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Upcoming Iceland / Greenland Tours:

September 5-17, 2016

Iceland Greenland Tours: An adventure in magnificent contrasts

Do the lands of majestic ice sheets and calving glaciers, of lush waterfalls, abundant wildlife and hot springs call to you? They beckon us as well.

We are proud to introduce our newest adventure to the Arctic islands of Iceland and Greenland, brought to you by Discovery Expeditions and Adventures.

Iceland / Greenland Tours Are Breathtaking

Our adventure begins in Kulusuk and Tasiilaq, Greenland, where we will sail through narrow fjords and soaring mountain peaks. You will experience a magical world of glaciers and ethereal floating ice sculptures. Explore ancient colonies and the breathtaking Flower Valley, stopping along the way to take in the views, visit with Greenlandic peoples and discover local artisan treasures.

After returning to our home base in Reykjavík, we will venture to west Iceland, exploring
volcanic formations and fishing villages. In the Borgarfjörður region, we will visit the renowned Deildartunguhver hot spring, the miraculous lava field waterfalls of Hraunfossar, and many more stunning locales.

In Þingvelllir N.P., a UNESCO world heritage site, you will experience Iceland’s governmental roots amid magnificent glacier lake and canyon vistas. You will visit Europe’s largest glacier, Vatnajökull, and Hveragerði, a geothermal village, and walk on the beaches of Vík.

Days of discovery are in store, as you explore the countless wonders of these majestic lands on our Iceland / Greenland Tours. Contact Discovery Expeditions today to book your passage to the striking beauty of the Arctic isles.

Extend Your Adventure with Our Spitsbergen Expedition

If you elect to add on the optional Spitsbergen, Norway, expedition, you will explore the largest Svalbard island, known for its rugged and remote beauty. Frozen tundra, polar bears, arctic fox and reindeer will dot the landscape, rich with traditional Norse heritage. This magnificent archipelago is known for its imposing glacier caves, national parks and its ancient culture born of whaling and fishing.