The stark, frigid Greenland Sea looks a mesmerizing stretch of lethal mercury on calm, overcast days, but it is in fact home to a variety of whales steaming through the depths, regardless of the weather or season. Bowhead, fin and minke whales cruise here, alongside that deep-sea unicorn, the legendary narwhal. Watch out for icebergs too, calved from glaciers to the north and brought down on the cold, east Greenland current. These colossal, silent beauties are a majestic background for the finely-evolved sea birds trawling these waters, and on-hand wildlife experts will give you their full biological rundown. Receive this knowledge with that of indigenous and Arctic exploration historians, too, before exploring the Inuit communities and grand fjords of Greenland, and be amazed at this strange and wonderful part of the world.