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Not your ordinary cruise: Explore rugged Labrador and Greenland by small ship

A visitor stops to look at the signature colorful houses of Kangmiut, a coastal village in Greenland.

A visitor stops to look at the signature colorful houses of Kangmiut, a coastal village in Greenland.

(Scott Sporleder / Adventure Canada)

Adventure Canada is offering a small-ship cruise next summer to Greenland and Labrador aboard the Ocean Endeavour. Passengers will embark from St. John’s, Newfoundland, and fly home from Kangerlussuaq, Greenland.

Itinerary highlights include L’Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the only authenticated Norse settlement in North America; Labrador’s Torngat Mountains National Park, known for its rugged beauty; Greenland’s capital city of Nuuk, established in 1728; and the Sondre Stromfjord, among the world’s longest fiords and known for its scenery and biodiversity. Naturalists and other other experts will be onboard the 198-passenger ship.

Dates: June 29-July 11

Price: From $3,497 per person. Includes all shipboard meals, Zodiac excursions, guided activities, entry and park fees. Price represents a 30% discount if booked by Dec. 18.

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Info: Adventure Canada, (800) 363-7566

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