Greenland To Wild Labrador Adventure

About the Experience

Wanna play explorer? Immerse yourself in the wonders of nature and culture on our Greenland To Wild Labrador Adventure! We are excited to be partnering with Adventure Canada for a series of small ship expeditions. Each day, we’ll set out to hike, explore historic sites, visit local communities and cruise in a Zodiac!  You can spot wildlife from the deck, take a polar plunge, relax and unwind.

Explore and learn about new lands and people as you experience the rich culture and fascinating landscapes we sail to! Your voyage will be marked with thoughtful discussions, expert interpretation, and the spirit of discovery.

We’ll Zodiac along the face of a Greenlandic glacier and cruise among icebergs; search for marine mammals; visit an Inuit hamlet; wander remote coastlines… enjoy the freedom of being out on the water daily! Zodiacs free us from the dependency on ports, piers, and other human-made infrastructure. These safe, stable, versatile boats take you where the action is.

Embrace the local music, dance, food, language, and traditions everywhere we go! After all, Expedition travel isn’t just about what you see or where you land. It’s who you meet and get to know.

Cross the Arctic Circle by ship via glorious Søndre Strømfjord. Learn about the Qilakitsoq mummies at the Greenland National Museum in Nuuk. Hike and Zodiac among the fall colours of Torngat Mountains National Park, a model of Inuit leadership. And then together, we’ll enjoy a warm welcome in Nain, the administrative capital of Nunatsiavut.

On the final leg of our journey, we visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of L’Anse aux Meadows and sail through the Narrows into St. John’s historic harbour for a spectacular finale!

 

 

 

 

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Greenland To Wild Labrador Adventure

About the Experience

Wanna play explorer? Immerse yourself in the wonders of nature and culture on our Greenland To Wild Labrador Adventure! We are excited to be partnering with Adventure Canada for a series of small ship expeditions. Each day, we’ll set out to hike, explore historic sites, visit local communities and cruise in a Zodiac!  You can spot wildlife from the deck, take a polar plunge, relax and unwind.

Explore and learn about new lands and people as you experience the rich culture and fascinating landscapes we sail to! Your voyage will be marked with thoughtful discussions, expert interpretation, and the spirit of discovery.

We’ll Zodiac along the face of a Greenlandic glacier and cruise among icebergs; search for marine mammals; visit an Inuit hamlet; wander remote coastlines… enjoy the freedom of being out on the water daily! Zodiacs free us from the dependency on ports, piers, and other human-made infrastructure. These safe, stable, versatile boats take you where the action is.

Embrace the local music, dance, food, language, and traditions everywhere we go! After all, Expedition travel isn’t just about what you see or where you land. It’s who you meet and get to know.

Cross the Arctic Circle by ship via glorious Søndre Strømfjord. Learn about the Qilakitsoq mummies at the Greenland National Museum in Nuuk. Hike and Zodiac among the fall colours of Torngat Mountains National Park, a model of Inuit leadership. And then together, we’ll enjoy a warm welcome in Nain, the administrative capital of Nunatsiavut.

On the final leg of our journey, we visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of L’Anse aux Meadows and sail through the Narrows into St. John’s historic harbour for a spectacular finale!

 

 

 

 

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DAY ONE: KANGERLUSSUAQ, GREENLAND

Arrive in Kangerlussuaq, which is a former US Air Force base and Greenland’s primary flight hub. Here we will be transferred by Zodiac to our vessel for the journey, the Ocean Endeavour.

With 168 kilometres of beautiful scenery, Søndre Strømfjord is one of the longest fjords in the world! We begin our adventure by sailing down this dramatic fjord, crossing the Arctic Circle southbound as we spend time on deck watching for aurora borealis. Here’s hoping Mother Nature wants to put on a light show!

Take a charter flight from Toronto, Canada to Kangerlussuaq, Greenland ($1,295 USD).  Upon arrival, you will board the Ocean Endeavour (We recommend arriving at least one day before into Toronto.)

 

 

DAY TWO: KANGERLUSSUATSIAQ FJORD

West Greenland’s complex coastal waterways include glaciers, islands, and fjords against a towering mountain backdrop. The waters are relatively warm here due to the West Greenland Current and the sub-Arctic location. Get ready to explore this stunning landscape by ship and by Zodiac!

Zodiacs free us from the dependency on ports, piers, and other human-made infrastructure. These safe, stable, versatile boats take you where the action is!⁠

  • Zodiac cruises and transfer times can be lengthy. For your safety and the safety of others, you must be able to climb stairs between decks on the Vessel and be able to climb the external gangway stairs to transfer between the Vessel and the Zodiacs. 

 

 

DAY THREE: NUUK

Nuuk, also known by its Danish name of Godthåb (Good Hope), is the capital of Greenland and bridges old and new. The harbour region of town includes many buildings dating from the Danish colonial days. Nuuk is known for its great art, shopping, and cafes.

The Greenland National Museum is one of Nuuk’s many outstanding features; the world-famous Qilakitsoq mummies are housed here.

 

 


DAY
FOUR: DAVIS STRAIGHT

Today our onboard presentation series will continue as we steam across the Davis Strait towards Canada. This is an excellent time to enjoy workshops, watch a documentary, and get out on the deck, looking for whales, seabirds, and marine wildlife.

 

 

DAY FIVE-SEVEN: TORNGAT MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK

Canada’s highest peaks east of the Rockies are found in Torngat Mountains National Park. Here, the Inuit of Nunatsiavut will be our guides in their spiritual homeland. Polar bears, black bears, caribou, falcons, and eagles are among the species we hope to spot. We’ll also be on the lookout for marine mammals.

We’ll spend our time hiking, searching for wildlife, visiting archaeological sites, and Zodiac cruising.

 

 

DAY EIGHT: HEBRON

This haunting site preserves a Moravian Mission station dating from the 1830s. The mission was abandoned in 1959, forcing the relocation of the Inuit who resided there. In 2005, Newfoundland & Labrador issued an apology to people affected by the relocations. Former Hebron residents and their kin continue to visit the site and to hunt and fish nearby.

 

 

DAY NINE: NAIN

The administrative capital of Nunatsiavut, Nain, is the most northerly community in Labrador. Nain is surrounded by ancient geology, ancient history, beautiful artifacts and buildings built by the Moravians that remain in the community.

We’ll visit Illusuak, the stunning new cultural centre, and the beautiful Moravian Church, among other community highlights.

We always enjoy a warm cultural welcome. Expect music, food, and handicrafts at this dynamic visit.

 

 

DAY TEN- TWELVE: THE LABRADOR COAST

Labrador evokes images of another world. Along the Labrador coast, we find coastal barrens, high subarctic tundra, high boreal forest, mid-boreal forest, and string bog. The landscape is raw and majestic, and the area is dotted with islands. Such a sight!

We’ll select a landing based on each day’s conditions.

 

 

DAY THIRTEEN: L’ANSE AUX MEADOWS

L’Anse aux Meadows is the only authenticated Norse settlement in North America—a UNESCO World Heritage Site and National Historic site. The archaeological remains found here in 1960 date to approximately 1,000 AD.

Today, a superb interpretive centre and several reconstructed Norse-style sod buildings evoke the spirit of the Viking voyages.

 

 

DAY FOURTEEN: EASTERN NEWFOUNDLAND

The east coast of Newfoundland is known for the dozens of picturesque villages along its rocky shores. We’ll find harbour in one of these unique communities.

We look forward to a characteristically warm Newfoundland welcome upon our arrival. Photographers will have their work cut out for them, capturing the special charm of classic island communities and picturesque coastlines!

 

 

DAY FIFTEEN: ST. JOHN’S

Sailing into the port of St. John’s has to be experienced to be believed. Watch for locals waving from Signal Hill as we take on our pilot and enter the world-famous Narrows to North America’s oldest city. The colourful houses of The Battery are always a hit with shutterbugs!

Today we disembark the Ocean Endeavour. We will say our farewells, and the expedition team will be on hand to assist you with luggage and transportation arrangements.

Departure flights should be booked out of St. John’s, NL on your preferred departure date.

 

 

 

 

OCEAN ENDEAVOUR

 

The Ocean Endeavour is a spacious, ice-strengthened vessel featuring twenty Zodiacs, advanced navigation equipment, and stabilizers. A doctor, paramedic, medical clinic, and enhanced health regime offer peace of mind. Roomy facilities offer comfortable travel with plenty of breathing room for all.

 

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CABINS

  • Cabin Category 10 –Suite

  • $18,895 USD/per person, Deck 7

  • Forward-facing picture windows, unobstructed view
  • Matrimonial bed (bigger than US double but smaller than a Queen)
  • Private bath with full tub
  • Refrigerator
  • Approximately 310 square feet

 

Cabin Category 10 Ocean Endeavour Suite

 

 

  • Cabin Category 9- Junior Suite

  • $17,595 USD/per person, Deck 5, 7

  • Picture windows, unobstructed view
  • Matrimonial bed (bigger than US double but smaller than a Queen)
  • Private bath
  • Sitting area
  • Approximately 270 square feet

Cabin Category 9 Ocean Endeavour Junior Suite Deck 5

 

Junior Suite
Deck 7 Forward-Facing

  • Forward-facing picture windows, unobstructed view
  • Matrimonial bed (bigger than US double but smaller than a Queen)
  • Private bath with full tub
  • Sitting area
  • Refrigerator
  • Approximately 290 square feet

Cabin Category 9 Ocean Endeavour Junior Suite Deck 7 Forward

 

 

  • Cabin Category 8- Superior Twin

  • $16,295 USD/per person, Deck 5, 7

  • Two picture windows, unobstructed view
  • Two lower berths
  • Private bath
  • Sitting area
  • Approximately 210 square feet

Cabin Category 8 Ocean Endeavour Superior Twin Deck 5

 

Superior Twin
Deck 7 Forward-Facing

  • Forward-facing picture windows, unobstructed view
  • Matrimonial bed (bigger than US double but smaller than a Queen)
  • Private bath with full tub
  • Approximately 180 square feet

Cabin Category 8 Ocean Endeavour Superior Twin Deck 7 Forward

 

 

  • Cabin Category 7- Select Twin

  • $14,995 USD/per person, Deck 5, 8

  • Picture windows, unobstructed view
  • Two lower berths
  • Private bath
  • Approximately 190 square feet

Cabin Category 7 Ocean Endeavour Select Twin Deck 5

 

Select Twin
Deck 8

  • Oversize windows, partial obstruction
  • Matrimonial bed (bigger than US double but smaller than a Queen)
  • Private bath
  • Refrigerator
  • Approximately 145 square feet

Cabin Category 7 Ocean Endeavour Select Twin Deck 8

 

 

  • Cabin Category 6- Comfort Twin

  • $13,695 USD/per person, Deck 4, 7

  • Two porthole windows, unobstructed view
  • Two lower berths
  • Private bath
  • Approximately 175 square feet

Cabin Category 6 Ocean Endeavour Comfort Twin Deck 4

 

Comfort Twin
Deck 7

  • Picture windows, partial obstruction
  • Two lower berths
  • Private bath
  • Refrigerator
  • Approximately 135 square feet

Cabin Category 6 Ocean Endeavour Comfort Twin Deck 7

 

 

  • Cabin Category 5- Main Twin

  • $12,395 USD/per person, Deck 5

  • Picture windows, unobstructed view
  • Two lower berths
  • Private bath
  • Approximately 115 square feet

Cabin Category 5 Ocean Endeavour Main Twin

 

 

  • Cabin Category 4- Exterior Twin

  • $11,095 USD/per person Deck 4

  • Porthole window, unobstructed view
  • Two lower berths
  • Private bath
  • Approximately 100 square feet

Cabin Category 4 Ocean Endeavour Exterior Twin

 

 

  • Cabin Category 3- Interior Twin

  • $9795 USD/per person, Deck 5

  • Interior cabin
  • Two lower berths
  • Private bath
  • Approximately 120 square feet

Cabin Category 3 Ocean Endeavour Interior Twin

 

 

  • Cabin Category 2- Triple

  • $8395 USD/per person, Deck 4

  • Interior cabin
  • Three lower berths
  • Two private baths
  • Approximately 200 square feet

Cabin Category 2 Ocean Endeavour Triple

 

 

  • Cabin Category 1- Quad

  • $6995 USD/per person, Deck 4

  • Interior cabin
  • Four lower berths
  • Private bath
  • Approximately 240 square feet

Cabin Category 1 Ocean Endeavour Quad

 

 

 

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