Arrive in Reykjavik, the world’s northernmost capital, which lies only a fraction below the Arctic Circle and receives just four
hours of sunlight in winter and 22 in summer. Have a guided overview of the Old Town, including Hallgrimskirkja Cathedral
with its 210-foot tower, and perhaps shed some light on Nordic culture at the National Museum, with its Viking treasures and
artifacts, and unusual whalebone carvings on display. Embark National Geographic Explorer.