expedition to the thule region
locationKangerlussuaq - Kangerlussuaq - European arctic
Expedition to the Thule Region
FromAUD $17,473
94% of travelers recommend this experience

Not sure? You can cancel your reservation within 24 hours of booking for a full refund

Cruise snapshot

Duration
17 days
Trip code
BO200724
Operator
ponant

Overview

With the exceptional presence of Laurence de La Ferrière, renowned French adventurer.

Discover the region of Thule, the mythical territory of the Far North, on a PONANT itinerary along the coastline of Baffin Bay. From Kangerlussuaq, set off aboard Le Boréal on a 17-day new expedition cruise to the far reaches of the planet.

From the ice cap to the ice floes, via glaciersicebergs and brash ice, you will sail among the Northern Hemisphere's largest ice producers.

North of the Baffin Sea, in the region of Thule, guided by your Captain and your Expedition Leader, you will experience a tricky but spectacular sail between drifting icebergs and sheets of ice floe. If you are lucky you will observe one of the many polar bears that roam this favourable environment.

Between Greenland's west coast with its mountains softened by glaciers to the Arctic mountain range's steep slopes and Thule's high Arctic tundra, you will sail through the polar region's most spectacular landscapes.

Polar bears, musk ox and Arctic wolves: journey to see this amazingly rich fauna.

We are privileged guests in these remote lands where we are at the mercy of weather, ice, tidal and current conditions. Landings on certain sites and the observation of certain wildlife cannot be guaranteed. They vary from day to day, making each PONANT cruise a unique experience. The Captain and the Expedition Leader will make every effort to ensure that your experience is as rich as possible, while complying with the safety rules and instructions imposed by the AECO.

What's Included



    Itinerary

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Most Popular Cruise

    Discover Amazing Cruises



















































    ;