|ABOUT ALBATROS POLAR CRUISES||
Vast, remote and spectacular
Greenland is definitely the place for extreme adventures. One of the Google founders,
Sergey Brin, recently went there to celebrate his last night of bachelorhood with
a little kiteboarding. Read more in
this article. And Bill Gates, yet another IT icon, has been heli-skiing
the Icecap here.
Albatros Travel is one of the largest suppliers of cruises to remote and spectacular Greenland. Our main focus is to provide cruises with unique, exotic experiences, both at sea and on landings. We cannot offer swimming pools, countless restaurants or shopping arcades, but we can guarantee an unusual experience in a magnificent scenery as well as comfort and service suitable for authentic travelling. Albatros is a Danish travel agency with more than 80 employees and over 20 years of experience in offering group tours to all over the world. Our main office is in Copenhagen, but we also have an office in Greenland.
Greenland is ice, sea and unreal beauty. In Greenland you meet some features, which is impossible to find in other parts of the world and
which can almost seem supernatural. Greenland is home to colourful Northern Lights,
to 24-hour sunlight, to colossal calving glaciers feeding the sea with icebergs
and to several species of seals, whales and birds.
On an Albatros Polar Cruise the ship becomes a floating, comfortable home with majestic views that brings you to new destinations and new experiences every day. Cruising is a relaxing way of travel, with the travelling being an adventure in itself. The colourful Greenlandic towns are not connected by roads or railroads, so sailing is the only way to get around in this vast, ice-covered country. More than that, sailing is the absolutely best way to experience the grandness of the omnipresent ice, the otherworldly stillness broken by the roaring of a calving glacier and the silently floating icebergs up close. But remember, this insufficient description is only the top of the iceberg. To get the full picture of the Greenlandic sublimity, you’ll have to come and see it for yourself.
Truly an experience you’ll never forget.