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06.05.2024

Route Reykjavik (Island) - Denmark Strait - Ammassalik (Grönland) - Ammassalik (Grönland) - Ammassalik (Grönland) - Ammassalik (Grönland) - Ammassalik (Grönland) - Ammassalik (Grönland) - Blosseville Coast - Denmark Strait Mehr

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06.05.24
Reykjavik (Island)

Im von Bergen und dem Meer umrahmten Reykjavik ist man nie weiter als ein paar Minuten von den rauen und unberührten Seiten der isländischen Natur entfernt. Auch die Präsenz von Küstenseeschwalben, Wildgänsen und Enten im Stadtzentrum belegen das. Die Landschaft und die außergewöhnlichen geologischen Bedingungen rund um die Stadt (Stichwort Geysire) werden mit Sicherheit auch Sie in ihren Bann ziehen.

07.05.24
Denmark Strait
08.05.24
Ammassalik (Grönland)

Still almost unknown just a century ago, the east coast of Greenland remains the most authentic and majestic region. Here, the alpine mountains merge intimately with the sea, while the fjords are adorned with high snow-capped peaks and drifting icebergs. Follow in the wake of Captain Jean-Baptiste Charcot’s famous ship, the Pourquoi Pas?, which set off with its crew to discover Ammassalik, a small island of primitive and wild beauty where the Inuit people chose to live. The name of this island is a reference to the capelin, a small flamboyant silver coloured fish, whose presence in the thousands announces to inhabitants the return of spring. A surprising discovery in a spectacular setting.

09.05.24
Ammassalik (Grönland)

Still almost unknown just a century ago, the east coast of Greenland remains the most authentic and majestic region. Here, the alpine mountains merge intimately with the sea, while the fjords are adorned with high snow-capped peaks and drifting icebergs. Follow in the wake of Captain Jean-Baptiste Charcot’s famous ship, the Pourquoi Pas?, which set off with its crew to discover Ammassalik, a small island of primitive and wild beauty where the Inuit people chose to live. The name of this island is a reference to the capelin, a small flamboyant silver coloured fish, whose presence in the thousands announces to inhabitants the return of spring. A surprising discovery in a spectacular setting.

10.05.24
Ammassalik (Grönland)

Still almost unknown just a century ago, the east coast of Greenland remains the most authentic and majestic region. Here, the alpine mountains merge intimately with the sea, while the fjords are adorned with high snow-capped peaks and drifting icebergs. Follow in the wake of Captain Jean-Baptiste Charcot’s famous ship, the Pourquoi Pas?, which set off with its crew to discover Ammassalik, a small island of primitive and wild beauty where the Inuit people chose to live. The name of this island is a reference to the capelin, a small flamboyant silver coloured fish, whose presence in the thousands announces to inhabitants the return of spring. A surprising discovery in a spectacular setting.

11.05.24
Ammassalik (Grönland)

Still almost unknown just a century ago, the east coast of Greenland remains the most authentic and majestic region. Here, the alpine mountains merge intimately with the sea, while the fjords are adorned with high snow-capped peaks and drifting icebergs. Follow in the wake of Captain Jean-Baptiste Charcot’s famous ship, the Pourquoi Pas?, which set off with its crew to discover Ammassalik, a small island of primitive and wild beauty where the Inuit people chose to live. The name of this island is a reference to the capelin, a small flamboyant silver coloured fish, whose presence in the thousands announces to inhabitants the return of spring. A surprising discovery in a spectacular setting.

12.05.24
Ammassalik (Grönland)

Still almost unknown just a century ago, the east coast of Greenland remains the most authentic and majestic region. Here, the alpine mountains merge intimately with the sea, while the fjords are adorned with high snow-capped peaks and drifting icebergs. Follow in the wake of Captain Jean-Baptiste Charcot’s famous ship, the Pourquoi Pas?, which set off with its crew to discover Ammassalik, a small island of primitive and wild beauty where the Inuit people chose to live. The name of this island is a reference to the capelin, a small flamboyant silver coloured fish, whose presence in the thousands announces to inhabitants the return of spring. A surprising discovery in a spectacular setting.

13.05.24
Ammassalik (Grönland)

Still almost unknown just a century ago, the east coast of Greenland remains the most authentic and majestic region. Here, the alpine mountains merge intimately with the sea, while the fjords are adorned with high snow-capped peaks and drifting icebergs. Follow in the wake of Captain Jean-Baptiste Charcot’s famous ship, the Pourquoi Pas?, which set off with its crew to discover Ammassalik, a small island of primitive and wild beauty where the Inuit people chose to live. The name of this island is a reference to the capelin, a small flamboyant silver coloured fish, whose presence in the thousands announces to inhabitants the return of spring. A surprising discovery in a spectacular setting.

14.05.24
Blosseville Coast
15.05.24
Denmark Strait
16.05.24
Reykjavik (Island)

Im von Bergen und dem Meer umrahmten Reykjavik ist man nie weiter als ein paar Minuten von den rauen und unberührten Seiten der isländischen Natur entfernt. Auch die Präsenz von Küstenseeschwalben, Wildgänsen und Enten im Stadtzentrum belegen das. Die Landschaft und die außergewöhnlichen geologischen Bedingungen rund um die Stadt (Stichwort Geysire) werden mit Sicherheit auch Sie in ihren Bann ziehen.

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