For some, southwest Greenland and the wild coast of Labrador are too remote. Our clients think they're just remote enough!
Condiser Kangerlussuaq, the gateway to our journey. Located 168km up a spectacular fjord from the Arctic Ocean, it has drawn adventurers for centuries, but remains gloriously unspoiled. Likewise, splendid Nuuk, Greenland's capital and home to the 500-year-old Qilakitsoq mummies and surrounded by mountains, glaciers and icebergs.
Even more remote is the passage across Davis Strait to the community of Kangiqsualujjuaq in the Inuit territory of Nunavik, northern Quebec.
Then there's Nunatsiavut, homeland of the Labrador Inuit. Dominated by the awe-inspiring Torngat Mountains National Park, it's home to some of the highest mountains in Canada east of the Rockies - and is a favourite destination amongst the Adventure Canada staff.
South of the Torngats along the coast lies the abandoned settlement of Hebron, founded by the Moravian Church in 1776, and the contemporary community of Nain.
The first stop in Newfoundland is the Viking outpost of L'Anse aux Meadows, the earliest known European settlement in the new world. On to the charming community of Conche, then to Fogo Island which proudly proclaims itself one of the four corners of the world, according to the Flat Earth Society anyway!
Finally, the adventure ends in colourful St. John's, North America's oldest city, a perfect end to an unforgettable trip.
Day 1: Kangerlussuaq
Day 2: Evighshedfjord & Kangaamiut
Day 3: Nuuk
Day 4: At Sea
Day 5: Kangiqsualujjuaq (George River)
Day 6-8: Torngat Mountains National Park
Day 9: Hebron
Day 10: Nain
Day 11: Mealy Mountains
Day 12: L'Anse aux Meadows & Conche
Day 13: Fogo Island
Day 14: St. John's
This trip offers you the chance to purchase some highly prized qiviut (musk-ox wool), a chance to experience the Northern Lights, experience a glimpse into Inuit culture, take part in traditional Newfoundland kitchen parties, and much more!