Aurora Expeditions Adds Two New Itineraries
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Aurora Expeditions added two new itineraries to its 2020–21 Arctic program. Aurora Expeditions clientele voted on possible new itineraries and the top two itineraries with the most votes were added to the upcoming schedule.
The Iceland Circumnavigation itinerary is 11 days, departing June 2, 2020, and both departing from and arriving in Reykjavik. The tour takes guests around the dramatic Icelandic landscapes, including fjords, glaciers, black-sand beaches, lagoons and more. Wildlife experiences include bird watching, whale spotting and a reindeer visit. Other opportunities include mountain hiking and sea kayaking.
The West Greenland Explorer itinerary is also 11 days and travels from and to Nuuk, Greenland. It departs May 18, 2020. The cruise follow’s Greenland’s coastline, incorporating icebergs, glaciers and whale watching. An optional helicopter flight is available for an additional cost. In Nuuk, guests visit the National Museum and Nuuk Art Museum.
“Like the rest of the new 2020–21 program, the West Greenland Explorer and Iceland Circumnavigation expeditions have been carefully curated to give passengers the opportunity to explore rugged and far-flung destinations,” said Victoria Primrose, head of marketing and product, Aurora Expeditions. “On these expeditions, passengers will have life-changing interactions and encounter dramatic landscapes, discovering some of the world’s largest calving glaciers, beautiful ice fjords, black sand beaches, stunning waterfalls, glacial lagoons, among many other highlights.”