An exploration of historic Canadian and Greenlandic sites in the Arctic, combined with abundant wildlife and Inuit culture equals one amazing Arctic expedition. This in-depth adventure provides fantastic opportunities for seeing all of the Arctic’s iconic creatures, including polar bears.
Day-by-Day Expedition in Brief
- Arctic wildlife – polar bears, whales and walrus
- Traditional Inuit Communities
- Remote National Historic Sites of Canada
- Tundra hiking for all fitness levels
- An abandoned Hudson’s Bay Trading Post
- Zodiac cruising
- Optional kayak adventure option on selected voyages
Day 1 — Toronto, Canada
Day 2 — Embarkation Day in Resolute
Day 3 — Beechey Island and Radstock Bay
Day 4 — Croker Bay and Dundas Harbour
Day 5 — Pond Inlet and Eclipse Sound
Days 6 and 7 — Sam Ford Fjord and Isabella Bay
Day 8 — Qikiqtarjuak (Broughton Island)
Days 9 and 10 — At Sea and Ilulissat
Day 11 — Sisimiut and Itilleq
Day 12 — Disembark in Kangerlussuaq
Day 13 — Overnight in Montreal and Departure
Pre- and Post-Trip Options Extend Your Stay
Getting to the Arctic can be just as much fun as being there. Quark offers multiple travel packages that enable you to see more of the world before and after your Arctic adventure.
City tour and Niagara Falls day trip
Before heading to the Arctic, take a few days in Toronto and the Niagara region. Spend a few days exploring the vibrant downtown and many culturally diverse neighbourhoods of Toronto, take in a live show or see the sights before adding an optional visit to the Niagara region. Here, you’ll stay in the lovely Niagara-on-the-Lake region and have a chance to visit some of its many award-winning wineries. We’ll also visit Niagara Falls and have a chance to dine overlooking this fabulous spectacle.