• All Share : 50027.53
    UP 0.42%
    Top40 - (Tradeable) : 43899.83
    UP 0.58%
    Financial 15 : 15771.75
    UP 0.52%
    Industrial 25 : 63385.74
    UP 1.43%
    Resource 10 : 39839.3
    DOWN -2.11%

  • ZAR/USD : 11.4684
    UP 0.16%
    ZAR/GBP : 17.1929
    UP 0.26%
    ZAR/EUR : 12.8809
    UP 0.99%
    ZAR/JPY : 0.0965
    DOWN -0.41%
    ZAR/AUD : 9.0744
    UP 0.64%

  • Gold US$/oz : 1278.33
    DOWN -1.23%
    Platinum US$/oz : 1250
    DOWN -1.48%
    Silver US$/oz : 17.92
    DOWN -2.13%
    Palladium US$/oz : 766.2
    DOWN -1.22%
    Brent Crude : 48.29
    DOWN -1.02%

  • All data is delayed by 15 min. Data supplied by Profile Data
    Hover cursor over this ticker to pause.

Mon Jan 26 14:23:41 CAT 2015

Cruising to Greenland

Travel Weekly | 24 October, 2012 17:01
Hurtigruten's expedition ship MS Fram will be used on the line's Greenland cruise programme
Image by: Wikimedia Commons

Norwegian cruise and passenger line Hurtigruten is offering early booking discounts on its cruises to Greenland

The company is offering savings of up to 20%  on its nine-day “Heart of Greenland” cruise as well as on its newer 15-day expedition, which visits Northeast Greenland National Park, Spitsbergen and several places in Iceland. Four different itineraries are offered  between the end of May and September 2013 aboard the cruise line’s 250-berth expedition ship MS Fram.  

Hurtigruten is proud of its Greenland cruise programme which it says allows passengers to interact with the local Inuit  people and learn about their culture as well as the harsh reality of living on an ice-encrusted island where only two towns are connected by road. Excursions include a helicopter flight to Ilulissat Glacier in western Greenland and hiking expeditions in Qeqertarsuaq on Disko Island and Ilulissat. For more information, phone 011 442 0822 or see www.devprom.co.za.


If you have an opinion you would like to share on this article, please send us an e-mail to the Times LIVE iLIVE team. In the mean time, click here to view the Times LIVE iLIVE section.