In the Wake of the Vikings – Viking Cruise

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In the Wake of the Vikings – Viking Cruise

Journey to Vinland

Trace the route of Viking Leif Eriksson, who discovered American shores 500 years before Columbus. From the Norwegian mercantile city of Bergen, set off to the rustic Shetland Islands in Scotland. Cruise to the magnificently picturesque Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland; then, view ancient Norse settlements at L’Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland. Explore the rich cultures of Saguenay and Quebec City before concluding in cosmopolitan Montreal.

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*Expires 31st May 2024

Expired on Friday May 31st, 2024

Expired on Friday May 31st, 2024

Day 1 Bergen, Norway

Step on board your ship to begin your journey. Encircled by majestic mountains, fjords and glaciers, Bergen was home to Viking sagas. With your ship berthed next to Bryggen wharf, a UNESCO Site, easily stroll along its waterfront. This evening mingle with the locals and dine ashore, as we will be spending the night in port.

Awake in Bergen and further explore this Norwegian treasure. See the beautiful 18th-century wooden houses, and visit the Hanseatic Museum on your included tour. Perhaps take an excursion to Troldhaugen, the home of Edvard Grieg, Norway’s famous composer. Or take a trip to the top of Mt. Ulriken, where you can savor an Ulriken bun, a cinnamon pastry, with a view that is equally as indulgent. Gain an insider’s view of Norway’s shipbuilding culture and fish farming industry on our optional excursion.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

PANORAMIC BERGEN- INCLUDED
DURATION: 2 HOURS
UNESCO Sightseeing Easy*

A PANORAMIC TOUR OF BERGEN
Enjoy a relaxing tour by deluxe motor coach as you tour the main sites in Bergen. Founded in 1070 AD, Bergen features many historic sites including the medieval King Haakon’s Hall, the Rosenkrantz Tower, the picturesque wooden buildings at Bryggen, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the bustling fish market and the Nordnes Peninsula, with its 19th-century white painted wooden houses. Take a photo stop at Nordnes and admire the views over Bergen Harbor. Once the capital city of Norway, Norwegian kings resided here, and many historic events took place in the port. Bergen owed its wealth and prominence to the fish export trade, which has been at the heart of the town since the Middle Ages. Hear interesting stories from your guide about Bergen’s colorful past as you tour through the streets of Norway’s second-largest city.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

A SNAPSHOT OF BERGEN
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing, UNESCO, Moderate*

SITES AND HEIGHTS
See Bergen both up close and from a bird’s-eye perspective on this expansive tour. With your guide, pass the medieval Bergen Fortress at the entrance to the harbor. See the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bryggen, the picturesque wharf that helped put Bergen at the center of the Hanseatic League. For a wider view of this city, ascend Mt. Fløien via funicular railway. From the summit, enjoy spectacular views of Bergen’s seaside setting. Back in the city, visit the Schøtstuene Museum. Explore its multipurpose rooms in which wealthy Hanseatic merchants gathered during the winter months; the building was once used for meetings, teaching, social events and trials. For a more modern perspective, see the Bergen Theater and Grieg Hall, named for Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg. A scenic drive around the Nordnes Peninsula offers sweeping views across the harbor.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

GRIEG’S HOUSE & RECITAL & FANTOFT STAVE CHURCH
DURATION: 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Special Interest, Demanding*

THE OLD WAYS
Travel south of Bergen to view a remarkable wooden church and visit the home of Norway’s famed composer. Join your local guide on a drive through suburban Bergen to Fana, where the Fantoft Stave Church stands tall, proud and elegant. Built entirely of wood in 1150 in the tradition of Norwegian stave churches, it was moved to its present site in 1883 to save it from demolition and preserve it as part of the nation’s heritage. From spiritual faith to musical brilliance, you will also visit Troldhaugen, where famed Norwegian composer and pianist Edvard Grieg and his wife lived for 22 years. Norway’s most celebrated son, he was inspired by Norwegian folk music and sought to raise its profile in his composing and performances. He is best known for his Piano Concerto in A minor and Peer Gynt. Enjoy an exclusive recital of his music before returning to your ship.

* Demanding - Physically challenging activities, including extensive walks, hiking, riding, water sports, and high altitude activities. Activities by foot may contain difficult, unpaved surfaces and/or multiple stairs and steep inclines. Total time walking or standing may exceed 3 hours.

ASCENT OF MT. ULRIKEN
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing, Snack, UNESCO, Moderate*

TEA AT THE TOP
Combine a tour of the highlights of historic Bergen with a scenic visit to the summit of Mt. Ulriken. A panoramic tour takes you to the medieval Bergenhus fortress at the entrance to Bergen’s harbor. You will also see the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bryggen, the beautifully preserved wharf that was central to Bergen’s role in the Hanseatic League. Here, you will see the wooden warehouses through which much of the mercantile organization’s wealth passed. A cable car awaits you just outside the affluent suburb of Kalfaret. Wind conditions permitting, take a seat inside your gondola for a scenic ascent to Mt. Ulriken, the highest of Bergen’s famous Seven Mountains. At the summit, witness the magnificent views and enjoy a warm beverage accompanied by the famed Ulriken Bun, a cinnamon pastry for which this region is known. Enjoy free time at this 1,000-foot peak before returning to the city to explore on your own.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

A TASTE OF NORWEGIAN FARM LIFE
DURATION: 2 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Snack, Local Life, Moderate*

EXPERIENCE THE BEAUTY AND CULTURE OF ØVRE EIDE FARM
Venture into the pristine countryside outside Bergen to witness life on a traditional Norwegian farm. Drive with your guide through vistas of soaring mountains and tranquil lakes to the idyllic working farm at Øvre Eide, nestled on the beautiful Jordal Lake. Here, surrounded by green fields and magnificent scenery, the owner will greet you and lead a relaxed and leisurely guided tour of his tranquil property. Along the way, you will pause with him as he shares the farm’s history and local heritage and provides some insight into the evolving ways of farming in Norway. You will also meet some of the animals typically found on Nordic farms, from Norwegian fjord horses to Norwegian spel sheep. Then you are invited to join him in the beautiful main house for freshly made almond pralines, pastries with berries and cream and natural fruit juice, coffee, tea and hot chocolate.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

DALE OF NORWAY: A LIVING MUSEUM
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Working World, Shopping, Easy*

A HISTORIC MILL WEAVES NORWAY’S ICONIC SWEATERS
Visit one of Norway’s few remaining textile centers and see how the iconic Norwegian sweaters are made. Meet your guide at our berth and enjoy a scenic drive to the village of Dale, nestled in a sweeping valley among soaring peaks on the west coast. Here, spend time getting acquainted with the Dale factory, world-renowned for more than just its sweaters. This historic mill harnesses the power of local waterfalls. The community of Dale developed around this ingenuity and the textile industry that it supports. Today, the entire village embraces a culture that centers around knitting and creating traditional designs. Exclusive garments are made here for sports and fashion, too. Your guided tour will weave all the threads of this self-made town together for you, from its history to its sweater production. You will have free time to browse its shop before returning to your ship.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

THE KITCHEN TABLE
DURATION: 2 HOURS
Culinary, Moderate*

JOIN OUR EXECUTIVE CHEF FOR A UNIQUE, MARKET-TO-TABLE EXPERIENCE
Immerse yourself in local culture and cuisine as our Executive Chef leads you on an interactive culinary adventure. In the morning, you will travel by mini-coach to the local market to handpick ingredients under the guidance of our Chef. Later this evening, you will dine on regional dishes prepared by our experienced culinary team, using produce from the market. As you and your fellow guests enjoy this delicious creation at The Kitchen Table, you will also observe the art of plating with each dish. From fresh market fare to cooking techniques and elegant presentation, experience firsthand how your ship’s world-class culinary staff brings distinct, local flavors from the market to your taste buds. It is an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind opportunity to shop, interact and dine with the masters.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

MT. FLØIEN HIKE
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Active, Natural World, Demanding*

TREK THROUGH BERGEN’S WOODLAND HILLS
Ascend 1,000 feet above Bergen to the top of Mt. Fløien for magnificent views. Board the Fløibanen funicular for a scenic ride up the mountain, where you will begin your tour with a walk through the woodlands to the idyllic Skomakerdiket lake, then join the main path. As you climb, take in the stunning scenery of the Fløien Hills. The fjord and its multitude of islands are nestled below, and your eyes can follow the coastline all the way to the North Sea. Continue on the path toward Fjellveien while you enjoy sweeping views to the south of Bergen and Store Lundgegårdsvannet, a bay in the city center. Take a break and immerse yourself in nature as you breathe in the fresh mountain air. After time to relax, set off down the hill and through the charming Skuteviken neighborhood en route to your ship.

* Demanding - Physically challenging activities, including extensive walks, hiking, riding, water sports, and high altitude activities. Activities by foot may contain difficult, unpaved surfaces and/or multiple stairs and steep inclines. Total time walking or standing may exceed 3 hours.

FLIGHTSEEING OVER DRAMATIC FJORDS
DURATION: 1 HOUR
Sightseeing, Easy*

STUNNING SCENIC VIEWPOINT FROM THE SKY
Take flight on a scenic seaplane journey over the stunning fjords of Bergen and its mountain scenery. You will be picked up for a short transfer to the charming town of Sandviken. Meet your pilot and step on board your four-seater Cessna seaplane to experience the thrill of takeoff from the water. Soar over the picturesque mountains and view the beautiful fjords from above. You will also fly over the striking Hardangerfjord, blue glacier lakes and, weather permitting, Folgefonna—one of the biggest glaciers in Norway. On your return to base, fly over Mt. Ulriken and the city of Bergen, where you will see your cruise ship docked in the harbor. Have your camera ready for this breathtaking excursion over the wild, beautiful landscapes of western Norway.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

HELICOPTER FLIGHTSEEING OVER BERGEN
DURATION: 1 HOUR 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Easy*

TAKE FLIGHT OVER MOUNTAIN SCENERY AND CITY SIGHTS
Soar over the stunning fjords of Bergen and its mountain scenery by helicopter. Transfer to your helipad, meet your pilot and climb on board your helicopter. Don your seat belt, put on your headset and experience the thrill of takeoff. Have your camera ready for this breathtaking journey over the wild, beautiful landscapes of western Norway. Soar over the white snowcapped mountains and view the beautiful fjords from above. You will also fly over the stunning Hardangerfjord, known as the “Queen of Fjords,” as well as blue glacier lakes and Folgefonna—one of the biggest glaciers in Norway. On your return to base, fly over Mt. Ulriken—the highest of the Seven Mountains at more than 2,100 feet—and the city of Bergen, where you will see your cruise ship docked in the harbor. Return to the helipad, then transfer back to your awaiting ship.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

NORWEGIAN GOLD & SILVERSMITHS
DURATION: 2 HOURS
Working World, Snack, Moderate*

FACTORY TOUR AND DEMONSTRATION OF BEAUTIFULLY HANDCRAFTED PIECES
Visit one of Norway’s historic gold and silversmiths, and learn about their heritage during a visit to a factory. Take a short ride from the pier to Arven, a Bergen-based company that has been producing fine jewelry and interior design pieces for more than 150 years. You will be welcomed by your host, who will describe the history of the company and its place at the forefront of Norwegian design. As well as its own classic pieces, Arven works in partnership with some of Norway’s most talented designers. Take a tour of the factory and witness the artists at work, creating beautifully crafted jewelry, traditional silver cutlery, accessories and items for the home. After your tour of the production area, you will have the opportunity to browse the on-site gift shop and enjoy a glass of champagne before returning to your ship.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Admire the rugged beauty of one of Scotland’s remote island outposts today. You’ll set out to explore the main island’s southern reaches on an included tour. After a panoramic drive through charming Lerwick, the Shetlands’ only burgh, stop at the limestone hamlet of Fladdabister, the crofting town of Aithsetter and a 2,000-year-old castle. Or, visit the remarkable archaeological site of Jarlshof instead, stunning evidence of a thriving Viking presence.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

SHETLAND PANORAMA & PONIES - INCLUDED
DURATION: 1 HOUR 45 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Easy*

DREAMY SEASCAPES AND A RICH ISLAND CULTURE
Gain insight into the Shetland Islands while learning about Shetland ponies and admiring striking landscapes. Enjoy a photo stop from above Scalloway Castle, overlooking the harbor below, before visiting a Shetland pony breeder and enthusiast. Small ponies have existed in the Shetland Islands for more than 2,000 years; the ponies are thought to have been in domestic use since the Bronze Age. Learn more about how these miniature ponies are bred and used today. Travel north through the Tingwall Valley, with its Norse heritage, before heading through the peat- and heather-covered landscape to Girlsta, with its beautiful freshwater lochs and hillside scenery. Drive through Whiteness on the Atlantic coast to Wormadale for the chance to photograph many of the islands of the Shetland archipelago. Hear more about Shetland culture and heritage on the way back to your ship.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS OF SHETLAND
DURATION: 4 HOURS 15 MINUTES
Shopping, Sightseeing, Moderate*

PEER INTO AN ISLAND’S ANCIENT PAST
Drive through Lerwick, capital of the Shetland Islands, to the island’s southerly point on a panoramic tour. Pass through the rural townships of Fladdabister and—conditions permitting—admire the magnificent Mousa Broch, the world’s tallest and best-preserved broch, or roundhouse. Continue south, passing St. Ninian’s Isle, where the famous Pictish hoard of silver dating from the 9th century was found in 1958. Explore the prehistoric Norse settlements at Jarlshof, one of the most interesting archaeological sites in Britain. Over 5,000 years old, it features a remarkable sequence of stone structures—a drystone broch indicates an Iron Age settlement, while an ancient Norse longhouse tells of a thriving Viking community. Visit the small historic village of Hoswick. At the visitor center, housed in a former tweed-weaving mill, learn more about the history and culture of Shetland.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

WALKING THE NATURE TRAILS OF MOUSA ISLAND
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Active, Natural World, Demanding*

A LEISURELY HIKE ON AN UNINHABITED ISLAND
Witness the impressive Mousa Broch and stroll Mousa Island’s coastline to see local scenery and birdlife. Embark on a scenic drive through the rolling countryside en route to catching your first glimpse of the magnificent Mousa Broch, the tallest and best-preserved broch in the world. At the small ferry port, climb on board the Solan IV for a short crossing to the Island of Mousa, an uninhabited island just 1.5 miles long and one mile wide. Accompany your guide on a three-mile, two-hour walk around the perimeter of the island, admiring the beautiful scenery and observing wildlife including common and gray seals, Arctic terns and great skuas. Discover the historic Iron Age Mousa Broch, a drystone Iron Age fortress tower built more than 2,000 years ago without mortar. Incredibly, it stands some 43 feet high. After this invigorating walk, you will journey back to your ship.

* Demanding - Physically challenging activities, including extensive walks, hiking, riding, water sports, and high altitude activities. Activities by foot may contain difficult, unpaved surfaces and/or multiple stairs and steep inclines. Total time walking or standing may exceed 3 hours.

SHETLAND SEABIRDS EXPERIENCE BY BOAT
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Natural World, Snack, Moderate*

DISCOVER THE ISLAND’S WILDLIFE AND ADMIRE STUNNING SEASCAPES
Set forth with your highly experienced skipper and wildlife guide to seek Shetland wildlife. Starting from Victoria Pier, stroll past the Old Tolbooth from 1770 and go to the Lodberries. These were houses and warehouses sitting on their own piers so that goods could be loaded and unloaded directly from the boats during the time Lerwick was Northern Europe’s premier herring town. Returning to the pier, board your awaiting vessel and head out. You will enjoy unrivaled natural spectacles and memorable photographic opportunities. With a stunning backdrop of the Noss cliffs, this short cruise will take you around Noss and Bressay to enjoy the Shetlands’ numerous seabirds and seals, scenic views and geology. Keep watch for otters and marine mammals as you travel in comfort on board a twin-engine catamaran, providing the perfect platform to view the island’s wildlife.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

LERWICK & THE UP HELLY AA
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Special Interest, Demanding*

TAKE A STEP BACK IN TIME TO EXPLORE LERWICK’S VIKING HISTORY
Take a walking tour through the colorful and cosmopolitan history of Lerwick. Hear lively tales of Lerwick’s growth, merchant trading, shipping fleets and smugglers. From Victoria Pier, view the Old Tollbooth from 1770 and the Lodberries, houses and warehouses sitting on their own piers so that goods could be loaded and unloaded directly from the boats during the time when Lerwick was Northern Europe’s premier herring town. Continue along Commercial Street to Fort Charlotte, pausing to admire the views. Visit the Up Helly Aa Exhibition to see a replica Viking galley and an exhibit on the famous fire festival—where every last Tuesday of January, the darkened streets of Lerwick provide a background for a long torchlit procession. Then, head to the Shetland Museum and enjoy free time to discover more about the islands’ heritage and culture.

* Demanding - Physically challenging activities, including extensive walks, hiking, riding, water sports, and high altitude activities. Activities by foot may contain difficult, unpaved surfaces and/or multiple stairs and steep inclines. Total time walking or standing may exceed 3 hours.

THE SHETLAND PONY EXPERIENCE
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Natural World, Moderate*

A CLOSE-UP ENCOUNTER WITH SHETLAND’S FAMOUS PONIES
Meet the famous four-legged residents of the Shetland Islands and enjoy a close-up encounter. Embark on a scenic drive through Lerwick, capital of the Shetland Islands. Enjoy a stop at Meal Beach, recognized as one of the most beautiful beaches in Shetland. Arrive in Burra, one of the smaller islands of this group, connected to the mainland by a series of bridges. Here, you will be warmly welcomed by your hosts and their furry companions. Small ponies have existed in the Shetland Islands for more than 2,000 years. Today, you will learn more about how these miniature ponies are bred and used. In small groups, you will have the opportunity to pet, brush and handle the ponies, then lead one down to a beautiful, secluded beach for the perfect photo opportunity. After your pony encounter, you will bid your newfound friend farewell and return to your awaiting ship.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

RURAL SHETLAND
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Working World, Meal, Easy*

SHEEPDOG DEMONSTRATION AND SHETLAND PONIES AT LOCAL CROFT
Immerse yourself in the crofting culture of the Shetland Islands during a visit with a local breeder. Journey across the heather-covered hills to “Keolka” croft and meet David and Isla, highly regarded sheepdog trainers who will introduce you to crofting life in Shetland. Learn about Shetland sheep, renowned for their warm woolly coats, and meet hardy Shetland ponies. Observe David as he works with his sheepdogs and gain insight into the various stages of training, from playful puppies to accomplished sheepdogs, who demonstrate rounding up the wandering herd with ease. Hear tales and anecdotes of these four-legged companions and greet the stars of the demonstration with a friendly pat. Afterward, warm yourself up with a delicious lunch of homemade soup and traditional oatcakes at a charming guest house, then return to your ship.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Explore the legacy of Vikings in the scenic Faroe Islands, located halfway between Norway and Iceland. Once home to the Viking Parliament, the island’s capital of Tórshavn occupies the archipelago’s most historic peninsula. During your visit, a scenic drive reveals the breathtaking fjords of Kaldbak and Kollafjørdur, magnificent island vistas and a rich salmon fishing culture . . . all infused with a welcoming Nordic spirit.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

FAROE ISLAND VISTAS - INCLUDED
DURATION: 2 HOURS
Sightseeing, Moderate*

MAGNIFICENT VIEWS OF OLD VIKING LANDS
Get to know the Faroe Islands through the stunning landscapes of Streymoy, rich in Viking lore and fishing culture. Begin with a drive to the rocky Tinganes peninsula in Tórshavn harbor, home of the Viking Parliament and still host to the islands’ government buildings. Then, trace the scenic ridgetop road along the southern stretch of Streymoy Island, pausing above Tórshavn for photos. You will continue to Nororadalur (the North Valley), where on clear days you will have views of the island of Koltur. Farther north, marvel at the Kaldbak and Kollafjørdur fjords. Later, twisting roads lead into a picturesque valley, where you will stop to admire the hand-hewn stone salmon ladders leading into Lake Leynar. En route back to your ship, our road takes us through a two-mile tunnel and along a fjord’s shore, where you may see salmon jumping in sea farms.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

THE ISLAND OF VÁGAR
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Snack, Moderate*

COASTAL VISTAS AND SOARING PEAKS
Journey to the most westerly of the large Faroe Islands, traversing stunning coastal roads and mountain vistas. You will drive with your guide to the Vágatunnilin, a three-mile underwater tunnel to Vágar. Once you emerge, head to the charming village of Sandavágur, stopping to visit its visually striking red-roof church. The town was first settled by Viking Torkil Onundarson. Pass through Miðvágur next and continue to Vatnsoyrar, home to the largest lake in the Faroes. Next, visit Bøur and admire its cluster of houses, turf roofs and tar-blackened church. The town has a splendid view of the dramatic peaks of Tindhólmur islet and Mykines island in the distance. After a drive to Gásadalur, the island’s westernmost village, return to your ship via a scenic mountain road with incredible views of fjords and the capital. On this excursion, you will travel through many tunnels and on winding roads.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

IDYLLIC EYSTUROY
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Snack, Moderate*

PANORAMAS AND PANCAKES
Explore the rugged island of Eysturoy, home to 66 mountain peaks and dramatic harbors. You will meet your guide and head north through the idyllic villages of Streymoy, the main island. Past the old whaling station at Áir, cross the narrow sound on what locals affectionately call “the only bridge over the Atlantic” onto Eysturoy. If you would like, you can walk the short distance over the bridge. Continue through a stunning vista of sharply sloped mountains, pausing to view two distinctive sea stacks known as “The Giant and the Hag” and to admire the highest peak in the archipelago, Slaettaratindur, standing 2,890 feet. Later, arrive in Gjógv, where you can sample homemade pancakes at a nearby guesthouse and walk to the gorge that harbors its simple fishing boats. After free time, return to your ship via a scenic mountain road, stopping at an overlook to see the capital from above.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

VESTMANNA SEA CLIFFS
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing, Natural World, Easy*

A SEABIRD LOVER’S PARADISE AMID SPECTACULAR MASSIFS
Cruise on board a local boat to the spectacular cliffs and grottoes that line Streymoy’s southern coast. The town of Vestmanna, Old Norse for “Westman,” was once a sheltered Viking outpost. Its nearby cliffs, known as Vestmannabjørgini, rise up to 1,950 feet straight from the ocean and are host to hidden grottoes and colonies of puffins, kittiwakes and other seabirds. You will drive with your guide to Vestmanna, today a colorful village on a sloping hill, and board your boat. This exciting seafaring excursion brings you face to face with the majestic and massive rock faces. If the seas and the weather allow, you will cruise into some of the grottoes so you can view the cacophony of birdlife that nests within. Note that the sea may be choppy and require seasickness tablets, and that you should dress warmly in waterproof layers and wear flat, rubber-soled shoes.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

SCENIC VISTAS & COASTAL VILLAGES
DURATION: 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Easy*

KOLLAFJØRDUR CHURCH AND SAKSUN FARMHOUSE MUSEUM
Discover the rural beauty of the Faroe Islands during a scenic excursion along coastal roads to bucolic villages. In Kollafjørdur, visit an old Faroese church whose black-tarred wooden frame and traditional turf roof have been standing along the shore since 1837. One of nine churches built on the islands during the mid-19th century, it still maintains a simple, unvarnished wooden interior. In Saksun, nestled at the end of the road above a round bay, take in idyllic views before embarking on a tour of Dúvugardar, a 300-year-old farmhouse that is now a national heritage museum. Browse its informative exhibits offering a realistic portrait of the life of a Faroese farmer from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. Between stops in the villages, pause at scenic viewpoints in Selatrad and Kaldbak, where you will have an opportunity to admire the stark beauty of the Kaldbak and Kollafjørdur fjords as they unfold below.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

FAROE ISLAND CULTURE
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Snack, Moderate*

GØTA MUSEUM AND SHEEP FARM ON EYSTUROY ISLAND
Delve into the Faroe Islands’ past and present during visits to a museum and sheep farm on the island of Eysturoy. Embark on a scenic drive by motor coach through the rugged countryside to the village of Gøta. This historically important village was once home to Tróndur í Gøtu, a Viking-era chieftain who ruled over the islands during the late 10th century. Gain insight into island culture at the Gøta Museum. See an old Faroese community, complete with farmers’ and fishermen’s cottages, and an ancient church. Then, travel south toward Toftir to explore a sheephouse. Learn about sheep farming and enjoy a taste of local favorites such as dried meat and rhubarb refreshments. See where the wool goes during a visit to a nearby clothing producer who combines age-old methods with modern designs. Cap your journey with several stops at scenic viewpoints en route back to your ship.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Sail legendary waters, where medieval Europeans believed “there be dragons” beyond the ocean’s horizon. Enjoy the amenities of your ship as you sail. Perhaps take a breath of fresh air on a brisk walk around the Promenade Deck or begin your day with a workout in the well-equipped Fitness Center.

Explore Reykjavík, one of the cleanest and most eco-friendly cities in the world. Vikings settled here in 870 AD, and today Reykjavík is home to endless charms, watched over by the majestic Esja mountain range. You will see the city’s highlights up close, including the charming cathedral. And admire the cityscape from the Perlan, a hilltop, glass-domed landmark offering spectacular city views. Alternately, you may venture farther afield to take in the country’s breathtaking natural beauty, from towering waterfalls and soaring mountains to blue thermal springs.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

PANORAMIC REYKJAVÍK - INCLUDED
DURATION: 2 HOURS 45 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Moderate*

THE WORLD’S NORTHERNMOST CAPITAL
Get acquainted with Iceland’s picturesque capital and visit the Whales of Iceland museum. Begin with a drive up Öskjuhlío Hill to the Perlan vantage point, also known as “The Pearl.” This glass-domed building was built upon old hot-water storage tanks and offers sweeping city views. Descend into the city and pass the National Museum and the university. You will also see the fantastic Hallgrímskirkja church, a towering vision in white. Continue past the Kjarvalsstadir art museum, a fine example of Nordic modernism, and the Höfði House, where Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev held a meeting that marked the beginning of the end of the Cold War. You will then head to the Old Harbor and visit the Whales of Iceland museum, to view various life-size models of species that are found in Icelandic waters. Afterward, return to your ship.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

THE GOLDEN CIRCLE
DURATION: 8 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Meal, Natural World, UNESCO, Moderate*

A FULL DAY OF EPIC NATURAL BEAUTY
Witness otherworldly, spellbinding landscapes as you tour the fabled “Island of Fire and Ice.” Iceland’s volcanic and glacial activity make it one of the world’s most dramatic spots for unspoiled splendor. You will drive with your guide to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Thingvellir National Park, where Iceland’s first national assembly was founded in 930 AD. Visit this Viking site, then continue to Gullfoss to marvel at the “Golden Falls,” the nation’s most famous waterfall, as it plunges into Hvítá Canyon. Next, you will stop in the Haukadalur geothermal area to witness the eruption of the Strokkur geyser. After a delicious lunch, drive across the Hellisheiði mountain plateau, blanketed with postglacial lava fields. Back in Reykjavík, enjoy sweeping views of the city from here before returning to your ship.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

WHALE WATCHING
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Natural World, Moderate*
GLACIER SUPER TRUCK ADVENTURE
DURATION: 8 HOURS
Active, Meal, Sightseeing, Natural World, UNESCO, Demanding*

INTO A WHITE WONDERLAND
Venture into the icy wilderness by super truck with an expert driver and guide. Stop at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Thingvellir National Park, where Iceland’s first national assembly was founded in 930 AD. Visit this Viking site before heading into Iceland’s majestic hinterland through the vast Cold Valley. Then drive onto the ice caps and into the white world of Iceland’s second largest glacier, Langjökull, or “Long Glacier.” You will traverse the ice and snow on an exhilarating drive through a breathtaking landscape. Continue to the woodlands of Húsafell and pause for lunch. After, drive to the nearby waterfalls of Hraunfossar and Barnafoss, two of Iceland’s most picturesque. Return to Reykjavík via the Hvalfjördur Tunnel and the coast.

Note: this excursion is physically demanding and unsuitable for those with back or neck problems.

* Demanding - Physically challenging activities, including extensive walks, hiking, riding, water sports, and high altitude activities. Activities by foot may contain difficult, unpaved surfaces and/or multiple stairs and steep inclines. Total time walking or standing may exceed 3 hours.
SEEK OUT THE WORLD’S LARGEST MAMMAL
Set out in search of graceful, gentle giants in the whale-watching capital of Northern Europe. About 42% of the world’s known whale species call these waters home; that is, 12–15 species. Though sightings can never be guaranteed, the chances of spotting whales here are excellent. Transfer to the harbor to embark your boat. Cruise into open waters, where you may see blue, fin, humpback and minke whales. Your boat’s double engine can propel it at 24 miles per hour, so you will cover a large area during your three-hour tour. A crew member stationed in the lookout post will provide commentary during your search. Note that the ramp onto the ship is steep. It can be quite cold on open waters, so dress warmly. Seats are limited on the top deck; if you prefer to stay outdoors, you may have to stand.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

ICELAND THROUGH THE LENS
DURATION: 6 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Special Interest, Natural World, Active, Meal, Moderate*

FREEZE-FRAMING ICELAND’S INTENSE BEAUTY
Enjoy an excursion with a professional landscape photographer and open your eyes to nature’s dramatic landscapes. Whether you are an amateur or a seasoned hobbyist, be sure to seize this rare opportunity. With so few places left offering landscapes that are at once dramatic and accessible, some of the best nature photographers in the world come here to capture the earth at its wildest and most unspoiled. On this specialized excursion, you will meet your guide and set out to get the perfect shot. Your route will depend on the conditions of the day, but you will stop at some of the best shooting locations in the country. Frame up any number of magnificent panoramas of vast lava fields, bubbling hot springs, soaring mountain ranges, pristine lakes and picturesque fishing villages.

Note: you will need to bring your own camera to participate.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

THE BLUE LAGOON
DURATION: 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Local Life, Moderate*

BASK IN THE WATERS OF ICELAND’S FAMED NATURAL SPA
Soak in the mineral-rich waters of Iceland’s fabled Blue Lagoon, said to be the nation’s health and beauty secret. Meet your guide for a drive through the rugged lava fields of the Reykjanes Peninsula, home of this famous geothermal pool. The original lagoon was formed after an accidental overflow from the adjacent geothermal plant; today, it is one of a dozen pools of its kind in Iceland. The mineral-rich, milky-blue water, steamy vapors and 12-foot-high lava wall surrounding the pool create a unique bathing atmosphere. Note that this is not a swimming excursion, but a chance to soak in mineral waters of 102?F. The lagoon’s floor can be rough and uneven. Health regulations require all bathers to disrobe, shower and change in gender-specific changing rooms before entering the lagoon. Please note: this excursion is unsuitable for those with walking difficulties and a swimsuit is required.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

REYKJANES PENINSULA & VIKING WORLD MUSEUM
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing, Natural World, UNESCO, Easy*

VOLCANIC LANDSCAPES AND REPLICA OF VIKING LONGSHIP
Admire volcanic landscapes and visit the Viking World museum during a scenic drive across the Reykjanes Peninsula. This rocky peninsula sits atop the Mid-Atlantic Ridge—the meeting point of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates—and is home to volcanoes, extensive lava fields, geysers and hot springs. Your journey will take you across the rugged countryside and through charming fishing villages to places such as Kleifarvatn Lake, one of the deepest lakes in Iceland, and Krýsuvík, with its many multicolored hot springs of boiling mud and powerful jets of steam erupting from the crater-pocked terrain. Stop for a visit at the Viking World museum. Peruse the exhibits that document Viking culture and history, and view the Íslendingur, a full-scale replica of the Gokstad Viking longship that carried explorer Leif Eriksson’s voyage to Vinland (present-day Newfoundland).

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

PANORAMIC SOUTHERN COAST OF ICELAND
DURATION: 9 HOURS
Sightseeing, Natural World, Meal, Easy*

RUGGED LANDSCAPES, WATERFALLS AND GEOLOGIC MUSEUM
Discover the majestic beauty of Iceland’s remote south coast. Embark your motor coach for a scenic ride along the rugged coastline, passing a panorama of looming mountains, glaciers and lava fields. Head along the Hellisheidi mountain road and through the charming villages that dot Iceland’s rich farmland region. Stop and marvel at Seljalandsfoss, a towering waterfall fed by the famous glacier-capped Eyjafjallajökull volcano. Enjoy lunch, then continue to the Skógafoss waterfall; depending on the weather, you may be able to see a single or double rainbow encircling the cascade. At Reynisfjara, explore and photograph the mesmerizing black-sand beach and basalt sea stacks that tower above the waves offshore. At the Lava Center, examine exhibits on Iceland’s geology and geothermic activity before returning to your ship.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

ICELAND ON HORSEBACK
DURATION: 2 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Natural World, Active, Demanding*

HORSEBACK RIDING ON LAVA FIELDS
Discover the volcanic landscape of the Hafnarfjörður while riding a purebred Icelandic horse. Transfer to the riding center and receive your riding equipment and a short safety briefing before being introduced to your four-legged riding companion. Icelandic horses are direct descendants of their Viking ancestors; these sturdy animals are known for their sure-footedness and a calm and friendly disposition. Mount up and begin your leisurely ride across the lava fields of Mt. Helgafell and the Kaldarsel area, or to Lake Hvaleyrarvatn. Admire the beauty of this rugged region, where ever-changing lava formations contrast with green meadows as the Bláfjöll Mountains loom in the distance. Keep watch for jets of steam erupting from the ground and learn about the ongoing efforts to reforest the region as you trot through this idyllic countryside.

* Demanding - Physically challenging activities, including extensive walks, hiking, riding, water sports, and high altitude activities. Activities by foot may contain difficult, unpaved surfaces and/or multiple stairs and steep inclines. Total time walking or standing may exceed 3 hours.

BLACK BEACH BY ATV & LAVA TUNNEL
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Active, Natural World, Demanding*

ICELAND’S RUGGED LANDSCAPES ABOVE AND BELOW GROUND
Traverse dramatic black-sand beaches on an ATV and explore a stunning subterranean lava tunnel. Depart Reykjavík for a scenic drive through desolate lava fields toward the village of Thorlákshöfn. At a nearby volcanic beach, you will meet your guide and get outfitted with the necessary gear. After a short introduction to your two-person all-terrain vehicle and safety briefing, drive out into the rugged terrain and admire the incredible vistas around you. Afterward, travel to the lava tunnels at Raufarhólshellir, where you will head underground to witness the inner workings of an ancient volcanic eruption during a guided tour. Learn about the cave’s fascinating history as you gaze at its unique geological features from an elevated walkway, before returning to your ship. Please note: A valid driver’s license is necessary to drive an ATV.

* Demanding - Physically challenging activities, including extensive walks, hiking, riding, water sports, and high altitude activities. Activities by foot may contain difficult, unpaved surfaces and/or multiple stairs and steep inclines. Total time walking or standing may exceed 3 hours.

HEART OF THE GLACIER
DURATION: 9 HOURS
Active, Natural World, Meal, Moderate*

ICE CAVE AT LANGJÖKULL GLACIER, HOT SPRINGS AND WATERFALLS
Head underground to explore the interior of a glacier during an all-day excursion to a manmade ice cave. Your journey will take you to the breathtaking Langjökull Glacier, the second-largest glacier in Iceland; covering more than 361 sq mi, its thick ice sheet measures 1,900 feet at its deepest point. Follow your knowledgeable guide as you descend almost 100 feet below the surface through a carved-out ice tunnel, witnessing the ice transform from white to rich blue. Learn about glaciology and the effects of climate change on the glaciers as you marvel at the unique subterranean scenery surrounding you. Your excursion will also include a visit to admire the powerful hot springs at Deildartunguhver, photo stops at the picturesque waterfalls of Hraunfoss and Barnafoss, and a delicious lunch at an expansive country estate. Afterward, you will return to your awaiting ship.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

SKY LAGOON
DURATION: 2 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Local Life, Easy*

HEALING BENEFITS OF THERMAL SPA
Relax in the warmth of a rejuvenating oceanside geothermal lagoon during a visit to the Sky Lagoon. Unwind as you enjoy breathtaking views of the North Atlantic Ocean through the largest single window in Iceland. You will have free time to explore the spa at your leisure, or you may choose to partake in the Ritual, a unique seven-step experience. Start with an immune system-stimulating dip in the cold plunge, then visit the sauna, letting the heat open pores, remove toxins and cleanse your skin. Slowly stroll through the cold fog-mist space, balancing out the heat of the sauna as you breathe deeply and refresh your senses. Then, apply the lagoon’s signature body scrub to exfoliate your skin before entering the steam sauna to maximize its healing benefits. Close your eyes and enjoy your moment of tranquility. After, feeling renewed and relaxed, you will return to your ship.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Cruise coastal Greenland today, taking in the splendid views from your ship. During your day at sea, you might indulge in a massage or facial or take a sauna in The Spa. Find your inner calm with yoga on the Sports Deck. Tonight, try some food and wine pairings at The Chef’s Table.

Take in the natural beauty of Nanortalik. This “place of the polar bears,” as its name translates, is spread over a small island in a splendid setting on the shores of the Labrador Sea. Like in much of Greenland, the lack of trees here lends a stark and pristine beauty. You will learn about the city’s seafaring history, rich culture and colorful customs during your stay, visiting the open air Nanortalik Museum to learn how Vikings were among the first, and the Inuit among the last, to settle here.

SHORE EXCURISON

NANORTALIK & ITS FASCINATING MUSEUM - INCLUDED
DURATION: 5 HOURS
Active, Moderate*

LEGACIES OF AN OLD DANISH COLONY
Experience the tranquil setting of Nanortalik at your leisure, and visit the open air Nanortalik Museum. You will disembark amid starkly beautiful vistas, a treeless landscape near the mouth of the Tasermiut Fjord overlooked by the dramatic contours of towering peaks. Wander the charming streets on your own, perhaps passing the quaint wooden Nanortalik Church, built by the Danes in 1916. In the old colonial port, visit the open air Nanortalik Museum, one of the most interesting museums in Greenland. As you wander among old trade buildings on the harbor, observe the simplicity of life in the Danish colony that thrived here in the 19th and 20th centuries. You will also see artifacts from the old Inuit culture and the Norse settlements of 982 AD, including turf huts and fur boats. Note that the museum is prone to occasional congestion.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Visit the small village of Qaqortoq today, located within its namesake fjord. This simple seaside town relies on fishing, fur production and ship repair and also has a brisk local arts scene, as you will see in its 30 “Stone and Man” sculptures in town. Your self-guided walking tour leads you along inviting streets lined with Inuit stone-and-peat houses, the 1832 Old Church and the Mindebrønden fountain.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

QAQORTOQ WALKING TOUR
DURATION: 1 HOUR 30 MINUTES
Shopping, Sightseeing, Active, Moderate*

SET YOUR OWN PACE IN THIS CHARMING SEASIDE TOWN
Explore the history, culture and lifestyles of coastal Greenland during a self-guided walking tour. Viking will provide a map to get you oriented to this tiny town and local guides will greet you at meeting points to provide insight. From your ship, walk to the town square, where colonial-era buildings evoke early days of Danish settlement. Browse the fish and meat market before continuing to the Old Church, or “Annaasisup Oqaluffia,” built in 1832. Inside, admire original paintings from the mid-19th-century. Later, stroll past recreations of the stone-and-peat houses used by the Inuit people until the 1970s. Pass the New Church to see the supermarket, and perhaps pause at the Arctic Café restaurant. You can proceed to the Bench of Love on Vatican Hill before viewing the town’s 30 “Stone and Man” sculptures, each carved by local and Scandinavian artists. From here, your ship is a short walk away.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

AN INTIMATE GLIMPSE OF LIFE IN GREENLAND
DURATION: 1 HOUR 30 MINUTES
Local Life, Snack, Active, Moderate*

ENJOY LOCAL HOSPITALITY IN AN WELCOMING SETTING
Get to know some local Greenlanders as you are invited into their home. You will meet your guide at our pier and take a short guided walk through Qaqortoq. Upon arrival at your host’s home, enjoy a warm greeting and a brief tour of the house, after which you will enjoy coffee or tea and home-prepared cakes. Your guide will serve as your interpreter throughout your visit as you exchange stories with your new friends who long ago adapted to calling Greenland home. Admire the national costume made by the women of the household, on display for your visit. Throughout your stay, you can inquire about the home, your hosts’ lifestyle and local landmarks. You just might find that you have quite a bit in common. Note that you will need to walk about ¾-mile over uneven terrain; also, it is customary to remove your shoes before entering a private home.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

GREAT GREENLAND FURHOUSE
DURATION: 2 HOURS
Special Interest, Working World, Active, Moderate*

THE HISTORY AND PRODUCTION OF GREENLAND'S PRIZED FUR
See firsthand how Greenland’s prized fur is made during a tour of the inside workings of a furhouse. The fur trade, though illegal in some countries, is big business in Greenland, and the Great Greenland Furhouse is one of the country’s biggest employers. You will meet your guide at our pier and walk together to the facility. During your tour, you will learn about the history, production, processing, distribution and valuation of Greenland fur and sealskins. View skins of polar bear, seal, caribou, reindeer, musk ox and lamb. Continue past the cleaning area to the sorting room, where workers determine the quality of skins and sort them into different piles. In the workroom, watch as seamstresses sew beautiful coats, jackets, mittens, slippers and other items from quality sealskin, a crucial part of the colorful national costume. After this fascinating tour, return to your ship by foot.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Trace the route of Leif Eriksson today as you sail from Greenland to Canada. Perhaps you will swim in the Infinity Pool or mingle with newfound friends over tea in the Wintergarden. This evening, enjoy soft piano music in the Living Room or lively jazz in Torshavn.

Step back 500 years before the days of Columbus, to the late 10th century, when Viking Leif Eriksson led the first European landing on American soil at L’Anse aux Meadows, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The archaeological site’s beautiful seaside setting on the northernmost tip of Newfoundland boasts millennium-old remains, including a Viking sod longhouse. You will explore a village reconstruction or, if you prefer, follow Newfoundland’s scenic coastline and view marine animals in their natural habitat.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

VIKING EXPERIENCE - INCLUDED
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Sightseeing, UNESCO, Active, Demanding*

THE FIRST EUROPEAN OUTPOST OF THE NEW WORLD
Visit the remarkable ancient settlement founded by Vikings more than 1,000 years ago. Here, at L’Anse aux Meadows, Leif Eriksson, son of Erik the Red, was the first European to set foot on American soil. The Viking originally called his discovery “Vinland,” which many believe translates from Old Norse into “land of meadows.” You will tour this finely restored village with your guide, gaining immeasurable insight into what life was like for the continent’s first Norse explorers. See the sod houses, constructed of soil packed over wooden frames, and see evidence of carpentry and ironsmith workshops. You will also learn about the 1960 discovery of the site by the adventurer Helge Ingstad and his wife, archaeologist Anne Stine Ingstad. En route back to your ship, stop to visit the recreated Viking village of Norstead to learn more about life in these northern reaches one millennium ago.

* Demanding - Physically challenging activities, including extensive walks, hiking, riding, water sports, and high altitude activities. Activities by foot may contain difficult, unpaved surfaces and/or multiple stairs and steep inclines. Total time walking or standing may exceed 3 hours.

THE NORTH COAST
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Natural World, Easy*

TOUR NEWFOUNDLAND’S DRAMATIC COAST BY FISHING BOAT
Join a local family on their fishing boat for a scenic sail among sea life and coastal cliffs. You will meet your guide for a picturesque drive to St. Anthony, on the northern tip of the Great Northern Peninsula. Then meet your hosts, the Alcock family, on board their 47-passenger Cape Islander,and set off along the coast near Fishing Point. During your excursion, you might see humpback whales, which typically stay along the coast in September. Keep your eyes open, too, for dolphins, seals, sea turtles and minke, fin and orca whales. As you explore the coast and keep watch for spouts, the Alcocks will regale you with tales both real and rumored in this land of Vikings, moose, salmon and caribou. After a two-hour cruise and an enriching up-close view of this remote and tranquil coastline, you will bid your new friends farewell and return to your ship.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

DOCTOR TO THE NORTH: THE GRENFELL LEGACY
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing, Easy*

LEARN ABOUT A PHYSICIAN’S LIFE OF ADVENTURE AND PHILANTHROPY
Journey to St. Anthony, the staging post for many northern expeditions by Artic explorers racing to the North Pole. This excursion features a visit to the Grenfell Interpretation Center, which chronicles the inspiring life of Sir Wilfred Grenfell, the young English doctor who visited St. Anthony in 1892 and founded the Grenfell Mission. Dr. Grenfell was renowned for bringing medicine and education to the Inuit and European settlers along the harsh Labrador Coast. His adventures were required reading in eastern Canada and taught valuable lessons to rural schoolchildren. His tales of courage and charitable efforts made him a friend of American presidents and governors, as well as European royalty. You will also visit his home, where you can view the artifacts gathered from a life of Arctic adventure and global philanthropy.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Today you will make your way toward the St. Lawrence River via the Gulf of St. Lawrence. As you sail, you might attend an illuminating enrichment lecture in the theater. This evening, enjoy cocktails in the Explorers’ Lounge.

Discover the history of Saguenay today, a once-disparate region of boroughs established as one city as recently as 2002. Built on a rich fur-trading and timber industry, it is a quintessential Quebecois town proud of its rural roots. You can witness the story of its growth during a lively stage show created specifically for English-speaking visitors, with privileged backstage access. Alternately, you can head into the countryside to visit two family businesses that embody the region’s French heritage with their cheese and wine production.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

SAGUENAY DISCOVERY - INCLUDED
DURATION: 2 HOURS 15 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Easy*

SEE THE SIGHTS OF THE FJORD AND CHICOUTIMI
Learn how the stunning Saguenay Fjord has shaped this scenic region and see the sights of Chicoutimi. Embark on a panoramic drive by motor coach and hear about the lives of locals during the 17th century, where settlers and First Nations peoples lived alongside each other. Continue to Chicoutimi along its main street, Rue Racine, to the Old Port. Pause at the Little White House and enjoy time for photos as you discover how it miraculously survived the great flood of 1996. Pause for photos at the Pulp Mill of Chicoutimi and hear how important the mill was to the economic prosperity of the region. Next, you will pass the Ha! Ha! Pyramid, a monument to the great flood of 1996, and learn about the unusual tale of its creation; it was made from more than 3,000 traffic yield signs. After your tour, return to your awaiting ship.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

ZODIAC IN THE PARK
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Active, Natural World, Demanding*

AN EXHILARATING RIDE INTO THE SAGUENAY FJORD
Board a high-speed Zodiac craft and cruise into the Saguenay Fjord for an up-close look at a magnificent waterway. Transfer to Saguenary Fjord National Park via a charming school bus. Upon arrival and following a briefing and safety demonstration, step on board and head into the Saguenay Fjord, one of the most southerly fjords in the Northern Hemisphere. Measuring 65 miles long, this spectacular waterway is lined by cliffs with an average height of 490 feet; the tallest soars to 1,150 feet. During your 75-minute adventure, you will see firsthand the stunning confluence of deep forest and marine habitats, home to a wide array of wildlife. Keep an eye out for peregrine falcons on the steep walls. After, you will have free time in the park’s Interpretation Center. Note that this tour requires you to dress warmly, wear flat, comfortable shoes and be physically fit.

* Demanding - Physically challenging activities, including extensive walks, hiking, riding, water sports, and high altitude activities. Activities by foot may contain difficult, unpaved surfaces and/or multiple stairs and steep inclines. Total time walking or standing may exceed 3 hours.

SEAPLANE OVER THE FJORD
DURATION: 45 MINUTES
Special Interest, Natural World, Moderate*

TAKE WING OVER THE SAGUENAY FJORD
View Quebec province’s cherished natural beauty from a soaring seaplane. Saguenay Fjord, one of the most southerly fjords in the Northern Hemisphere, stretches 65 miles from Sainte-Rose-du-Nord to the St. Lawrence River. Its magnificent, sweeping terrain is best appreciated from above. Lined by cliffs reaching heights of up to 1,150 feet, this pristine waterway harbors a rich diversity of wildlife. At the pier, meet your pilot and board your seaplane, then motor out into the water for a thrilling takeoff. During your 20-minute flight, you will fly over the site of New France and the charming village of Sainte-Rose du Nord, where the Saguenay River becomes a fjord. You will also get a bird’s-eye view of Cap au Leste, the Sentier Cross and the Ha! Ha! Bay, where your ship is anchored. After your water landing, you will walk back to your ship.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

SAGUENAY HIGHLIGHTS & CRAFTS
DURATION: 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Working World, Sightseeing, Moderate*

NATURAL BEAUTY AND TRADITIONAL ARTISANS
Learn how the stunning Saguenary Fjord has shaped this scenic region and visit with some local craftspeople. Drive with your guide through the picturesque La Baie, stopping at the Fjord Museum. Here, you will learn how the fjord was so dramatically chiseled into the Laurentian Mountains. Next, Pass the Ha! Ha! Pyramid, a monument to the great flood of 1996, as you continue on to Le Chevrier du Nord, a small family-owned goat farm, and learn how your hosts produce mohair wool. Your final stop is the home of local barber and painter Arthur Villeneuve, located in the historic pulp mill. Enjoy time to browse the impressive frescoes that cover almost every square inch of his home, then return to your ship.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

WHALE WATCHING
DURATION: 6 HOURS 45 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Natural World, Meal, Moderate*

QUAINT RIVERSIDE VILLAGES AND MIGHTY LEVIATHANS
Visit a charming Quebecois village and set out in search of gentle giants in the Saguenay Fjord. Drive with your guide to Rose-du-Nord. Hugging the shores of the Saguenay River and surrounded by forested slopes, it is one of the most picturesque villages in Quebec province. After a brief stay, continue to Tadoussac at the end of the fjord, the oldest surviving French settlement in the Americas. Enjoy time here to explore on your own, perhaps admiring the Old Chapel, the oldest wooden church north of Mexico. Later, board your whale-watching boat and head out into the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park, Canada’s first marine national park and an important habitat for the St. Lawrence beluga whale. Sightings are never guaranteed, but keep watch for this magnificent white creature as well as minke whales, porpoises and the rare right whale. After a three-hour cruise, you will return to your ship.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

FIELD TO FORK AT LES JARDINS DE SOPHIE
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Special InterestMealModerate*
ORGANIC CULINARY AND FARMING EXPERIENCE
Visit a family-run organic farm and use its produce to help create your delicious lunch. Set among the picturesque wooded hills next to the Saguenay Fjord, Les Jardins de Sophie grows fruit, vegetables and herbs using traditional methods. Embark on a scenic journey through the neighborhood of Chicoutimi, during which your guide will describe the region’s history and culture. Upon arrival at the farm, you will be warmly greeted by its owners. They will take you on a guided tour to share their experiences in market gardening and organic farming, and show you the tractors, root cellar, greenhouse, nursery and forge. Then, join the farm’s chef in the kitchen of the rustic St. Sapin Pavillon. Enjoy a tasting menu prepared by the chef, made in part from freshly harvested ingredients. If you choose, you may help prepare some of the side dishes to complete this authentic food experience.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Quebec City is by many accounts the most French city in New France. The Old Town’s centerpiece, the magnificent Château Frontenac, seems transported from the palatial landscapes of the Loire Valley, and its French-accented streets lead past white-stone buildings that evoke old-world medieval villages. The only remaining walled city in North America outside of Mexico, Quebec City was fortified in the 17th century soon after its founding in 1608. Its strategic setting on the rocky promontory of Cape Diamond gave troops a close view of the St. Lawrence.

SHORE EXCURSIONS

HISTORIC QUEBEC CITY - INCLUDED
DURATION: 2 HOURS
Sightseeing, UNESCO, Easy*

DISCOVER THIS UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE
Explore cultural and historic sights in Quebec City, hailed as the most authentically French city outside France. At Dufferin Terrace, the scenic overlook adjacent to the celebrated Château Frontenac, you will take in breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River, Île d’Orléans and the Laurentian Mountains. Next, drive past the beautifully restored Place Royale market square in the atmospheric Old Town, dotted with stone architecture dating as far back as the 1600s, including the oldest standing Catholic church in North America. Continue to the Plains of Abraham, the site where the French surrendered to the British in 1759. Enjoy more spectacular river and city views from its cliffside perch on Cape Diamond, named after the stones explorer Jacques Cartier mistook for diamonds. After following the Grande Allée, the Champs-Élysées of Québec, stop to view the imposing Second Empire–style Parliament Building and return to you ship.

* Easy - Walking portions are generally over easy surfaces with few steps or inclines. Total time walking or standing is normally not longer than 1.5 hours.

THE KITCHEN TABLE
DURATION: 1 HOUR 45 MINUTES
Culinary, Moderate*

JOIN OUR EXECUTIVE CHEF FOR A UNIQUE, MARKET-TO-TABLE EXPERIENCE
Immerse yourself in local culture and cuisine as our Executive Chef leads you on an interactive culinary adventure. In the morning, you will travel by mini-coach to the local market to handpick ingredients under the guidance of our Chef. Later this evening, you will dine on regional dishes prepared by our experienced culinary team, using produce from the market. As you and your fellow guests enjoy this delicious creation at The Kitchen Table, you will also observe the art of plating with each dish. From fresh market fare to cooking techniques and elegant presentation, experience firsthand how your ship’s world-class culinary staff brings distinct, local flavors from the market to your taste buds. It is an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind opportunity to shop, interact and dine with the masters.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

QUEBEC CITY BY FOOT & HORSE-DRAWN TROLLEY
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Sightseeing, Active, Demanding*

AN UP-CLOSE VIEW OF A MOST FRENCH-FLAVORED CITY
See Quebec City in the most intimate fashion during an invigorating walking tour and horse-drawn trolley ride. As you explore, your guide will regale you with the history of this remarkable city on the St. Lawrence River and help you appreciate the joie de vivre of what it means to be Quebecois. You will meet your guide at the pier and stroll to the Lower Town and its central plaza, the Place Royale, where Samuel de Champlain founded the first settlement. Continue to the Quartier Petit Champlain; its narrow cobblestone streets lined with shops and tidy stone buildings comprise the oldest commercial district in North America. Later, ascend by funicular to the Upper Town for a horse-drawn trolley ride through Quebec City’s narrow streets lined with charming shops, cafés and more. Afterward, you may choose to stay in either the Upper or Lower Town, or return with your guide to your ship.

* Demanding - Physically challenging activities, including extensive walks, hiking, riding, water sports, and high altitude activities. Activities by foot may contain difficult, unpaved surfaces and/or multiple stairs and steep inclines. Total time walking or standing may exceed 3 hours.

QUEBEC REGION DISCOVERY DAY
DURATION: 6 HOURS 15 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Meal, Natural World, Moderate*

“OPEN GARDEN OF QUEBEC”
Explore the pastoral island of Île d’Orléans, one of the first areas of Quebec province settled by the French. The island offers a rich blend of rural tradition and European charm. You will meet your guide and drive east, passing Old City landmarks before crossing the Île d’Orléans Bridge onto the island. During your scenic drive, you will witness the area’s celebrated produce and vast farmlands. Visit a vineyard and learn about Quebec’s viticulture, from planting and climate to cultivation and wine production. After a chance to sample some wine, continue to the island’s western edge for spectacular views of Montmorency Falls spilling into the St. Lawrence River. Board a cable car to the top of the falls, where you can get a bird’s-eye view from a wooden footbridge. Pause for a delicious traditional lunch at a restaurant, then enjoy free time to explore the area around the falls.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

IN THE COUNTRYSIDE: SAINTE-ANNE CANYON
DURATION: 4 HOURS 30 MINUTES
Sightseeing, Working World, Active, Demanding*

SACRED SITES OF WORSHIP, NATURE AND MAPLE SYRUP
Witness the dramatic workings of nature and experience local French Canadian culture. Drive with your guide to the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, stunningly set on the St. Lawrence River. This Catholic pilgrimage shrine welcomes half a million visitors each year. Admire the sanctuary’s masterful paintings, mosaics and stained glass windows. Continue to the magnificent Sainte-Anne Falls; this torrential cascade has carved the spectacular Sainte-Anne Canyon. You will have time to cross the suspension bridges—one of which towers nearly 200 feet above the ground—and take in the incredible views. After, cross the St. Lawrence River via the island of Île d’Orléans, known as the “Open Garden of Quebec” due to its vast farmlands. Make a final stop at a local cabane à sucre, or sugar shack, where you will learn how the region’s beloved maple syrup is made and sample some of the famous “taffy on snow.” Note that this excursion requires extensive walking.

* Demanding - Physically challenging activities, including extensive walks, hiking, riding, water sports, and high altitude activities. Activities by foot may contain difficult, unpaved surfaces and/or multiple stairs and steep inclines. Total time walking or standing may exceed 3 hours.

HURON-WENDAT VILLAGE
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing, Shopping, Active, Moderate*

LIVES OF THE FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE
Immerse yourself in the history and culture of the Huron-Wendat people on a visit to a First Nations village. Drive with your guide to a traditional Huron site and receive a warm welcome from your First Nations guide. Take a leisurely stroll to the longhouse, where you will hear about daily life and customs. In the smokehouse, learn the techniques once used to dry and preserve meats and other foods. Continue to the sweat lodge, where the spirituality and purification practices of ancient ancestors come to life. Later, step into a large war canoe to hear about its construction and enter a large tepee to learn about pre-European life and herbal medicine. After, you will stop at the Wendake Amerindian village. Here, you will have time on your own to follow a short path to the Kabir Kouba Cliff and Waterfall.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

HELICOPTER ADVENTURE TO ÎLE D’ORLÉANS
DURATION: 4 HOURS
Sightseeing, Meal, Natural World, Active, Moderate*

A VIP JOURNEY BY LAND AND BY AIR
See Quebec City and its scenic surroundings from the air and take in the serenity of Île d’Orléans by van. Transfer to your helipad for an unforgettable flight. Aloft, marvel at the city below, with splendid views of the regal Château Frontenac and the vast historic Plains of Abraham. Fly over the St. Lawrence River and Montmorency Falls, passing over the Chaudière River before touching ground on Île d’Orléans. Here, you will be met by your guide, who will take you on a picturesque drive through traditional rural villages. At the tip of the island, admire the 19th-century merchant-class homes and spectacular views of Quebec City beyond. For lunch, pause at a local restaurant and enjoy magnificent views of the St. Lawrence. After, return to your awaiting ship.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

HELICOPTER FLIGHT OVER QUEBEC CITY
DURATION: 2 HOURS
Sightseeing, Active, Moderate*

CITY AND COUNTRYSIDE FROM ABOVE
Soar over Quebec City and the St. Lawrence River by helicopter on a thrilling and memorable ride. After a transfer to a local helipad, you will watch as the city shrinks below you and a stunning, expansive landscape comes into focus. Admire the stately profile of the Château Frontenac, anchor to the city’s Upper Old Town. Gaze down upon the narrow streets and multihued buildings of the Place Royale in the Lower Old Town. Admire the sweeping Plains of Abraham, site of a fierce battle between the British and French. You will also swoop east to observe Montmorency Falls as it dramatically spills into the St. Lawrence. Continue over Île d’Orléans, the oblong island in the St. Lawrence. During your flyover, you will see the full sweep of its village-dotted patchwork of farmland, field and forest that has earned it its nickname, “The Open Garden of Quebec.”

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

OLD QUEBEC CITY BY FOOT
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Sightseeing, UNESCO, Moderate*

HISTORIC SIGHTS OF CHARMING LOWER AND UPPER TOWN
Discover nearly four centuries of history during a walk through the Old Town of Quebec City. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this historic area is North America’s only walled city. See the typical stone buildings that surround the historic Place Royale and the continent’s oldest standing Catholic church, Notre-Dame-des-Victoires. Stroll the cobblestones of the lively Quarter Petit Champlain, then take a funicular ride to the Upper Town. View the Château Frontenac, perched castle-like above the St. Lawrence River, and stop at Dufferin Terrace, located 200 feet above the waterway where explorer Samuel de Champlain built his fort in 1620. Here, enjoy sweeping views of the river, the town of Lévis on the opposite shore and the Laurentian Mountains. Then, explore the Upper Town, passing by the Place d’Armes, the Quebec Seminary, the Ursuline Convent, Artists Alley and more. After, you will have the option of returning to your ship or exploring the Old Town independently.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

HOLISTIC HEALTH & THE AUGUSTINIAN SISTERS
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Special Interest, Local Life, Working World, Moderate*

MONASTERY VISIT AND MEDICINAL HERB WORKSHOP
Discover the holistic health practices of the Augustinian sisters during a visit to their historic monastery. Granted a charter by the French king Louis XIII during the early 17th century, the order’s nuns traveled to New France and established North America’s first hospital north of Mexico, dedicating themselves to healing the bodies and souls of the sick. Embark on a short drive by motor coach through the city’s Old Port to the monastery; artfully restored, today it functions as a nonprofit wellness hotel as well as an archive for the sisters’ generations of knowledge. Enjoy a guided tour of this tranquil environment, learning about its storied history and holistic heritage, before joining an interactive workshop on medicinal herbs and teas. Guided by the sisters’ centuries of expertise, you will create a multipurpose healing balm to take back with you as a memento of your visit.

* Moderate - Walking portions may be long and somewhat challenging with occasional step-ups, stairs and inclines. Total time walking or standing normally ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours.

*Shore excursions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Vieux-Montréal, or Old Montreal, preserves the rich character of an old colony. Archaeological remains from the city’s first settlement are preserved in the Pointe-à-Callière museum. The silver dome of the Bonsecours Market, a splendid Renaissance Revival building, sheltered Montreal’s main market for over a century and briefly hosted the Parliament of United Canada in 1849. Adjacent, the Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours is one of the city’s oldest churches, and the historic Château Ramezay once hosted Benjamin Franklin as he sought to recruit troops against the British. After breakfast, disembark your ship and journey home.

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12 Sep 2024 Bergen to Montreal, Quebec $13,095

 

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  • One complimentary shore excursion in every port of call
  • Free Wi-Fi (connection speed may vary)
  • Beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner
  • 24-hour specialty coffees, teas & bottled water
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  • Visits to UNESCO Sites
  • Enrichment lectures & Destination Performances
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  • Self-service launderettes
  • Alternative restaurant dining at no extra charge
  • 24-hour room service

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  • King-size Viking Explorer Bed with luxury linen
  • 42″ flat-screen LCD TV with intuitive remote & complimentary Movies On Demand
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