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MS Fram - 200 Guests

Circumnavigating Iceland 9 Days

Embark on an epic expedition to the majestic volcanoes, cascading waterfalls, and bubbling hot springs of Iceland, the land of fire and ice.

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    A jaw-dropping landscape
    Start your expedition cruise in Iceland’s capital, Reykjavík, filled with art, culture, and history. We start our circumnavigation of Iceland’s stunning coast by journeying northward. Stykkishólmur is your doorway to the breathtaking Snæfellsnes Peninsula National Park. Nicknamed ‘Little Iceland,’ this region is like an Icelandic ‘Greatest Hits’ album. Here, you’ll find sheer cliffs, peaceful fjords, and volcanic peaks. After that, dive into Iceland’s maritime history in the tranquil fishing village of Patreksfjörður

    Crossing the Arctic Circle
    Akureyri will stand in stark contrast to the other sparsely populated stops on your expedition. As Iceland’s second city, you’ll have access to first-rate restaurants and museums. Then it’s on to Grímsey, probably best known its proximity to the Arctic Circle, which actually cuts across the island—the only part of Iceland to do so. You’ll have the opportunity to skip, step, or do whatever dance you’d like across the line.

    The land of elves
    Take in the enchanting beauty of Bakkagerði, the land of elves. With stunning rhyolite peaks on one side and the majestic Dyrfjöll Mountain range on the other, its location could not be more scenic. Finally, you’ll explore Heimaey—Iceland’s Pompeii, which experienced a volcano eruption in 1973, Discover this island’s fascinating story before heading back to Reykjavík, where it all started.


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    Day 1 Reykjavík
    Iceland’s capital offers a rich urban life and is close to glaciers, waterfalls, geysers
    and mountains. Explore this fascinating Arctic city before embarkation.

    Day 2 Stykkishólmur (Full day)
    Explore the town or join optional excursions to the Snæfellsnes Peninsula’s Lóndrangar cliffs or the black sand beaches of Djúpalónssandur.
    Walking tour and visit to the Eider Centre

    Day 3 Patreksfjördur (Full day)
    A charming settlement of around 660 inhabitants, this village is set on a picturesque fjord with great hiking opportunities.
    Stroll through the most western village of Europe

    Day 4 Exploration Day
    Our experienced captain and Expedition Team will plan a day exploring the stunning fjords of northwest Iceland.

    Day 5 Djupavik (Full day)
    We discover this remote former settlement in stunning natural surroundings.
    Herring factory visit and leisurely hike

    Day 6 Akureyri (Full day)
    Close to renowned natural treasures such as Lake Mývatn and Goðafoss waterfall, Akureyri hosts fine botanical gardens and a lively cultural scene.
    Town walk and Botanical Garden visit

    Day 7 Grímsey Island & Húsavík (Full day)
    The Arctic Circle cuts across this scenic island and we hope to have the chance to step across that line. In the afternoon, we sail to Húsavík.
    Arctic Circle crossing ceremony

    Day 8 Húsavík & Langanes Peninsula
    Húsavík is renowned for its whale watching and Whale Museum. In the evening we will sail past the scenic Laganes Peninsula.
    Whale Museum visit

    Day 9 Bakkagerði (Full day)
    Bakkagerði is known for its natural beauty and is considered ‘the land of the elves’. Puffin colonies abound in the local fjord, making this a popular place for birdwatching.
    Puffin colony visit

    Day 10 Heimaey (Full day)
    The ‘Home Island’ boasts a harbour with a very narrow entrance, caused by a volcanic eruption and steep cliffs that are a habitat for countless birds, including the charming puffin.
    Fun and lively walk over the lava with a local

    Day 11 Reykjavík
    Our voyage of discovery and adventure ends in the Icelandic capital. If you have time, we recommend a few extra days with our PostProgramme to explore the fascinating surroundings.

    MS Fram (Expedition, 200-guests)

    MS Fram is purpose built as an expedition vessel with a higher ice-class, chart drawing tools, ship depth sounding database, extractable forward sounding sonar, iceberg search lights, autonomous tracking system, oversized oil retention system for self-sufficiency, and a full 'expedition tools-deck' equivalent to a car-deck that holds 25 vehicles. We believe that as an explorer you need an 'expedition base-camp' that is comfortable - something that combines 'all oceans capabilities' with safety, flexibility and environmental friendliness. That's Fram - simply the best expedition ship imaginable.

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    Included in Your Expedition
    Expedition Cruise
    • Expedition cruise in a cabin of your choice
    • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner including beverages (house beer and wine, soda, and mineral water) in the Aune and Fredheim restaurants
    • The À la carte restaurant Lindstrøm is included for suite guests
    • Complimentary tea and coffee
    • Complimentary Wi-Fi on board. Be aware that we sail in remote areas with limited connection. Streaming is not supported.
    • Complimentary reusable water bottle to fill at onboard water refill stations
    • English-speaking Expedition Team who organize and guide activities, both on board and ashore
    • Range of included excursions
    Onboard Activities
    • Experts from the Expedition Team present lectures on a variety of topics
    • Use of the’ ships Science Center, which has an extensive library and advanced biological and geological microscopes
    • The Citizen Science program allows guests to contribute to current scientific research
    • The onboard professional photographer will give tips and tricks for taking the best landscape and wildlife photos
    • The ship has hot tubs, a sauna, an outdoor and indoor gym, and an outdoor running track
    • Participate in informal gatherings with the crew, such as daily recaps and the next day’s preparations
    Landing Activities
    • Escorted landings by small boats (RIBs) while in Iceland
    • Loan of boots, trekking poles, and all equipment needed for the activities
    • Complimentary wind- and water-resistant expedition jacket
    • Expedition photographers will help configure your camera settings before landings
    Not Included In Your Expedition
    • International flights
    • Travel protection
    • Baggage handling
    • Optional shore excursions with our local partners
    • Optional small-group activities with our Expedition Team
    • Optional treatments in the wellness and spa area
    • All planned activities are subject to weather and ice conditions
    • Excursions and activities are subject to change
    • Please ensure you meet all visa entry requirements
    • No gratuities are expected

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