Glaciers and Ice: Exploring The Old Norse Heritage

2 - 14 June 2015
5327 €


Greenland’s Arctic Wilderness offers us some of the most spectacular and unspoilt scenery anywhere on earth. The largest island on the planet and its frozen coastline has witnessed the birth of some of nature’s most breath taking creations. Here the struggle for survival has engendered mankind with a healthy respect for his environment and we witness the quite unique interaction of man and nature as we sail through a landscape rich in culture, history and spectacular wildlife, into the northern lands of the midnight sun. Our Expedition Team includes Greenlanders, taking us on an authentic experience of the true Greenland.

Hurtigruten offers explorer cruises with a wide range of landing options. Every voyage is unique. Therefore the above mentioned route is only indicative. Based on the weather and ice conditions at hand, the Expedition Leader and Master will present the final itinerary after embarkation on the vessel.

Day 1, Reykjavik
Reykjavik is the world’s northernmost capital city and home to 172,000 people. In relative close surroundings of Reykjavik you may find glaciers, waterfalls, geysers and volcanoes. Reykjavik also has a selection of restaurants, museums and shops in the narrow small-town-like streets. We will depart pier in the evening hours, and strongly recommend that you acquaint yourself with this charming and vibrant town before departure.

Day 2, Grundarfjorður
Grundarfjörður is situated in the western area of Iceland in the region of Vesturland on the Snaefellsnes peninsula. Snaefellsnes is sometimes called “Iceland in a nutshell” because of its diversity of landscape with its different kind of lava and rock formations, glacier, volcanic activity, hot and cold springs as well as the richness of bird life and picturesque landscape. Snæfellsnes shelters tiny fishing harbours protected by dark cliffs of columnar basalt. All the colours of the northern summer seem to be caught between the ever undulating ocean and the pristine glacier slopes of Snæfellsjökull glacier. We offer a wide range of excursions in Grundarfjörður to enhance your Iceland experience.

Day 3, Denmark Strait (Sea day)
While crossing the Denmark Strait we follow in the wake of the great Norse settlers who left the shores of Iceland and Norway more than 900 years ago.

It is now time for lectures to prepare you for your time in Greenland. We will give you introduction briefings on Greenland and talk about how to explore the land with utmost respect for the vulnerable and exotic nature. In addition we offer a variety of lectures on topics like history, biology and geology during all the days we are at sea.

Day 4, Prins Christian Sund/Nunap Isua (Kap Farvel) (Sea day)
Greenland’s southern shores contain some of the most culturally and scenically diverse regions of the island. If conditions allow we will attempt to enter the narrow, often ice-choked 70-mile-long channel Prins Christian Sund that cross the southernmost point of Greenland and enjoy the breathtaking scenery as we navigate through. If the channel is blocked we will sail around Nunap Isua (Kap Farvel).

Day 5 – 7, South Greenland
The Viking Eirik Raude settled down here, and named his new land “Greenland”. And southernmost Greenland lives up to its name; here you find green fields dotted with white sheep, lush vegetable lands and busy farmsteads. This forms a colourful contrast to the icescapes at sea. Towns and settlements are located relatively close together in the southern fjords, which opens for many landing and activity options.

While in South Greenland we will attempt to land several places, some of them described below as examples. When conditions allow, excursions, kayaking, hikes or other activities on land and sea may be offered. Participation on any hike requires a good level of fitness, and that you are accustomed to hiking in uneven terrain.

Safety is always the first priority and the final sailing schedule will be decided by the ship’s Captain during the voyage. Below we list some of our possible landing sites, the final itinerary will be introduced during daily briefings.


Many consider Qaqortoq one of the most beautiful towns in Greenland due to the colourful houses. The original Qaqortoq, which means “The white”, was founded by the Norwegian trader Anders

Olsen in 1775, and today some 3 400 people live here.

Excursions offered may include an interesting visit to the only tannery in Greenland, a city walk with guide and a kaffemik to meet the locals. In Qaqortoq there is a pier for fishing vessels, if it is available we might go to pier.


In Hvalsey you find some of the best preserved ruins from the Norse period; the former ‘Austurbygd’ which was left in 1408 approx 500 years after it was established. Here you find the remains of the church where the last known Viking wedding took place. Landing in Hvalsey is conducted by our Polarcirkel boats. Once ashore you may stroll around and explore ruins and surrounding area by yourself.


Igaliku was founded in 1783 by the trader Anders Olsen. Today it is home to 55 inhabitants. Well known are the ruins of Garðar, which once was the religious heart of Norse Greenland. When we make a landing a guided settlement walk is included in our program.

When conditions allow our Expedition Team may lead a hike 4 km along the Kongsveg over to Itilleq, a small settlement of less than 20 inhabitants. Here the MS Fram will pick up the hikers.

Qassiarsuk, is a small community with a population of 56 people, known for the settlement of the Viking Eirik Raude, Brattahlid. He was banished from Iceland and escaped to the land he called Greenland. Eirik settled in Qassiarsuk because the area was according to him the richest and best site in Greenland when he arrived in 982. In Qassiarsuk, a boat trip and settlement walk are among the optional excursions we arrange for you.


Narsaq is located at the beautiful shores of the Tunulliarfik Fjord, and this area of South Greenland has been inhabited for thousands of years. Today around 1,600 people live in town. Narsaq means "plain" and the name refers to the large, green plain on which the town sits. The glaciers north of town ensure that there are icebergs around and the fjord is rich in seals, salmon, trout and minke whales. It is a great area for optional activities like kayaking and hiking or simply exploring the town with a town walk.

Day 8, Nuuk
The capital of Greenland houses about 16,000 people and holds the political and social centre of Greenland. Nuuk is the oldest town in Greenland founded by the Danish-Norwegian missionary Hans Egede in 1728. The name Nuuk means peninsula, an accurate description of the city’s location, on the tip of a large peninsula at the mouth of one of the largest and most spectacular fjord systems in the world.

Today the town is a place where old and new traditions meet, from picturesque old buildings in ”Kolonihaven” to the building of the Greenland Home Rule. Being the capital, Nuuk also houses a university, a teachers training college, churches and the Greenland National Museum where the mummies from Qilakilsoq are to be found.

MS Fram usually goes to pier in Nuuk. A shuttle bus brings those to town that would like to explore the capital by themselves. City tours, hikes and possibly a flight are amongst the optional excursions.

Day 9-11, North-West Greenland
North-West Greenland is the land of the midnight sun and the dog-sleds. The Disko Bay area offers amazing Arctic experiences with giant icebergs, seas and fjords that offer fantastic sailings with wildlife and spectacular nature. The colourful villages cling to rough, rocky hills at the foot of the mountains surrounding the inland ice. Whilst in North-West Greenland we will attempt to make daily landings for you to get a close and personal encounter with the authentic Greenland.
When conditions allow, excursions, kayaking, hikes or other activities on land and sea may be offered. Participation on any hike requires a good level of fitness, and that you are accustomed to hiking in uneven terrain.

Safety is always the first priority and the final sailing schedule will be decided by the ship’s Captain during the voyage. Below we list some of our possible landing sites, the final itinerary will be introduced during daily briefings.


Sisimiut has a population of about 5,200 inhabitants and is the second largest town in Greenland. The main trade is fishing, and the town accommodates a large fleet of trawlers, a shipyard and a fish factory. Sisimiut is the southernmost of the towns on the western coast of Greenland where sleigh dogs can be found. It is set in rolling countryside and the town centre lies at the foot of a steep hill.

On board you will get an introduction presentation of Sisimiut, to prepare you discovering the town on your own with the help of a city map. The Sisimiut Museum is a culture-historical local museum and its speciality is the Greenland trade, industry and shipping. The museum is housed in beautiful old buildings originating from the colonial period, situated close to the harbour. A local handicraft workshop is located close to the pier. A visit there holds opportunities to watch the artists make jewellery and arts from bone, leather and metal. They also exhibit and sell their works, and purchase is by cash in DKK only. In Sisimiut we offer a variety of optional excursions like hikes of various levels and a boat tour. If you prefer to stay in town we also arrange sightseeing tour and a meal with Greenlandic specialities in a local restaurant.


Icebergs are called Ilulissat in Greenlandic, and it comes as no surprise to anyone who has been here that this is the town’s name. This is the third largest town in Greenland with a population of about 5,000. Ilulissat is set in marvellous surroundings at Ilulissat Isfjord that in 2004 was inscribed to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Here enormous icebergs run aground at the mouth of the fjord, just outside of town. They originate from the Jakobshavn Glacier, one of the most productive glaciers in the northern hemisphere. Ilulissat is the metropolitan centre of the Disko Bay area and this aspect will be the theme of the town visit, together with the town's long-standing history. The most important trades in Ilulissat are fishing and tourism. The conditions determine whether MS Fram can use the PolarCirkel boats.

Ilulissat holds the busy life of a bigger town and also the house where Knud Rasmussen was born. In the museum you find the extensive collection from Knud Rasmussens expeditions and the history of Ilulissat. During our stay the Expedition Team will take you on a guided hike to the abandoned settlement of Sermermiut, which is situated 1.5 kilometres south of the town.

We also offer variety of optional shore excursions including hikes, town walk and a boat tour to the ice fjord. Based on availability of a plane or helicopter, a flight excursion might be offered last minute on board.

In the early afternoon we reach the small settlement Itilleq. Itilleq means “the hollow” and was first founded in 1847 on another island, but was later moved one kilometer east to its present location. The village is located about 50km south of Sisimiut in the head of the Itilleq Fjord. Around 130 people live here, who are mainly engaged in hunting and fishing. The island has no freshwater, and for this reason Itilleq makes use of a desalination facility. The church here has and interesting history: It was built in Thule (Umanak- North Greenland) in 1930 and was moved to Itilleq in 1963.

As its name suggests, the village is situated in a hollow, majestically surrounded by high mountains and glaciers. It can truthfully be called the Arctic Circle Village as the Arctic Circle is indeed found only 200 metres to the south. In Itilleq you will be invited for a “kaffemik” which means that you are welcome to visit a local home, talk with the host, and have a piece of cake and a coffee, but we request that you only stay 20 minutes. It is expected to remove your shoes before entering a home. Arts and crafts are for sale in the village (cash only). Please feel free to visit the library and the school.

Watch out for a soccer game- Itilleq vs. MS Fram! We need players- and supporters!

Day 12, Kangerlussuaq/Copenhagen
Kangerlussuaq is situated in the end of the Kangerlussuaq fjord. The settlement/airport lies just north of the Arctic Circle and is one of the best places to observe native wildlife.

In the early 1960’s musk oxen were introduced to Kangerlussuaq from North East Greenland, and today they count over 5,000. You will leave MS Fram in the morning, followed by a transfer from the docks to the airport in Kangerlussuaq.

You will leave the ship early in the morning. There is no harbour in Kangerlussuaq that can accommodate MS Fram and therefore debarking the ship requires the use of the ship's shuttle boats (PolarCirkel boats). Our Expedition Team will be at your disposal. It is advisable to bring rainproof jackets and trousers in your hand luggage to wear during the boat transfer.

Bus transfer to the airport of Kangerlussuaq, situated 12 kilometres from the dock.

The Air Greenland flight to Copenhagen leaves Kangerlussuaq in the morning and arrives approx. four hours later in Copenhagen in the late afternoon.


2 - 14 June 2015


Twin From Inside : 5.327 €
Twin From Outside : 5.762 €
Single From : Inside : 8.992 €
Single From : Outside : 9.893 €

Included in price

- Expedition voyage in cabin grade of your choice.
- Full board and free tea and coffee.
- Wind and water-resistant jacket.
- Landings with Po­larcirkel boats.
- Activities on board and ashore.
- Lectures and landings with Expedition Team.
- Hotel night + breakfast in Copenhagen. - ----- Transfer to airport in Copenhagen.
- Return economy flights Copenhagen and - Kangerlussuaq.
- Transfers and excursion incl. lunch in Kan­gerlussuaq.

Price does not include

- International flights
- Travel insurance
- Optional excursions and gratueties

Please note

Hurtigruten has a flexible pricing system and all prices are capacity controlled and subject to availability. Prices may change at any time before departure date. The applicable price will be quoted at the time of booking. Prices are in Euro per person

None of our tour packages cover any international flights. In other words, all of our tour packages are inclusive of land only services. We have the following reasons :

• You may have your own favorite airline you used to fly with. We do not want to limit you with any airline specified by us.
• You may have your own class (business, first, etc.) you used to fly with. We do not want to limit you with an economy class ticket specified by us.
• You may be a member of an airline loyalty program. We do not want you to lose your miles.
• You may have miles enough to purchase your own ticket. We do not want you to lose your advantage.
• You may have an agreed IATA Agency that provides your and your companies flight tickets. You may have contractual advantages to take benefit of. We do not want you to lose your advantage.

If you say “above reasons do not interest me, I want to get this service also from you”, we will be more than happy to provide you the following services :

• best available seat reservation,
• best available price,
• best available payment alternatives,
• inform your loyalty program about your miles,
• other services related to your flights,

Besides international flights by scheduled airlines, we also provide rent a car, bike, van, midibus, coach, boat, helicopter and jet with/without driver, in and out of Turkey. Please contact us for more details.


1. An official letter from your company (with a letterhead of your company) is required indicating your purpose of trip to the related country (touristic, business, etc), stamped and signed by the authorized person(s).
2. Commercial activity certificate of your company from Chamber of Commerce or Chamber of Industry dated last 6 months.
3. Recent tax certificate(photocopy) of your company.
4. Signature circular(photocopy) of your company.
5. Trade gazette (mark your name, if you've a partnership).
6. Personal or company bank account book.
7. 2 Recent passport-sized digital photograph (photographs must have white background).


1. An official letter from your company(with a letterhead of your company) is required indicating your purpose of trip to the related country(touristic, business, etc), stamped and signed by the authorized person(s).
2. Photocopy of your SSK registration approved by SSK.
3. Photocopy or the original of your payroll for the last 3 months.
4. Documents 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 listed under Employers header above.


1. A letter to the consulate or the embassy indicating the purpose of your trip to the related country.
2. Evidence of property owned(house, land, etc.).
3. Documents showing your husband's business status (according to his job all related documents mentioned under each header is required additionally).
4. Personal bank account book.


1. A letter to the consulate or the embassy indicating the purpose of your trip to the related country.
2. Retirement book and account book of the bank showing the retirement salary.
3. Evidence of property owned (house, land, etc.).


1. A letter to the consulate or the embassy indicating the purpose of your trip to the related country.
2. Student registration document from your school.
3. Your parent's business status documents (according to their jobs all related documents mentioned under each header is required additionally).

Further to above, additional documents required by the consulates/embassies of each country are as follows.


• Visa application form must be fully completed in capital letters.
• 1 recent passport-sized digital photograph (must have white background).
• Photocopies of pages 1 to 4 and last page of your current passport as well as photocopies of the pages of your passport showing Schengen visa/s issued before.
• Empty visa page is required.
• Travel health insurance with a minimum coverage of €30,000 during your stay in Italy.
• A letter (with a letterhead) addressed to the consulate/embassy from your employer stating that during your stay in Italy in case of any accidents or health problems, all expenses will be paid by them immediately.
• An invitation letter from Italy.
• The company in Italy sending an invitation letter should fax its commercial registeration record to the consulate in Istanbul and to the invited company; this fax document must be included within your application documents.
• Signature circular valid for the last 1 year.
• Original commercial activity certificate valid for the last 3 months.
• SSK documents of the employee benefit paid by the company for the last 4 months (original and photocopy).
• Payroll for the last 4 months.
• Company's bank account transactions document for the last 6 months by the bank.
• Photocopies of the confirmed hotel reservation document in Italy and confirmed airline round-trip booking document.


• For the first time visitors of Switzerland, visa is issued for a short period.
• If you do not have a previous visa to Switzerland, for commercial visits an invitation letter from Switzerland should be faxed to the consulate and a photocopy of this fax document must be included within application documents.
• For touristic visa application, photocopies of current account book or credit cards must be included within application documents.
• In the application form, the purpose of your trip must be explained very clearly.


• If you do not have a previous Schengen visa given by German Consulate, you should apply personally for a commercial visa. If the departure date to Germany is not certain then instead of the departure date, a note of because of commercial visit should be written instead on the application letter.
• 2 Recent passport-sized digital photograph (photographs must have white background).
• On the application letter, the purpose of the trip, departure date, occupation of the visitor must be written. On the letter it should be stated that incase of any accidents or health problems in any Schengen country, all expenses will be paid by your company immediately and it is guaranteed that the visitor will definitely return before the necessary visa expires.
• Travel health insurance with a minimum coverage of €30,000 is required during your stay in Germany.
• Application form and letter must be signed by the applicant.


• Confirmed hotel reservation document in France and a photocopy of confirmed airline round-trip booking document.
• A travel health insurance with a minimum coverage of €30,000 during your stay in France.
• For commercial applications, there must be a commercial invitation letter received from France.


• The visa is obtained in 5 working days.
• Your passport must be valid for at least 3 months beyond your return date.
• Photocopies of the following pages of your passport are required; page with photo, page that indicates the validity of the passport and last page where your ID information is written.
• Original application form must be clearly filled in by the applicant and must be signed by the owner of the passport. This form must be filled in with capital letters, one box is reserved for one letter and all boxes must be filled in properly. Please do not write any letter out of the boxes.
• In case of necessity the Consulate might require additional documents from the applicant.
• Photocopies of your personal bank account book and credit cards.
• Visas can be obtained free of charge. There is no visa charge!


• Confirmed hotel reservation document in France and a photocopy of confirmed airline round-trip booking document.
• Travel health insurance with a minimum coverage of €30,000 during your stay in Holland.


• Application must be made at least 3 weeks before the trip.


• Touristic / commercial etc. visa application to Belgium must be done personally.


• The visa cannot be obtained before 7 working days.
• While applying to the visa, only the documents are taken and passport is given back. In 5 working days you
will be called by the consulate to bring your passport again and after then the visa is issued and passport is given back to you in 2 working days.
• Touristic visa is issued in 2 working days.


• All application documents are requested both in Turkish and in English.


• Touristic / commercial etc. visa applications to USA must be done personally.

Other than the above Schengen countries, all Schengen countries below request travel health insurance with a minimum coverage of €30,000 during your stay in the related countries.

• Austria (no agency applications, personal applications)
• Belgium (no agency applications, personal applications)
• Denmark
• Finland
• Iceland
• Spain (for green passport holders, visa is not required for trips less than 90 days
• Sweden
• Luxembourg
• Norway
• Portugal
• Greece


As a result of the valuable efforts of the Turkish Ministry Of Tourism, the travel insurance is now obligatory for all travelers by law. In addition, we kindly would like to aware you that most of the countries and their related consulates require a health insurance with a minimum coverage limit of Euro 30.000 to confirm your visa.

During your travel, you may have some health problems and high expenditures accordingly. Lost baggage, robbery, lost ticket, law issues, etc. are also within the possibilities of a travel. We highly reccomend a travel insurance to financially protect yourself abroad.


If you do already have a health insurance please double check if it is valid in and out of Turkey and if it covers also lost baggage, robbery, lost ticket, law issues, etc. Please be aware that some insurances are very cheap and do not cover most of the above mentioned topics. Please do not forget that the coverage limitations of an insurance is the most important thing to know.


Most of our products are valuable, non-refundable, having an advance purchase period of 2 or 3 months. After making the payment, it is not possible to get a refund and if you need to cancel your trip under specific circumstances, you should have a cancellation insurance to protect your financial loss. It is at your own risk to have a cancellation insurance or not.

We are always at your disposal to assist you in purchasing any travel, health and/or travel cancellation insurance. For more information, please apply to one of our travel advisers either by e-mail or phone.


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Devri Alem and its designated tour operator and tour administrator shall not be held liable for :

a-) any damage to, or loss of, property or injury to, or death of, persons occasioned directly or indirectly by an act or omission of any other provider, including but not limited to any defect in any aircraft, watercraft, or vehicle operated or provided by such other provider, and

b-) any loss or damage due to delay, cancellation, or disruption in any manner caused by the laws, regulations, acts or failures to act, demands, orders, or interpositions of any government or any subdivision or agent, thereof, or by acts of God, strikes, fire, flood, war, rebellion, terrorism, insurrection, sickness, quarantine, epidemics, theft, or any other cause(s) beyond their control. The participant waives any claim against Devri Alem and/or its designated tour operator and tour administrator for any such loss, damage, injury, or death.

By registering for the Devri Alem trips, the participant certifies that he/she does not have any mental, physical, or other condition or disability that would create a hazard for him/herself or other participants. Devri Alem and its designated tour operator reserve the right in their sole discretion to accept, decline to accept, or remove any participant on a Devri Alem trip.

Devri Alem and the tour operator reserve the right, without penalty, to make changes in the published itinerary whenever, in their judgment, conditions warrant, or if they deem it necessary for the comfort, convenience, or safety of participants.

Neither Devri Alem, its designated tour operator, nor its tour administrator shall be liable for any air carrier's cancellation penalty incurred by the purchase of a nonrefundable ticket to or from the participant's Devri Alem trip departure city. Baggage and personal effects are at all times the sole responsibility of the participant.

Basis of Prices; otherwise stated, all prices are based on two persons sharing a room or cabin or compartment. All prices and fares are quoted in Euros. The rates are based on current tariffs and are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances. While we will do everything possible to maintain the listed prices, if it is necessary to levy a surcharge we reserve the right to do so and notification will be given at the time of final invoicing.

Eligibility; anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for the entire journey. For family trips, children must be the minimum age indicated in the trip itinerary. Otherwise, there are no age restrictions, but all participants must be in good health.

Payments, Cancellations, and Refunds; a deposit of 35% of the package price is required for each person to reserve space on Devri Alem trips. Final payment is due no later than 60 days prior to departure. Devri Alem reserves the right to cancel a reservation if full payment has not been received by 60 days prior to departure. For reservations made within 60 days of the departure date, full payment is required when the reservation is accepted. All cancellation notices must be received in writing and will become effective as of the date of the postmark. If you cancel 120 days or more prior to departure, a refund less an administrative fee of EUR 200 of your deposit will be made. Per person charges for cancellations that occur less than 120 days prior to departure are as follows:
119-61 days prior to departure: 100% of your deposit amount;
60-45 days prior to departure: 50% of the trip price;
44 or fewer days prior to departure: 100% of the trip price

Some products payments, cancellations, refunds and general policies may be different than the above and will be advised to you at time of reservation by your travel consultant.

This policy also applies to pre- and post-trip extensions. Any airline tickets issued are subject to the carrier's refund policy.

If you cancel your package and find yourself a suitable person to take over the contractual obligations (but only if the cancelled space is still available), No cancellation fee is to be paid.

Leaving a trip in progress, for any reason whatsoever, will not result in a refund, and no refunds will be made for any unused portions of the trip. Devri Alem reserves the right to cancel any trip because of inadequate enrollment that makes the trip economically unfeasible to operate or because of good-faith concerns with respect to the safety, health, or welfare of the participants. If Devri Alem or its designated tour operator cancels a trip prior to departure, you will receive a full refund of monies paid to Devri Alem or its designated tour operator, except in the event the cancellation is due to a major global event which has resulted in the cancellation of multiple trips, in which case, you will receive a refund and/or credit equivalent to monies paid to Devri Alem or its designated tour operator. If we cancel the trip in progress, you will receive a prorated refund based on the number of days not completed on the trip. We will not be responsible for any refund for nonrefundable airline tickets or for any airline tickets purchased by the passenger directly from an airline or travel agent.

Guests who have not signed this terms and conditions but participating a trip with a person who has paid for the trip and signed this terms and conditions, they do automatically accept all these terms and conditions.

Travel, health and cancellation insurance is available at an additional cost, and is strongly recommended and advised.

Itinerary Changes; the itineraries and staff presented here are subject to modification and change by Devri Alem or its designated tour operator. Every reasonable effort will be made to operate programs as planned, but alterations may still occur after final itineraries are sent.

Health Requirements; you must be in good physical and mental health. Any physical condition requiring special attention, diet, or treatment must be reported in writing when the reservation is made. Devri Alem and its designated tour operator reserve the right to decline to accept any person as a member of a trip or to require any traveler to withdraw from a trip anytime when such action is determined to be in the best interest of the health, safety, and general welfare of the trip group or individual trip member.

Medical Precautions; for some of the trips to be realised in wilderness and similar destinations such as the Amazons, some countries in Agrica, etc, Devri Alem may require Yellow Fever Vaccination, Malaria Prophylaxis, etc. due to the CDC (Center of Disease Control) and WHO (World Health Organization) recommendations.

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