Succumb to the charms of this brand-new 14-day cruise aboard Le Bellot, sailing between Iceland and Canada via the stunning landscapes of Greenland.
You will embark in Reykjavik, the most northerly capital in the world, lying slightly above the 64th parallel.
You will first travel through the narrow Prins Christian Sund passage, which connects the south-east of Greenland to the south-west. Jagged mountains, rocky cliffs, waterfalls and floating ice form a wonderful wild landscape in which frolic colonies of bearded seals.
After passing in front of the impressive Kujalleq Glacier, you will call at Aappilattoq, a small Inuit village with some one hundred inhabitants, dotted with colourful houses typical of this faraway land.
Le Bellot will head to Canada to call at l'Anse-aux-Meadows, a Viking archeological site from the 11th century listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located north of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Your ship will then sail into the Saint Lawrence river, a prodigious waterway home to exceptionally beautiful nature.
Your cruise will continue in the heart of the magnificent SaguenayRiver and you will get the chance to admire the surrounding cliffs that form a majestic fjord. At the mouth of Saguenay River, you will reach Tadoussac. This National Park is also an unmissable site for whale watching as the mammals gather to feed before winter.
In the estuary of the St. Lawrence River, you will also visit Quebec City, capital of Canada's Beautiful Province, founded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608. Do not miss discovering this charming and lively city where the historic neighbourhood of Old Québec, with its ramparts and fortifications, is listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.
On the shore of Lake Ontario you will discover Toronto, your disembarkation port. Cosmopolitan and dynamic, Canada's largest city will charm you with its museums, parks and gardens.
Subject to ice and weather conditions. The expedition highlights and itineraries described illustrate possible experiences only and cannot be guaranteed.