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How many divers can say they've dived Greenland?

If you’re a cold-water diver looking for something new, specialist Arctic Direct says it offers a range of arctic snorkelling and diving adventures but plans to run a single  trip there from 2 September.

You catch a plane to Iceland for an overnight, then fly on to Kusuluk and a helicopter transfer to Tasiliiq and full-board accommodation in a lodge.

Over the following days you’ll have daily diving opportunities as well as whale-watching and exploration of fjords and iceberg-producing glaciers. Humpback, fin and minke whales can be spotted, says Arctic Direct, which promises that “no two dives are ever the same” . There will also be a land-based excursion on deco day.

The price for the week is £4995pp.



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