July 26-August 8, 2024 | ICELAND, Greenland and Newfoundland in ONE amazing cruise!

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July 26, 2024
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Iceland, Greenland and Canada

It’s a big world out there. So many amazing places to see. THIS ONE NEEDS TO BE ON YOUR LILST. We are going to ICELAND – and GREENLAND – and NEWFOUNDLAND and all in the same trip. 

ICELAND is a very interesting country. As the least-populated country in Europe, it is full of wide-open spaces and vast areas of untouched wilderness. Abundant natural beauty is around every corner with unparalleled scenery unlike anywhere else. The people are friendly and there is much to see. We can’t wait to show it to you. 

GREENLAND sits to the west of Iceland. It is a country with 11,000 miles of coastline that is blessed with abundant wildlife and the world’s largest National Park. We’ll make two stops on the southern tip of Greenland. There are quaint little towns surrounded by vast wilderness. It is an interesting place to visit.

We will also visit NEWFOUNDLAND and ST. PIERRE in northeastern Canada. Newfoundland is definitely worth seeing, but hard to get to. Seeing it from the convenience of a cruise ship is the way to do it. 

We will fly to Reykjavik Iceland on July 26, arriving in the morning of July 27. We will show you some highlights of this interesting city before boarding our ship which departs in the evening. We will make three additional stops in Iceland, two stops in Greenland and 2 stops in northeastern Canada. The tour ends in New York City for our flights home. 

Important note:  Iceland is EXPENSIVE in the summer, especially for food and lodging. That is why a cruise ship is the BEST WAY to see this area. We’ll enjoy preplanned, private sightseeing for our group during the days and return to the comfort of our floating resort for dinner and sleeping. 

We’ll travel at the best time to see these places, which is July and August. It never gets overly warm there – temps this time of year will be in the high fifties in Iceland and low sixties in northeastern Canada.  It’s the best time to be in the region.   We pledge to do all we can to make it the trip of a lifetime… We hope you can join us.



  • Fly from your home city via the east coast to Reykjavik, Iceland and board the Norwegian Star 
  • 12 day cruise that includes FOUR different ports in Iceland, two in Greenland and two in Northeastern Canada. 
  • Private, pre-arranged excursions for our group at each port (assuming sufficient demand)
  • Memories of a very interesting part of the world.

Price Includes

  • Exceptional service and amenities aboard NCL’s Norwegian Star
  • A large variet of entertainment, enriching activities and exceptional dining.
  • All meals on the ship
  • All Port Charges, Taxes and Government Fees
  • Optional private shore excursions or a “Recommended Excursion” at each port born of our experience in these areas
  • Admissions to all places listed


Price per person per room

  • $2,445-$2,545:  Categories IE-IA – Inside Cabin (in differing locations)
  • $2,695: Category OK – Obstructed Ocean View
  • $2,825: Categories OC-OA – Ocean View (unobstucted window)
  • $3,795: Categories BB-BE – Balcony Staterooms

Prices include cruise, taxes, port charges, government fees

Airfare and Shore Excursions are additional – Air prices available in the summer of 2022. Air will be arranged for our group flying Salt Lake City. Airfare can also be arranged from any other gateway city upon request.


This will be a popular cruise. For good reason, Iceland is on MANY bucket lists. We have secured a very reasonable price for a peak time to visit these areas. We expect that demand will be heavy. As such, we highly recommend that you BOOK EARLY for best stateroom locations.  Deposits are fully refundable until February 1, 2024.

Prices vary depending on stateroom category and are included in this brochure. 



July 26, 2024: Today we gather with great anticipation for our journey to the North. If you are flying from Salt Lake, we will have group air space reserved. If you are flying from another gateway, we can arrange the air for you, or you can arrange to meet us in Reykjavik. 

July 27: We’ll land in Iceland around 8:00 AM. Our coach and local guide will be waiting for us to show us around the beautiful city of Reykjavik. Our tour will include the famous Hallgrímskirkja other popular highlights of this interesting city. Our tour concludes at the port where we prepare to sail this evening. 

July 28: Port of Call in Djupivogur, Iceland: Nestled in between the two fjords, Hamarsfjörður and Berufjörður, is  the remote little town of Djúpivogur. This humble fishing village is home to breathtaking scenery that moves from gently sweeping beaches to jagged cliffs and Búlandstindur, the iconic pyramid-shaped mountain. In contrast to the high-energy hustle and bustle of modern life, Djúpivogur encourages a slower, more contemplative way of living. Savor incredible seafood or shop traditional handcrafts you can’t find anywhere else in the world. While the town of Djúpivogur might be small, there’s no doubt it makes a big impression. Our private excursion today will highlight the incredible natural beauty of this area. We are in port from 11 AM to 7:00 PM.

July 29: Port of Call in Akureyri, Iceland: Set along the shores of one of the most breathtaking fjords in Iceland, Akureyri is the nation’s second largest urban area and a center of Icelandic folk culture. You can visit an interesting museum, take a hike along the extraordinary vistas or explore the botanical gardens. Our private excursion today will take us by comfortable motor coach to one of the most impissive waterfalls in Iceland called Godafoss “The Waterfall of the Gods”.  You’ll have a chance to photograph the falls and surrounding scenery. Back in town, we’ll visit both the Laufas Folk Museum highlighting the interesting agricultural history of Iceland. We’ll also spend some time at the imporessive Botanical Gardens. The ship is in port from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. 

July 30: Port of Call in Isafjordur, Iceland: Ísafjörður is a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts. Boasting an enchanting fjord ideal for watersports and a mountainous landscape brimming with opportunities. For our private excursion today, we will be picked up at the port by our guide We will head to the fjords that make up the Isafjordur Bay. This is located in the heart of the Westfjords peninsula where we will enjoy excellent views along the way. The duration of the journey will be of approximately 2 hours and our first stop will be the Hvitanes Cape Seal, to see a colony of seals in their natural habitat. The probability of finding seals is 80-90%. We will then stop for approximately one hour at a traditional Icelandic restaurant of Litlibaer where we will enjoy delicious local waffles or other snacks (not included). Our last stop will be the Buna waterfall, where we will walk through a wonderful natural waterfall before returning to the port. The excursion is approximately 4 hours. We are in port from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

July 31: At sea: We are at sea today making our way toward Greenland. Enjoy your floating resort!

August 1: Port of Call in Qaqortoq, Greenland. Qaqortoq means “White” in Greenlandic as there is snow here most of the year – but not in July and August. It’s a great time to visit. This is town of 3000 people is the largest in Greenland and showcases interesting art, culture and Norse History. Situated in the midst of a scenic fjord system in the southern region of the country, the village of Qaqortoq spills over a hillside that curves around a sheltered bay. Our excursion will highlight the museum followed by some of the surrounding contryside which inlcudes a picturesque lake and fjord. We are in port from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM. 

August 2: Port of Call in Nanortalic, Greenland. This is the southernmost town in Greenland (whose name means “Place of the Polar Bear”) and it enjoys a lovely natural setting. It is a place where vertical walls that tower over intricate fjord systems and “sikorsuit” sea ice lurking just outside the harbour during the spring. Because the ice ends here, there is often abundant wildlife. Our excursion will show you the highlights of the colorful town and some amazing vistas in the surrounding areas. If you prefer a Whale Watching excursion instead of our tour, that can also be arranged. We are in port from 6:00 AM to 2:00 PM. 

August 3: At sea: We are at sea today making our way toward Canada.

August 4: Port of Call in St. Johns Newfoundland:  Welcome back to North America. Today we dock at another interesting place. St. Johns which is the oldest European founded city in North America. We have much to show you in the area. We’ll start with the quaint, colorful houses called Jelly Bean Row on Geroge Street (where you’ll have a bit of free time), the lightouse at Cape Spear (with commanding views of the town and waterfront) and the stately monument on Signal Hill. A half-hour’s drive south of St John’s, we’ll see the summer home of 2.5 million seabirds and the largest Atlantic puffin colony in North America. It’s also a notable whale-watching site and it is common to see whales this time of year. We’ll show you other parts of this famous Burlin Burin Peninsula before returning to the ship. Few people see Newfoundland because of its remote locatation – but it is WELL worth the visit and it’s an important part of our cruise. We are in port from 11:00 AM to 7;00 PM. 

August 5: Port of Call in St. Pierre and Michelon: Welcome to France! This is the only piece of land in North America that still belongs to France. While they are just off the coast of Newfoundland, they speak French. Wander through the interesting little streets, sample some French cuisine and enjoy the island. No private excursion today as it is quite easy to explore on your own. 

August 6: Port of Call in Halifax, Nova Scotia:  At noon today, we dock in Halifax. Webb Tours has taken thousands to Halifax and we know this area well. Our private excursion will take us to enjoy the views from Citadel Hill before taking a stroll through the beautifully manicured Public Garden in the heart of the city. We’ll stop at Fairlawn Cemetery where over 300 people from the Titanic are buried here and there are interesting stories to tell. We then continue 45 minutes to the south to one of the most charming spots on earth: Peggy’s Cove. The drive takes us by numerous inlets with colorful boats and postcard scenes. The lighthouse at Peggy’s Cove is one of the world’s most photographed lighthouses set amidst the rocky Atlantic coast. You’ll have some time to enjoy the small town and we’ve included a piece of homemade Gingerbread with ice cream. If time permits, we’ll visit the poignant monument of Swiss Air flight 111 that is very well done. We make our way back to the ship in plenty of time to enjoy dinner. We are in port from noon to 8:00 PM. 

August 7: At sea: We are at sea today making our way toward New York

August 8: New York City:  Today our cruise comes to an end as we arrive in New York Harbor. We will transfer to the airport for our flights home.  

Please Note

Registration Information:

To make a reservation, simply fill out the attached reservation form and send it to us with a deposit of $400 per person.  When we receive your deposit, we will mail you a receipt confirming that you are registered for the tour.  A letter with instructions, hotel itinerary flight information (if applicable) and luggage tags will be sent 90 days prior to departure at which time the balance will be due.  You do not need to pay the balance until after you receive that packet.  We require final payments in the form of a check.  If that is not possible, arrangements can be made to use a credit card.  Webb Tours accepts Visa, Amex, Mastercard and Discover.  A 2.5% surcharge will be added for final payments made by credit card. There is no additional charge for original deposits made with credit cards.

Cancellation Penalties

We understand that you may need to cancel your trip for whatever reason.  If it is 95 days or more before departure, all money will be refunded.  If it is within 95 days, the following schedule applies:

120 – 91 days prior

$400 per person + insurance + any applicable airline fees

90 – 46 days prior

$700 per person + insurance + any applicable airline fees

45 – 31  days prior

50% of total cost + insurance + any applicable airline fees

  30 – 7   days prior

85% of total cost + insurance + any applicable airline fees

 Less than 7 days prior

100% of total cost + insurance + any applicable airline fees

 For airlines, specifically, tickets are generally non refundable when purchased.  However, most airlines will allow the value of the canceled tickets to be reused for future travel, though a penalty may be assessed to reuse the tickets.  If you have to cancel, Webb Tours will work with other providers to obtain as much refund as possible for our travelers.  Our travelers know us to be very fair in this regard.

Cancellation Insurance: 

To avoid cancellation penalties, cancellation insurance may be purchased.  Insurance will reimburse you for the non-refundable cancellation penalties imposed if you must cancel your trip for a covered reason like illness, injury or death to you, a traveling companion or an immediate family member.  Other reasons for cancellation include Common Carrier-caused delays due to inclement weather, jury duty, or a documented traffic accident en route to departure. Price of the insurance depends on your stateroom category as follows:

Categories IF – IA (Inside Staterooms/):                    $229 per person

Categories OK (Obstructed Ocean View):                  $259 per person

Categories OF – OA (Ocean View):                                $274 per person

Categories BF – BA Balcony:                                           $359 per person

Insurance is purchased through the cruise line and may be purchased any time up to the point you make your final payment.  Insurance cannot be purchased through the cruise line after your final payment is made.  Webb Tours is not the insurer and acts as agent for the insurance company.  To activate your insurance, we need your premium and your birth date. 

You can register over the phone by calling us at 801-278-3101 oR you can register online at Webbtours.com. If you prefer, you can mail your deposit to:


2378 Evergreen Avenue

Salt Lake City, UT  84109

Tel. (801) 278-3101

or Toll Free 1-800-658-8519


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