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Circumnavigation of Iceland

Join us for this specially designed, seven-night circumnavigation of Iceland, an ethereal land of fire and ice where glittering glaciers cap active and dormant volcanoes; Viking ruins coexist with rugged coastlines, geothermal baths, mud pots, powerful waterfalls and awe-inspiring geysers; and long-lasting daylight melds into the lingering twilight. Cruise aboard the Five‑Star expedition ship Le Champlain Reykjvik, featuring only 92 Suites and Staterooms. Look for orcas, humpback whales and rare migratory birds and touch ice fragments calved from one of Europe’s largest glaciers in UNESCO-designated Vatnajökull National Park. Cross the Arctic Circle on Grímsey Island and cruise along the coast of Surtsey, one of Earth’s youngest islands and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the majestic and rocky vista of a former lava lake and marvel at dramatic Goðafoss, the “Waterfall of the Gods.” Round-trip, economy-class Included Air is from Boston, New York‑JFK, Newark, Toronto and Washington-Dulles; Low Air AddOns are available from select cities. Reykjavík and The Golden Circle Pre-Program Option. 

  • Unique, exclusively chartered, seven-night cruise circumnavigating Iceland aboard the Five‑Star, ice-class expedition ship Le Champlain.
  • Specially designed showcase of the enchanting “Land of Fire and Ice”—bubbling mud pots, picturesque waterfalls, powerful geysers, rugged coastlines and pristine glaciers.
  •  Included Air from Boston, New York-JFK, Newark, Toronto, Washington-Dulles; Low Air Add‑Ons available at additional cost.
  •  Only 92 Suites and Staterooms—each with a private balcony.
  •  Cruise into ports unavailable to larger vessels—including Ísafjörður, Vigur Island, Siglufjörður and Seyðisfjörður—with the flexibility to adjust course spontaneously to maximize your viewing of Iceland’s natural wonders.
  • Complimentary alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages throughout the cruise and complimentary Wi-Fi access (conditions permitting).
  • Blue Eye, the world’s first multisensory, underwater Observation Lounge.
  • Cruise along Surtsey, one of Earth’s youngest islands and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Visit to Grímsey Island, located on the Arctic Circle.
  • Opportunities to view orcas, humpback whales and rare migratory birds.
  • Private cruise of Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon in UNESCO World Heritage-designated Vatnajökull National Park.
  • Educational lectures aboard ship.
  • Music performances, a live demonstration of traditional herring salting and opportunities to interact with Icelandic people and learn more about their culture.
  • Reykjavík and The Golden Circle Pre-Program Option.

 Included Air and Low Air Add-Ons have limited availability and are not guaranteed.

Pre-Program Option – Reykjavík and The Golden Circle

The captivating city of Reykjavík and its surrounding natural wonders provide you with the perfect introduction to Iceland. Visit the famous Blue Lagoon and rejuvenate in the warmth of its mineral‑rich geothermal waters surrounded by black lava fields. Tour the legendary Golden Circle—UNESCO World Heritage‑designated Þingvellir National Park, the thundering terraced cataract of Gullfoss and Strokkur, possibly the world’s most iconic fountain geyser. Take in the stunning panoramas from the futuristic glass dome of the Perlan Museum and discover its immersive exhibits on volcanoes, earthquakes and geothermal zones. Accommodations are for two nights in the deluxe Hotel Borg.

The Pre-Program Option is available at additional cost. Details will be provided with your reservation confirmation.

Join us for this specially designed, seven-night circumnavigation of Iceland, an ethereal land of fire and ice where glittering glaciers cap active and dormant volcanoes; Viking ruins coexist with rugged coastlines, geothermal baths, mud pots, powerful waterfalls and awe-inspiring geysers; and long-lasting daylight melds into the lingering twilight. Cruise aboard the Five‑Star expedition ship Le Champlain Reykjvik, featuring only 92 Suites and Staterooms. Look for orcas, humpback whales and rare migratory birds and touch ice fragments calved from one of Europe’s largest glaciers in UNESCO-designated Vatnajökull National Park. Cross the Arctic Circle on Grímsey Island and cruise along the coast of Surtsey, one of Earth’s youngest islands and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the majestic and rocky vista of a former lava lake and marvel at dramatic Goðafoss, the “Waterfall of the Gods.” Round-trip, economy-class Included Air is from Boston, New York‑JFK, Newark, Toronto and Washington-Dulles; Low Air AddOns are available from select cities. Reykjavík and The Golden Circle Pre-Program Option. 

  • Unique, exclusively chartered, seven-night cruise circumnavigating Iceland aboard the Five‑Star, ice-class expedition ship Le Champlain.
  • Specially designed showcase of the enchanting “Land of Fire and Ice”—bubbling mud pots, picturesque waterfalls, powerful geysers, rugged coastlines and pristine glaciers.
  •  Included Air from Boston, New York-JFK, Newark, Toronto, Washington-Dulles; Low Air Add‑Ons available at additional cost.
  •  Only 92 Suites and Staterooms—each with a private balcony.
  •  Cruise into ports unavailable to larger vessels—including Ísafjörður, Vigur Island, Siglufjörður and Seyðisfjörður—with the flexibility to adjust course spontaneously to maximize your viewing of Iceland’s natural wonders.
  • Complimentary alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages throughout the cruise and complimentary Wi-Fi access (conditions permitting).
  • Blue Eye, the world’s first multisensory, underwater Observation Lounge.
  • Cruise along Surtsey, one of Earth’s youngest islands and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Visit to Grímsey Island, located on the Arctic Circle.
  • Opportunities to view orcas, humpback whales and rare migratory birds.
  • Private cruise of Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon in UNESCO World Heritage-designated Vatnajökull National Park.
  • Educational lectures aboard ship.
  • Music performances, a live demonstration of traditional herring salting and opportunities to interact with Icelandic people and learn more about their culture.
  • Reykjavík and The Golden Circle Pre-Program Option.

 Included Air and Low Air Add-Ons have limited availability and are not guaranteed.

Pre-Program Option – Reykjavík and The Golden Circle

The captivating city of Reykjavík and its surrounding natural wonders provide you with the perfect introduction to Iceland. Visit the famous Blue Lagoon and rejuvenate in the warmth of its mineral‑rich geothermal waters surrounded by black lava fields. Tour the legendary Golden Circle—UNESCO World Heritage‑designated Þingvellir National Park, the thundering terraced cataract of Gullfoss and Strokkur, possibly the world’s most iconic fountain geyser. Take in the stunning panoramas from the futuristic glass dome of the Perlan Museum and discover its immersive exhibits on volcanoes, earthquakes and geothermal zones. Accommodations are for two nights in the deluxe Hotel Borg.

The Pre-Program Option is available at additional cost. Details will be provided with your reservation confirmation.

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(9 days)
Starting price: $6,795
Deposit per person: $800
Europe
Gohagan & Co.
Type: Cruise, Ocean Cruise, Shared Departure
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