If you want to spend your next holiday surrounded by natural northern beauty, why not try a cruise through the Arctic, Iceland and Greenland?
When you book a Fred. Olsen cruise to this beautiful part of the world, you'll have the chance to see some once-in-a-lifetime sights - spectacular glaciers, magnificent geysers and bubbling mud pools. And best of all, you'll be able to take in the gorgeous Arctic scenery from the comfort of one of our amazing cruise ships.
Sights to see on your Arctic, Iceland and Greenland cruise
The stunning natural beauty of the north is the main reason our Arctic, Iceland and Greenland cruises are so popular.
You'll be able to take your pick from plenty of excursions on this voyage, including a trip to Erik the Red's village in Narsarsuaq, Greenland, where you can visit Viking ruins and see the farm founded by the legendary man more than 1,000 years ago.
Other excursions include a folkloric show in Murmansk, Russia, an amazing aerial tour of Reykjavik, Iceland and a boat tour through the brilliant glacier fjords, where you may be fortunate enough to spot wildlife such as the Arctic tern.
What can I expect on my Arctic, Iceland and Greenland cruise?
You may be surprised to learn that the warmest summer days in this part of the world can reach between 20 and 25 degrees C - but conditions can change quickly, so it is important to pack for all kinds of weather!
Here at Fred. Olsen, we're committed to taking care of you through every step of your booking - you'll be able to use the My Cruises feature on our website to check the weather conditions, as well as book excursions and provide passenger details.
Once you're onboard, you'll find plenty to keep you entertained. From formal dinners to relaxing poolside, borrowing books from the ship's extensive library and activities and games with your fellow passengers, you'll be able to relax and socialise at your leisure.
You're sure to have a brilliant time on your Arctic, Iceland and Greenland cruise - get in touch with Fred. Olsen today and start planning your northern break!