Discover the jewels of the Nordic and Baltic Region that offer some of the earth’s most starkly beautiful and extraordinary landscapes.
Dramatic landscapes, seas teeming with wildlife, where you explore the fjords and the fairy-tale villages.
the Norwegian Fjords and Lofoten Islands are some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes on Earth showcase the most dramatic results of the ice age, with some of the deepest fjords in the world and many glaciers still carving high in the mountains and with the deserved reputation of being the ultimate adventure playground.
Set out on a sweeping Baltic Sea cruise and discover the charm and traditions of Denmark, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Sweden, Estonia, Finland and Saint Petersbourg.
Whether you head to discover Stockholm, known by locals as the Nordic Venice, or Jurmala in Latvia to find a piece of amber while strolling on the beach, to walk the tiny cobblestone streets of the historic Vilnius in Lithuania. This destination offers culture, adventure and fantastic scenery on an epic scale, the timeless quality of these coastlines have changed little over the past centuries, leaving a unique atmosphere that is best enjoyed from the decks of a luxury yacht.
Iceland is one of the most remote, volcanically active and sparsely populated countries on the planet, making this one of the most adventurous holidays on the planet. Its terrain is equally beautiful as it is diverse, with its mountains, lava fields, glaciers, fjords, and rivers.
Bathe in Iceland’s hot springs that are found across the island and snorkel in glacier meltwater to the only point on Earth where you can swim between tectonic plates. Heli-ski the west fjords and explore national parks of Iceland.
Iceland’s traditions and customs are rooted in the country’s Viking history, creating an offbeat atmosphere which is an intriguing basis for discovery.
Greenland is the largest island in the world and continues to captivate travelers in search for a luxury adventure holiday, reveal the territories rich history, biodiversity, and white tundra.
Dog sledge your way across the island, taking time to fish the icy waters of Greenland and visit UNESCO world heritage sites that boast some of the finest reconstructions of the Viking era, journeying to access ruins rarely visited. Go on in search of Greenland’s humpbacks, before helicoptering to the edge of glaciers to walk on the ice caps and heli-ski the Maniitsoq area known for its picturesque fjords.