You travel a long way to see the emptiness of Greenland, but however you try to describe it afterwards sounds feeble.
An expedition cruise is the only viable way to visit the remote Arctic, but the adventure no longer means frostbite and a diet of seal blubber.
The arctic is like nothing you ever expected.
White wilderness, wildlife, Inuit culture and North America's only viking settlements are among the highlights of a cruise from Greenland to the Canadian Arctic.
It's the world's largest island (that isn't also a continent) and the least-populated country on Earth.
Greenland has more boats per capita than any other country, and there is no better way to see this breathtaking country than on a cruise.
Stripping off and jumping in: it takes courage to do the polar plunge.
If you want to see it in all its glory, you need to go now - before it's too late.