Greenland and Wild Labrador trip
Vast, glittering fiords, 500-year-old mummies, ethereal northern lights rippling across the night sky and a dash of Viking history are just some of the fascinating experiences passengers aboard the Clipper Adventurer will enjoy during Adventure Canada’s forthcoming Greenland and Wild Labrador trip.
The expedition, in association with Canadian Geographic, runs from Sept. 18 to Oct.1 and is unforgettable, according to one Adventure Canada employee. “I always get goosebumps remembering it,” says Sheryl Saint, who’s taken the trip three times. “Everywhere you look, there is something intriguing.”
After a stop in Greenland’s capital, Nuuk, the ship will sail through the Davis Strait to Labrador, then south to Newfoundland. Once there, passengers will journey back in time and absorb the rich Viking history at L’Anse aux Meadows, the earliest European settlement in North America.
For more information on how to join the trip, visit www.adventurecanada.com/trip/greenland-wild-labrador-2.
— Kenza Moller
Posted in Events on Wednesday, July 4, 2012