Itinerary

Discovery of Eurasia & Israel 2021
Date:
September 13, 2021 - October 21, 2021
Meeting point:
Quebec City, Canada
Length:
39 days / 38 nights
Mileage:
12,060 NM
Day 1 - Monday, September 13: Québec City, Canada CYQB

Welcome to Quebec City!

Air Journey will greet you at the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac. Situated in the heart of historic Old Quebec, the hotel sits high on a bluff overlooking St. Lawrence River.

All participants will meet for introductions and attend an exten-sive briefing covering the general procedures of our Journey as well as details for tomorrow’s departure.

Afterwards, we will gather for a welcome cocktail before dinner.

Hotel : Fairmont Le Château Frontenac
Welcome cocktail and Dinner included
Day 2 - Tuesday, September 14: Québec City, Canada CYQB → Goose Bay, Canada CYYR → Reykjavík, Iceland BIRK (575 + 1340 Nautical Miles- alternate routing available)

Fly over the immense forests and numerous lakes of Canada on our way to Goose Bay for a technical stop.Then continue over Iceland's beautiful scenery before landing at Reykjavík in western Iceland.

Upon arrival, transfer to the Hotel Borg where we will enjoy luxury accommodations in the very center of Reykjavík. The Hotel Borg overlooks the beautiful square of Austurvöllur, and is situated across from Althingi, the Icelandic parliament and the cathedral.

After dinner at the hotel, you may want to venture on your own to experience the local nightlife.

Hotel : Hotel Borg
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 3 - Wednesday, September 15: Reykjavík, Iceland BIRK → Bergen, Norway ENBR (790 Nautical Miles)

Fly over lush Iceland and then do our second water crossing.

Upon arrival, transfer to the Opus XVI hotel, relatives of the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg, the hotel gives guests a taste of the pianist's unique life.

Located in the very heart of Bergen, each room is individually designed with a delicate balance of classic and modern.

Hotel : Opus XVI Hotel, Bergen
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 4 - Thursday, September 16: Bergen, Norway

We will head out to the Bergen pier to board the express ferry bound for Flåm. Enjoy breathtaking scenery as we cruise along the famous Sognefjord. In Flåm there will be free time to explore before boarding the renowned Flåm Railway train to Myrdal.

During the short rail journey you climb 2,850' up a steep mountain gorge where you are rewarded with spectacular views of the fjords, waterfalls and mountainous forests below.

Once at Myrdal, we connect with the modern express train returning to Bergen.

Hotel : Opus XVI Hotel, Bergen
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 5 - Friday, September 17: Bergen, Norway ENBR → St. Petersburg, Russia ULLI (750 Nautical Miles)

Fly to St. Petersburg, a Russian port city on the Baltic Sea, situated on the Neva River, at the head of the Gulf of Finland. It is the second largest city, after Moscow. St. Petersburg is Russia's cultural center, featuring venues such as the Mariinsky Theater actively hosting opera and ballet, and the State Museum showcasing incredible works of Russian art.

Upon arrival, transfer to the Four Seasons Lion Palace where you will step into the opulence of 19th century Russia.

Hotel : Four Seasons Lion Palace, St. Petersburg
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 6 - Saturday, September 18: St. Petersburg, Russia

Visit the Peterhof Palace - a former summer residence of the Russian Tsars. Dating back to 1715, it is famous for its stunning golden fountains including the Grand Cascade with its more than 140 fountains, ornate palace grounds, and the Grand Palace.

Amble through the Lower Park past the ornamented fountains and exotic flowers before heading inside to view the opulent chambers decorated by extravagant Russian royalty.

Hotel : Four Seasons Lion Palace, St. Petersburg
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 7 - Sunday, September 19: St. Persterburg, Russia

From our palatial accommodations we will have private access to several iconic landmarks such as St. Isaac's Cathedral and to the city's beguiling canals.

Today  is a free day to relax or explore on your own,

Hotel : Four Seasons Lion Palace, St. Petersburg
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 8 - Monday, September 20: St. Petersburg, Russia ULLI → Volgograd, Russia URWW → Tbilisi, Georgia UGTB (825 + 430 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Tbilisi. Upon arrival at Tbilisi international airport this afternoon, clearing immigration and customs, the group will be met by our local guide. We will then be privately transferred to our hotel in the center of town by private luxury vehicle. Transfer to Tbilisi (30 min) and check in at the Stamba Tbilisi Hotel.

Stamba Hotel was conceived to highlight the industrial splendor of the 20th century printing house in which it is situated. Housed within historic atriums, passages and courtyards of what was once Georgia's most important printing house, Stamba Hotel is a celebration of Tbilisi's ever-evolving identity as a hotbed of talent and originality.

This afternoon we will explore the sites of this captivating city with our expert guide. Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia and the country’s largest city. The city is a vibrant example of the mix of nationalities, cultures, religions, and ethnic groups found in Georgia. Tbilisi was founded in the 5th century AD by Vakhtang Gorgasali, the Georgian King of Kartli (Iberia) and made into a capital in the 6th century. Today Tbilisi is a significant industrial, social, and cultural center.

We will pass through the old quarters and the center, with its famous sulfur springs along the Mtkvari River. Traditional houses with balconies and grape vines are the backdrop to our stroll towards Narikhala, the 4th century fort overlooking the city.

The fort provides an exquisite view of the city and region.

Hotel : Stamba Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 9 - Wednesday, September 21: Tbilisi, Georgia

This morning we will drive to Mtskheta (30 min.) – the ancient capital of Georgia. The country's conversion to Christianity occurred in Mtskheta in 337 AD and it is considered one of Georgia's most important religious centers. Saint Nino erected the first Christian cross and the first churches were built here. Visit the monastery of Jvari perched on a cliff overlooking Mtskheta and continue to the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral.

Svetitskhoveli church has long been the principal Georgian church and remains one of the most venerated places of worship to this day. This UNESCO World Heritage Site today functions as the seat of the archbishop. We will continue to Château Mukhrani. The Château was established as the princes estate of the royal Bagrationi name. In 1876, Ivane Mukhranbatoni, a royal family representative and political and public figure of 19th century Georgia returned from France with the Château winemaking concept and since then the estates own winemaking history began.

Our wine tour will guide you to discover the Georgian royal family history and breath-taking legends, a flavor of antiquity and enchanting wines which have just won 4 prestigious Medals the 23rd Grand International Wine Award Mundus Vini - one of the most important wine competitions in the world.

After a delicious lunch accompanied by wine tasting, continue the drive to Gori town to visit the cave town Uplistsikhe (Lord's Fortress) dating from the 1st millennium BC. The rock-hewn town includes houses, temples, streets, and Roman theatres which were carved out of the cliffs. Drive back to Tbilisi.

Hotel : Stamba Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 10 - Wednesday, September 22: Tbilisi, Georgia

Today is a day to relax or explore on your own.

Hotel : Stamba Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 11 - Thursday, September 23: Tbilisi, Georgia UGTB → Baku, Azerbaijan UBBB (240 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Baku - straddling the Middle East, Europe and Asia, the enigmatic capital of Azerbaijan sits on the coast of the opal-blue waters of the Caspian Sea, with the Caucasus Mountains to the west.
 
Upon arrival, transfer to the beaux-arts-style Four Seasons Hotel perched along the waterfront in the heart of central Baku.

Hotel : Four Seasons Hotel Baku
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 12 - Friday, September 24: Baku, Azerbaijan

Today we will go for a half-day city tour of Baku. Step into the history and see the wonders that lie inside the 12th-century walls of Icheri Sheher, or The Inner City, during our guided tour of this UNESCO World Heritage site.
 
On the way we will stop to savor layered Baklava stuffed with walnuts and spices and pick up jars of homemade jam.
 
We then stroll along New Boulevard; seaside streets lined with charming teahouses and cafes, and see the cultural insights at the Yarat Contemporary Art Centre and Azerbaijan Stone Museum.

Hotel : Four Seasons Hotel Baku
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 13 - Saturday, September 25: Baku, Azerbaijan

Today is a day to relax or explore on your own.

Hotel : Four Seasons Hotel Baku
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 14 - Sunday, September 26: Baku, Azerbaijan UBBB → Bukhara, Uzbekistan UTSB (665 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Bukhara. Upon arrival, we will transfer to the Zargaron Plaza Hotel situated in Bukhara's historic center.
 
One of Central Asia's oldest cities, Bukhara was a legendary stop on the ancient Silk Road, a network of trade routes between China and Europe. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its historic center, the city remains the best example of a well-preserved medieval Central Asian city.

Hotel : Zargaron Plaza Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 15 - Monday, September 27: Bukhara, Uzbekistan

With our local guide, we will explore Bukhara's historic center.
 
Experience a time when this ancient city was a fabled trading outpost on the Silk Road and an intellectual center for Islamic scholars.
 
Take note of not only the impressive mosques, religious schools and shrines that represent the best of Islamic architecture, but also the careful urban planning that led to the city's UNESCO designation.

Hotel : Zargaron Plaza Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 16 - Tuesday, September 28: Bukhara, Uzbekistan UTSB → Samarkand, Uzbekistan UTSS (115 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Samarkand - one of the highlights of Uzbekistan. This small town is packed with strikingly beautiful architecture and so much history.

Upon arrival, transfer to Emir Han hotel, positioned right on the patch of Silk Road that famously connected Samarkand and Bukhara.

Hotel : Hotel Emir Han
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 17 - Wednesday, September 29: Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Our full-day city tour begins with a visit to Registan, a central courtyard surrounded on three sides by Madrasahs. Tilya-Kori, the Sherdor Madrasa on the right and the Ulu Bey Medresesi on the left have walls covered in intricate gold.

The Bibi-Khanym mosque has a great interior courtyard and is located adjacent to the Siab Bazaar, where you will experience the local food market.

Our tour then continues to Gur-E-Amir complex and the Shah-i-Zinda Mousoleum - another magnificent art that Samarkand has to offer.

Hotel : Hotel Emir Han
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 18 - Thursday, September 30: Samarkand, Uzbekistan UTSS → Mary, Turkmenistan UTAM (270 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Mary. Upon arrival, we will drive east towards Baýramaly, to visit the contemporary re-incarnation and humble suburb of the glorious Ancient Merv (UNESCO World Heritage Site). One of the major archaeological sites of Central Asia, Merv played an important part in the development of the Silk Road for more than 2000 years. Within the limits of the archaeological park, which is 1200 hectares, you will have a chance to observe all constituent parts of the “wandering city”.

We will then visit the 6-9th centuries AD forts of Big and Little Kyz-Kala, excellent examples of the so-called corrugated Koshks; the splendid XII c. mausoleums of Sultan Sanjar and Muhammad ibn-Zayd, demonstrating exquisite Seljuk period brickwork and architectural decor. If time permits, a possible visit to several more interesting spots within the site.

After sightseeing, we will head back to Mary for lunch at a local restaurant. We will also visit the Regional Mary Museum, presenting a wide array of archaeological finds (dating back to the 3rd mill. BC through the late 19th century) from both Ancient Merv and Bronze Age sites as well as interesting ethnographic displays reconstructing the scenes of daily life of the Turkmen population and other minorities of the Murghab oasis.

At the end of our tour we will check-in to Mary Hotel, located in the city center. It is the largest hotel in Mary city built in 2015. The six-floor hotel has a restaurant, gym, swimming pool, and sauna. There are tennis courts in the adjoining territory. Apart from that, guests may enjoy shopping in the souvenir and the carpet shops.

Hotel : Mary Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 19 - Friday, October 1: Mary, Turkmenistan UTAM → Ashgabat, Turkmenistan UTAA (170 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Ashgabat. Upon arrival we will transfer to Yyldyz Hotel which has stunning views of the capital and the captivating Kopet Dag Mountains.

This afternoon there is a tour of the city. We will see the Monument and Park of Independence (looking like a white-marble “Eiffel Tower” standing in a beautiful park) and a rocket-like Arch of Neutrality, beautiful Ertuğrul Gazi Mosque (reminiscent of the Blue Mosque of Istanbul), and the unusual “Palace of Happiness” (the official name for the Wedding Palace).

In the evening experience a folk show of traditional Turkmen music, songs, customs and rituals.

Hotel : Yyldyz
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 20 - Saturday, October 2: Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

This morning our tour includes the World Heritage listed fortress of Old Nisa, the earliest of the Parthian Empire capitals. Located in an atmospheric area on an irregular pentagon hill, at the foot of the Kopet Dag Mountains, Old Nisa is a beautiful landmark. Afterwards continue to the Arkadash stud farm, home of the famous Akhal-Teke horses. The breed is one of the oldest breeds in existence today and is well-known for its stamina. Snacks and tea will be provided at the farm.

On the way back to Ashgabat we will stop in Kipchak to visit a complex of the biggest mosque in Turkmenistan (called “Turkmenbashi Ruhy Mosque”) and the family mausoleum of the first President.

The National Museum of History (more than 327,000 objects on a display) exhibiting exclusive ancient artifacts from different historical & archaeological sites of Turkmenistan, such as Old Nisa, Ancient Merv, and Kunya-Urgench and others.

 

Hotel : Yyldyz
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 21 - Sunday, October 3: Ashgabat, Turkmenistan UTAA → Yerevan, Armenia UDYZ (665 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Yerevan, Armenia. Upon arrival we will transfer to The Alexander Luxury Collection.

Introducing an exclusive new address to the city's developing social landscape, The Alexander is heralded as the first luxury international hotel in the historic center of Yerevan. Each of the 114 guestrooms and suites features scaled back, minimalist design, grand gold accents and hints of decorative Armenian motifs. The Alexander's collection of bars and restaurants attracts Yerevan's most discerning social scene. 

After a short one hour rest we will go for a panoramic drive of the city Yerevan seeing the Opera and Ballet Building, Presidential House, National Assembly, Republic Square.

Visit the Armenian Genocide Museum and Memorial. Continue to Yerevan Brandy Factory for a tour and Cognac tasting and visit the Cascade Monument and modern art galleries.

Hotel : Alexander Luxury Collection
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 22 - Monday, October 4: Yerevan, Armenia

This morning we will drive with our local guide to Geghard, one of the treasures of Armenia.

This medieval monastery is located in the Kotayk province of Armenia, partially surrounded by cliffs and carved out of the adjacent mountains. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

While the main chapel was built in 1215, the monastery complex was founded in the 4th century by Gregory the Illuminator at the site of a sacred spring inside a cave. The name commonly used for the monastery today, Geghard, or more fully Geghardavank, meaning "the Monastery of the Spear", takes its name from the spear which had wounded Jesus at the Crucifixion, allegedly brought to Armenia by Apostle Jude, called here Thaddeus, and stored amongst many other relics.

Enjoy a private Spiritual Vocal Concert arranged specially for you.

Continue to Garni, a large village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia which is known for the nearby classical temple. En-route we will stop for lunch at a rustic local restaurant and indulge in the local cuisine as well as Armenian lavish bread making.

After lunch, continue to the ancient pagan temple of Garni. The Temple of Garni is a reconstructed classical Hellenistic temple and the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. It is the only "Greco-Roman colonnaded building" in Armenia and the former Soviet Union. Enjoy traditional duduk flute by the temple.

We return back to Yerevan to visit Matenadaran Museum - the Institute of Ancient Manuscripts.

Hotel : Alexander Luxury Collection
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 23 - Tuesday, October 5: Yerevan, Armenia UDYZ → Kayseri, Turkey LTAU (420 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Kayseri, Turkey. Upon arrival, we will transfer to the enchanting Museum Hotel in Cappadocia.

The Museum Hotel is composed from the restorations of old ruins into a luxury boutique hotel. With its unique location you can enjoy incredible panoramic views of the major sites of the region including Avanos, Göreme, Love Valley, Pigeon Valley, Red Valley and Mount Erciyes from all of its rooms.

The hotel founder is an antique collector that has a great collection from the period of Ottoman, Seljuk, Roman, and Hittite. His vision was to allow hotel guests to experience the Cappadocian culture and let them feel the sense of a living museum.

Hotel : The Museum Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 24 - Wednesday, October 6: Cappadocia, Turkey

If the velocity of the wind is suitable today, we will have an early bird departure from the hotel for a formidable “Balloon Adventure” over the enchanting “lunar landscape” of Cappadocia, to hail the slowly rising sun, with a glass of champagne. The balloon ride over Cappadocia at sunrise is an experience of a lifetime, with all the excitement of seeing from above, the farthest “fairy chimneys” of the vast region, as a lunar landscape, only possible in one's fantasies.

After, our tour continues to explore the most extraordinary treasures of sacred art, the rock-carved churches of Göreme, now an "open-air museum‟ which hosts some of the finest examples from the ninth and tenth centuries. What survives at Göreme and other sites scattered about Cappadocia marks out the region's rock-cut churches and chapels as one of the greatest museums of medieval art in the world.

Next, visit another marvel of the region: the "underground city‟ at Kaymakli. The enigmatic cellar villages, over 40 of which have been discovered empty, are among the wonders of Cappadocia.

After a morning of touring glorious sites in Cappadocia, we will be transferred to a specially-chosen vantage spot where, we will enjoy a white-gloved country lunch right in the midst of the Cappadocian landscape next to “fairy-chimneys”, this is truly being here!

Another cultural experience, unique to this region, is a visit to the “Art School”, where young village girls learn to become masters of the national art of weaving Turkish carpets and kilims to be able to contribute to their traditional dowry, before they get married.

Hotel : The Museum Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 25 - Thursday, October 7: Cappadocia, Turkey

Today is a day to relax or explore on your own. 

Hotel : The Museum Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 26 - Friday, October 8: Kayseri, Turkey LTAU → Cyprus, Republic of Cyprus LCPH (285 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Cyprus, officially the Republic of Cyprus, an island country in the Eastern Mediterranean and the third-largest and third-most populous island in the Mediterranean, located south of Turkey, west of Syria and Lebanon, north of Israel, the Gaza Strip and Egypt, and southeast of Greece.

Hotel : Columbia Beach Resort
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 27 - Saturday, October 9: Cyprus, Republic of Cyprus

Today is a day to relax and enjoy the amenities of the hotel on your own.

Hotel : Columbia Beach Resort
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 28 - Sunday, October 10: Cyprus, Republic of Cyprus LCPH → Tel Aviv, Israel LLBG (200 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Tel Aviv, Israel.

The Jaffa Hotel resides within Tel Aviv- Jaffa is renowned for its historical port, local flea market and culinary scene. The hotel pays homage to its historical surroundings, seamlessly blending a section of the 13th century crusaders wall from the courtyard into the contemporary lobby.

Hotel : The Jaffa Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 29 - Monday, October 11: Tel Aviv, Israel

Today we will commence our Israel tour exploring the city of Jerusalem, one of the oldest cities in the world.

In its thousands of years of history, Jerusalem, a place of major importance to three main religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam, has seen countless conquests and destruction, triumphs and disasters. We will discover sites such as The Western Wall, the holiest site in Judaism; The Church of Holy Sepulchre, where Jesus was crucified and see a view of the impressive Al-Aqsa Mosque, the third-holiest site in Islam.

After lunch, we will visit Yad Vashem, the Holocaust memorial museum.

Hotel : The Jaffa Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 30 - Tuesday, October 12: Tel Aviv, Israel

With our local guide, we will begin our tour at Masada, ascending via the cable car and touring the fortress which dates to King Herod's time, taking in the incredible views across the Dead Sea region and Judaean Desert. Continue to the Dead Sea, where we will get a chance to bathe in the muds and float in the waters of this salty lake which is the lowest point on Earth.

Leaving the Dead Sea, we will head back to our starting point, passing Qumran, where the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered and visit the lowest and oldest city on Earth, Jericho, on the way.

Hotel : The Jaffa Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 31 - Wednesday, October 13: Tel Aviv, Israel

Our tour today is to Golan Heights where we will view the rugged, most beautiful and mountainous region of Northern Israel. Home to stunning wildlife and beautiful scenery!

After lunch we will visit the Katzrin ancient village and synagogue. We will also visit Mount Bental which has spectacular views across the three countries.

Hotel : The Jaffa Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 32 - Thursday, October 14: Tel Aviv, Israel LLBG → Dubrovnik, Croatia LDDU (1015 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Dubrovnik – the 'Pearl of the Adriatic'. An iconic city with ancient walls that have protected the city's medieval churches, palaces and monasteries for more than seven centuries, Dubrovnik is considered one of the most beautiful stone-built cities in the world.

Prominently situated on the cliffs above Dubrovnik's prestigious St. Jacob precinct, Villa Dubrovnik provides spectacular views of the crystal blue-turquoise waters of the Adriatic and the Old City.

Hotel : Villa Dubrovnik
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 33 - Friday, October 15: Dubrovnik, Croatia

This morning we will embark on a walking tour through Dubrovnik. More than a thousand-year history is reflected in every part of the town.
As one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Dubrovnik owes its special charm to the historic monuments which testify to its rich history.

Hotel : Villa Dubrovnik
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 34 - Saturday, October 16: Dubrovnik, Croatia

Today is at leisure to relax or explore on your own.

Hotel : Villa Dubrovnik
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 35 - Sunday, October 17: Dubrovnik, Croatia LDDU → Milan, Italy LIMC (450 Nautical Miles)

Fly to Milan where we will transfer to Como – immerse yourself in the enchanting Lake Como.

Enjoy a breathtaking setting on the shores of Italy's most famous lake, Lago di Como. The Mandarin Oriental exudes romantic Italian style perfectly complemented by timeless Oriental charm. Atmospheric, elegant and incredibly private, the hotel effortlessly blends the romance of the past with the luxury of the present.

Hotel : Mandarin Oriental, Lago di Como
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 36 - Monday, October 18: Como, Italy

With our local guide we will begin an exploration of Como, the lake's main town, as we discover its historic center.

After lunch, enjoy a cruise around Lake Como admiring chic hillside villas and hotels against the backdrop of the Alps.

Hotel : Mandarin Oriental, Lago di Como
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 37 - Tuesday, October 19: Como, Italy

Today is at leisure to relax or explore on your own.

Hotel : Mandarin Oriental, Lago di Como
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 38 - Wednesday, October 20: Milan, Italy LIMC → Inverness, Scotland EGPE → Reykjavik, Iceland BIRK (VAAH) (860 + 655 Nautical Miles)

After breakfast and an in-depth briefing, we will launch for our over-water crossing to Iceland and spend the night at the Hotel Borg.
 
Dignified and imposing, Hotel Borg overlooks the beautiful square of Austurvöllur in the heart of Reykjavík, across from Althingi, the Icelandic parliament and the cathedral.

Hotel : Hotel Borg
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 39 - Thursday, October 21: Reykjavik, Iceland BIRK → Goose Bay, Canada CYYR → Home (1340 Nautical Miles- alternate routing available)

After breakfast and another in-depth briefing, we will fly to Goose Bay for a technical stop to refuel before flying our separate ways as we head home.

Breakfast included