Cruise along chiseled fjords packed with icebergs for up-close views of glittering glaciers on our brand-new expedition that explores the Arctic region of Iceland, Greenland, and Canada. You'll search for beluga whales, and seabirds such as razorbills, guillemots, and kittiwakes, and enjoy a hike through Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Far North & the Arctic
Exploring the Arctic is, in many ways, unimaginable. To travel to what ancient geographers termed ultima Thule (“farthest land”)—and in luxury, no less—is a feat seemingly reserved for the hardiest adventurers among us. And yet, Zegrahm’s Arctic expeditions afford rare opportunities to view Arctic wildlife, seabirds, whales, and polar bears; to meet indigenous peoples who sustain a living at the ends of the Earth; and to explore lands that very few have gone before—it’s the top of the world, waiting for you.
Upcoming Far North & the Arctic Expeditions
Path of the Vikings: Reykjavik to QuebecAugust 27 — September 12, 2019
Wild Kamchatka with the Kuril IslandsMay 20 — June 4, 2020
Search for the region's prolific wildlife on Zodiac cruises and naturalist-guided walks. Witness huge concentrations of seabirds in a frenzy of breeding activity, step ashore on beaches crowded with northern fur seals and Steller's sea lions, and photograph stunning scenery, including wildflower studded tundra backdropped by volcanic peaks.
Hiking Iceland's InteriorJune 4 — June 11, 2020
Iceland boasts an unspoiled and truly surreal landscape that has captivated explorers, artists, and photographers alike. Hike through Thjorsardalur Valley to view impressive waterfalls, meet the residents of colorful fishing hamlets, and relax in some of Iceland’s renowned natural hot spring pool
Circumnavigation of IcelandJune 10 — June 22, 2020
There’s no denying, Iceland is a hot travel destination! We invite you to discover this intriguing island the Zegrahm way on our sixth full circumnavigation of this island nation. A nature-lover’s paradise, you’ll discover plunging waterfalls, massive seabird colonies, Europe’s largest glacier, and a multitude of geologic wonders as you explore on foot and by Zodiac.
Alaska's National ParksJuly 28 — August 11, 2020
Join your expedition leader on an incredible Alaskan adventure—highlights include exploring Denali and Wrangell-St. Elias parks, hiking glaciers, and spotting bald eagles in Prince William Sound.
Past [name] Expeditions
Northwest PassageSeptember 4 — September 23, 2015
Follow in the footsteps of the great explorers as you transit the Northwest Passage from western Greenland to the Canadian Arctic, observing polar bears, walruses, seals, and seabirds.
Circumnavigation of IcelandJune 1 — June 12, 2017
Iceland—a land of hot springs, glaciers, lava fields, and waterfalls—is a nature lover’s paradise.
Wild AlaskaJuly 6 — July 20, 2017
This expedition takes advantage of the long mid-summer hours of daylight as you trace pristine shores, cross the Arctic Circle, and observe countless numbers of seabirds.
Ultimate IcelandJune 17 — June 25, 2018
Iceland—a land of hot springs, glaciers, lava fields, and waterfalls—is a nature lover’s paradise, with an unspoiled and truly surreal landscape that has captivated explorers, artists, and photographers alike.
The Untamed North: Greenland to IcelandJune 24 — July 8, 2018
Greenland beckons with its glittering icebergs and wildflower-bedecked tundra, while Iceland enchants with its mighty glaciers and geothermal hotspots—hike, sail by Zodiac, photograph, and commune with seabirds in these ethereal landscapes.
Svalbard: A Polar Bear QuestJuly 10 — July 23, 2018
For majestic beauty and untamed wilderness, few places can rival the Svalbard Archipelago. The long days of summer allow for ample time to discover the abundant wildlife and stark natural beauty of the High Arctic as you explore by Zodiac and on foot,
Alaska's National ParksJuly 17 — July 31, 2018
Join former Alaska resident and expedition leader Mike Moore on an incredible Alaskan adventure—highlights include exploring Denali and Wrangell-St. Elias parks, hiking glaciers, and spotting bald eagles in Prince William Sound.
Wild Norway & SvalbardMay 17 — June 2, 2019
The Arctic summer and its lingering daylight allow ample time to discover Norway and Svalbard, with their abundant wildlife and stark natural beauty—journey by Zodiac and on foot, meeting the region’s hardy residents.