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2026 Greenland and Arctic Canada: High Arctic Explorer

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Visit Beechey Island National Historic Site

Pay your respects at one of the most notorious sites in the Arctic: Beechey Island.

Learn about the famed site where the ill-fated Franklin Expedition overwintered from 1845–1846.

See the graves of three of Franklin’s men (along with one of a fourth man from a later Northwest Passage expedition) that are a haunting memorial to the heyday of European Arctic exploration.

Graves Beechey Island 01

© Scott Forsyth

Marvel at enormous icebergs at Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Visit the fastest-calving glacier in the world, which spills thousands of enormous icebergs into the spectacular Ilulissat Icefjord in Disko Bay, Greenland every year.

View the icebergs from the shore on a hike along the boardwalk.

16x9 Guests admire Ilulissat icefjord DM

© Dennis Minty

Cruise pristine natural areas to spot amazing Arctic wildlife

Seek seabirds, marine mammals, and polar bears in this unique, protected habitat.

Tallurutiup Imanga, the entrance to the Northwest Passage through the Canadian Arctic archipelago, is home to Canada’s newest National Marine Protected Area.

See the glacier-fed waters, mountain landscapes, and rugged coastlines that define this vast and beautiful place—and the plentiful marine wildlife.

Visit unique cultural historical sites from the Thule period and the European explorer era that dot the region’s coasts.

Whales Lancaster Sound

© Adventure Canada

Travel through Inuit Nunangat alongside Inuit

Experience the extraordinary privilege of journeying through Inuit Nunangat—the ice, water, and lands of Inuit.

Delve into a dynamic culture as you learn about the language, arts, cuisine, music, and traditions. Each facet is thoughtfully integrated into our on-board and onshore educational program, creating moments of authentic learning throughout your voyage.

As honoured guests in the Inuit homeland, you’ll gain unique insights into the kinship between Inuit and the nuna (land). Connect with Inuit—artists, cultural educators, academics and more—who graciously share their knowledge and expertise.

Try your hand at Inuit games, sample country food, visit a local hamlet, or simply walk the tundra with Inuit expedition team members who share Inuit Nunangat, their homeland, with you.

Myna derrick lighting qulliq

© Dennis Minty

Explore the spectacular west coast of Greenland

Hike, kayak, stroll, and Zodiac cruise at stops along the west coast of Greenland, a region deeply cut by spectacular fjords.

Soak in this stunning scenery, where glaciers are spawned from the enormous Greenland ice cap and produce the mighty icebergs that ride their way north on currents before being carried southbound for Newfoundland.

Watch them on their journey—it’s one of the world’s most amazing sights!

Karrat Fjord 01

© Danny Catt

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