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  • Northwest Passage: Greenland to Alaska

    Aboard the newest member of our fleet, National Geographic Resolution, discover the otherworldly icescapes of the Northwest Passage that so confounded generations of adventurers.

  • Wild Greenland Escape

    Take an unforgettable cruise along the the fjord-laced coast of western Greenland and meet local people who have lived off the land and sea for millennia.

  • Iceland & Greenland: Edge of the Arctic

    On a voyage aboard National Geographic Explorer, follow his route from Iceland’s magnificent Westfjords peninsula across the Denmark Strait to the ice-sculpted shores of Greenland.

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  • On Our Radar: Franz Josef Land

    If you haven’t heard of Franz Josef Land, it’s time to put this incredible Arctic archipelago on your radar—and on your bucket list. Nestled at the top of the world in the icy Barents Sea, this far-flung chain of islands is ripe for pure, exhilarating exploration. Here are just a few reasons why:   VIEW...

    Jan 12, 2021

  • The Wonder of Whales

    The chance to spot and observe whale species, wherever you may be headed, is one of the chief thrills of small ship expedition travel. It tops the list of the many things we miss about being at sea and we’re eagerly waiting for the day we can get back out there. To stand on deck...

    Dec 14, 2020

  • Reindeer Games: Adaptation in Arctic Svalbard

    Svalbard is a much more romantic name than its literal translation, “Cold Shores;” but with its position well in the Arctic Circle near the northernmost point of Greenland and 440 miles north of its motherland, Norway, cold it absolutely is. Comprised of five large islands and dozens of small ones, 60% of this vast archipelago...

    Dec 13, 2020

  • Surprising Desert Isles in the Sea of Cortez

    The Sea of Cortez, also known as the Gulf of California, is an ocean lover’s dream destination. Wedged between Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula and the mainland, its calm, nutrient-dense waters teem with 900-some species of fish and a third of the planet’s marine mammals. Here, in the pristine place Jacques Cousteau called the “world’s aquarium,”...

    Dec 11, 2020

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