Project Greenland - Scoresby Sound

Price:          £TBA / $TBA

Duration:    12 Days from 8th August 2026

Highlights:  Reykjavik, Constable Point, Ittoqqortoormiit, Scoresby Sound cruise                       (Hekla  Havn, Føhnfjord, Rødefjord, Harefjord, Øfjord, Jyttes Havn                           Bjørneøe, Jytteshavn)

Includes:     TBA (when prices available)

Scoresby Sound Glaciers Greenland
Scoresby Sound Flora

Day 5 - Eclipse Day

Scoresby Sound East Greenland Today the vessel will position itself in the best location for totality. The exact area chosen will depend on weather conditions on the day.

Day 2 - Day at leisure in Reykjavik with optional excursions available

Hallgrimskirkja Church Reykjavik Rekjavik's coastline is characterised by peninsulas, coves, straits, and many small islands. Reykjavik is the world’s northernmost capital, and it also serves as a gateway to wilderness adventures beyond the city. Reykjavik’s creative culture includes a hip and internationally recognised music scene, great food, and a fantastic nightlife. You can also recharge in one of the many geothermal springs or luxurious indoor spas dotted around the city.

Day 1 (8th August 2026) - Arrival in Reykjavik Iceland

Reykjavik Iceland Arrive in Reykjavik, and spend the next two nights here. On the coast of Iceland, Reykjavik is the country's capital and largest city. It is home to the National and Saga museums, tracing Iceland’s Viking history. The striking concrete Hallgrimskirkja church and rotating Perlan glass dome offer sweeping views of the sea and nearby hills.


Tour Price £TBA / $TBA per person* *Please note you can reserve a space on this tour but all itineraries will be costed in early 2024 and prices advised

  • The price is for the tour from hotel check-in on Day 1 to your hotel check-out on Day 12.
  • Bed and breakfast accommodation is provided in hotels throughout the tour and all transfers, transportation, flights, trains and local excursions as outlined in the itinerary (if applicable) are included. Other meals are not included and some excursions are offered on an optional basis closer to the tour departure date (the word 'optional' is used to describe these).
  • Accommodation is provided in twin or double bed hotel rooms with a private bathroom. We are usually able to arrange shared accommodation with a person of the same gender - this is known as 'twin share' accommodation.
  • A limited number of rooms for sole occupancy are available at a single room supplement of £TBA / $TBA.
  • Flight packages from London and the US will be offered by our flight partner approximately 11 months in advance of the tour departure (when all fares and schedules are available) or you can arrange your own International flights if you prefer.
  • Airport transfers and assistance are included on arrival and departure days if you take advantage of the International flight package offered by our flight partner. If you choose to arrange your own International flights then the meet point is the hotel on Day 1 and the tour ends at the hotel on the final day.
  • You will find further details about what to expect on the Project TSE2026 FAQ page here.

Day 12 (18th August 2026) - Join your return flight or perhaps extend your stay

Plane on runway Today is the last day of the tour. Join your return flight unless you have chosen to extend your stay .

Day 3 - Fly to Constable Point to board your cruise boat

Ittoqqortoormiit East Greenland Today fly to Constable Point in Greenland, a small airfield on the west side of Hurry Inlet in Jameson Land. Join your cruise vessel and sail towards the village of Ittoqqortoormiit, probably the most isolated village in the world. The quaint little houses dot the rocky slopes of south Liverpool Land with magnificent views of Kap Brewster and the Volquart Boons Coast to the south.

Day 4 - Sail in Scoresby Sound (Sund) to Hekla Havn

Hekla Havn Scoresby Sound Greenland Sail west between whole palaces of icebergs that gently drift under the influence of the currents in the Arctic waters in the mighty fjord of Scoresby Sound. Anchor at Hekla Havn, on Denmark Ø, the site of an old Inuit settlement and wintering camp of the first scientific expedition to Scoresbysund over one hundred years ago. A short evening walk exploring Hekla Havn, and the surrounding area.

Day 6 - Sail to Føhnfjord, Rødefjord and Harefjord

Red Island Scoresby Sound Sail west through the narrow Føhnfjord with the majestic basalt mountains of Gåseland on the port side and 2000m high sheer granite cliffs of Milne Land. After being up close to the peculiar looking Red Island continue north through Rødefjord which is often filled with both larger icebergs and ice crust from icebergs that are breaking up. Arrive in Harefjord in the late afternoon where anchors are set for two nights.

Days 7 - Today spend time around Harefjord

Muskoxen Scoresby Sound Greenland Today is spent ashore in Harefjord scouting for muskoxen, snow hares, grouse, geese and other wildlife, which normally graze on the south facing slopes. Easy to moderate hiking with a lunch break at the top of a ridge with a breath taking view over Harefjord where the glacier tongues descend into the sea. Those who prefer less exercise can stroll at the coast or stay on board enjoying the view. In the evening the crew will make a bonfire and prepare BBQ at the rocky beach.

Day 8 - Sail through Øfjord and onwards to Jyttes Havn Bjørneøe

Øfjord Scoresby Sound Continues east through Øfjord, one of the most spectacular parts of the trip. Terrific mountain peaks and granite walls tower 200m up from the sea. Take a close look at some of the most amazing cliffs and a glacier front. The day ends by setting anchor in
Jyttes Havn Bjørneøe.

Day 9 - Today spend time around Jytteshavn

Jytteshavn Greenland For those that want to, today is spent hiking in and around Jytteshavn in Bear Islands as this is possibly one of the nicest and most picturesque anchorages in Scoresby Sound. There is a longer or shorter hike in Bear Islands, or on the northernmost tip of Milneland, a short zodiac ride away. Jytteshavn is the place to try your skills at sea swimming at 71°N and temperatures can be as surprising as 13°C in the summertime. In the evening we have a nice meal on board and then a cosy bonfire on the beach with story telling or singing.

Day 10 - Today sail back to Constable Point

Constable Point Airstrip, Greenland Sail though the channel between Bear Islands and Milne land with breathtaking views of the spectacular archipelago. As we sail it is likely that we will see some of the largest and most fascinating icebergs of the journey and have a fantastic opportunity to photograph these frozen giants. When you awake tomorrow morning we will have anchored at the airstrip in Constable Point.

Day 11 - Today fly back to Reykjavik Iceland for your final night

Reykjavik Iceland Enjoy a good breakfast and board the aircraft in Constable Point for your return flight to Reykjavik for the final night of the tour .