High Arctic explorer | 14 days
Combine nature and wildlife with the history of Canadian exploration in the Arctic. From Resolute we visit a number of Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) shoreline outposts, retracing some of the patrols of the first vessel to circumnavigate North America, the St Roch. There’s great interest for wildlife lovers with a visit to Bylot Island Migratory Bird Sanctuary and frequent sightings of seals, beluga whale and narwhal. Expert guides accompany you on frequent shore landings. Marvel at the musk ox, caribou and polar bear and the sweeping glaciers and skies that go on forever.
Ship: Akademik Ioffe
When:31 July – 13 August 2019
Guide price:£10,525 per person based on twin cabin (semi-private facilities)
Options:On Ocean Endeavour's voyage of the same name journey in comfort from Resolute Bay, Nunavut to Kangerlussuaq, Greenland 4-19 August 2019. Price guide £12,995 per person based on twin cabin (private facilities).
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