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CMV Marco Polo - Arctic Greenland, Iceland & Faroes

21 Nights from £1,699 per person - Departing 11th July 2017 (Adult Only Ship)

A thrilling Arctic exploration

On this epic cruise adventure, experience the magnificent raw beauty of, the largest island on earth. No less than seven calls are made enabling you to discover this mesmerising world of icebergs, dramatic mountains, fjord splendour and nature at its most powerful. Complementing this exploration are highlights of Iceland, the Land of Fire and Ice and the scenic Faroes. The rugged, unspoilt beauty of the Faroe Islands sets the scene with its colourful capital Tórshavn, where you can stroll the streets of the well-preserved Old Town or explore dramatic landscapes beyond on optional tours. Then it's on to Iceland where our first stop is the east coast town of Seydisfjördur set on one of the island's best natural harbours, and then Akureyri, a charming settlement known as Iceland's capital of the north.

Tours from here can take you to the breathtaking waterfalls and stunning landscapes for which Iceland is famed, before we set sail for the remote settlements of Greenland.With its mountainous backdrop and views over the iceberg-strewn harbour, Tasiilaq is east Greenland’s largest town, while the sleepy village of Narsarsuaq is where the Norse Vikings settled centuries ago and is gateway to South Greenland, with its name meaning the large plain after its natural surroundings.

Optional hiking and boat trips offer some of the best views around Qeqertarsuaq which stands on the great Disko Island far off Greenland’s west coast. Ilulissat is the place for icebergs; and optional boat tours get even closer to these giant natural sculptures.

We venture into the Arctic Circle at Sismiut, Greenland’s second largest town where there are optional bus tours offering a more relaxing way to admire the views. Kangerlussuaq is a gateway to the rugged back country, making it ideal for optional wildlife tours, but our final Greenland stop is the capital, Nuuk, where you can take a walk along the picturesque harbour or to view the Northern lights inspired Katuaq Cultural Centre.

Marco Polo’s return sailing stops at Iceland’s quirky capital Reykjavik where the waters of its famous Blue Lagoon can provide the perfect pick-me-up.

What's Included

  • 11 July 2017
  • 21 nights
  • Full board basis
  • Sailing from Hull, UK
  • 21 nights cruise onboard CMV Marco Polo
  • Daytime & evening entertainment

Inside Cabin from £1699pp

Ocean View Cabin from £2359pp

Contact The Cruise Traveller to enquire about this fantastic offer:  020 711 80080