Follow the path of the Vikings!!!  Explore the ruins of a settlement founded by Erik the Red!!!

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For more than thirty years, Adventure Canada has been taking people to some of the most inspiring destinations on the planet. They say, “We believe that getting people close to nature and immersed in culture can actually transform the way we see the world.”

Adventure Canada has offered one of their incredible adventures for us to auction to friends and fans of our show to help support our musical journey. This trip is valued at over $37,000.00    Below are the details.   Please read the FAQ’s and rules for the auction before bidding.   Happy Bidding and Bon Voyage!

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Expedition: In the Wake of the Vikings: A Voyage from Iceland to Greenland
Date: July 14-25, 2019.
Cabin Type: Category 7 – Select Twin cabin
Value: $37,195 CAD
Vessel: Ocean Endeavour

Ship departs from Reykjavik Iceland.   

Conditions: The prize is for the selected voyage only and may not be transferred to another expedition. The winner must register with Adventure Canada by June 22, 2019.

Prize Includes:

*Passage for two, in one category seven cabin, aboard Adventure Canada’s In the Wake of the Vikings: A voyage from Iceland two Greenland – July 14-25, 2019  *Charter flight from Kangerlussuaq, Greenland to Toronto, ON July 25, 2019 *Applicable taxes & credit card fees * Complimentary Expedition Jacket *Contribution to Adventure Canada’s Discovery Fund * Special Access permits, entrance and park fees *Team of Expedition Staff * Guided Activities * Sightseeing and community visits * All Zodiac excursions *Port Fees * Predeparture materials *Educational Program * Nikon Trial Program * Interactive workshops *Evening entertainment *Possible fuel surcharges *All shipboard meals

Prize Does not include:

*Commercial flights * Program enhancements/optional excursions *Gratuities * Personal expenses *Mandatory Medical evacuation insurance *Additional expenses in the event of delays or itinerary changes *Pre & Post Hotel accommodation.

In The Wake of the Vikings: A Voyage from Iceland to Greenland

Greenland’s east coast still beckons explorers from Iceland. Breathtaking fjords define this seldom-seen region. Whales and seabirds are abundant here. Photographers, birders, and hikers will be in awe.

Bask in the geothermal springs. Explore the ruins of a settlement founded by Erik the Red! Visit a quaint fishing village and Greenland’s bustling capital, Nuuk. Sail mighty Sondre Stromfjord to Kangerlussuaq—gateway to the ice cap.

Sail west, like the Vikings: spectacular, surprising Greenland awaits!

Follow the Norse explorers

Iceland became a Viking kingdom as more and more Norse ventured Northwest from the British Isles and the Faroes. The boldest adventurers went on to Greenland—and so will we!

  • Cross the Denmark Strait from Iceland to Greenland, following the Vikings of old
  • See the sparsely populated, seldom visited east coast of Greenland

Glaciers and icebergs

Greenland’s vast ice cap pushes huge rivers of ice—glaciers—down to the sea via a myriad of stunning fjords.

As the glaciers meet the ocean, tide and temperature combine to break off icebergs, revealing unearthly colours in crystalline shapes. A photographer’s paradise!

Vikings lived here!

The Norse ruins at Hvalsey hint at the story of the Viking settlements of Greenland. For four centuries, Norse wayfarers managed to make a living as sheep farmers in this rugged land, building farmhouses, churches, and other trappings of European life.

Another Norse site, Brattahlid, was Erik the Red’s former estate. Today, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Experience Greenland’s unique blend of cultures

The mix of Danish and Inuit influences is very evident in Greenland. Charming villages of colourful wooden homes reveal a distinctly Scandinavian sensibility.

Yet these same villages are often surrounded by suburbs of barking sled dogs, and racks of kayaks stand by the shore. Hunters and fishers come and go with fresh seal, reindeer, or locally caught cod. It’s the authentic Greenland experience.

The Ocean Endeavour

Outfitted with twenty Zodiacs, advanced navigation equipment, multiple lounges, and a top-deck observation room, she is purpose-built for passenger experiences in remote environments. The Ocean Endeavour boasts a 1B ice class, enabling her to explore throughout the Arctic summer.

Video content taken from the following:
Visit Greenland YouTube
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