memorable experience with 18 nights on board of Ultramarine. We have visited places where no other expedition ships have been or only visited on rare occasions. We were lucky with clear skies on the first 6 nights and the Aurora Borealis was better and better on each night. Glaciers, icebergs were nice backdrops on many photos and experiences were enhanced with helicopter flights over magnificent landscapes of Baffin island (Sam Ford fjord especially) and Greenland. Wonderful autumn colours of tundra and rock formations were explored on many hikes in addition to the visits to archeological sites. Introduction to Inuit culture and history was during visits to Itileq, Ilulissat, Uummannaaq, Nipisat island and Pond Inlet. It was enhanced by performances of local artists and visits to Inuit colourful homes. Although the wildlife of Arctic is not so plentiful as in Antarctica, we managed to have wonderful observations of numerous polar bears (12 in one day!), seals and birds. We also followed somewhat the footsteps of Franklin's expedition and reached the Beechey island where the expedition has spent the winter in 1845/46 and where are some graves of the sailors. Expedition team members presented many interesting lectures on history, geology, birds and bears. It was also a nice culinary experience of Greenlandic cuisine: Tundra to Table.”
An outstanding adventure
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“We explored the Far North, discovering an Arctic world with wonderful new friends and grand daily adventures. We attended lectures, jumped into zodiacs for new shores, walked on the ice pack, learned about northern life and its peoples, and shared vibrant conversations at meals. Hotel staff very hospitable and expedition staff wise and fun. An outstanding adventure was had.”
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