GREENLAND EXPEDITION CRUISING

From A$21,373
NEW
From A$21,373
NEW

Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with our 13-day journey through the Wild Fjords of South Greenland: Land of the Vikings! Step aboard the magnificent Ultramarine, Quark Expeditions game-changing vessel designed to redefine exploration. Two’s a Crowd has secured 12 cabins at very, very special prices, so you’ll need to be quick to grab yours. You’ll save up to 44% off normal brochure prices. Remember, your own cabin—no sharing ever with Two’s a Crowd.

Prepare to be spellbound as we delve into the heart of this captivating region, tracing the serene shores and icy waters that few have dared to venture. From the rarely explored southeast coast to the lush southern tip, each stop promises an unforgettable experience.

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Greenland’s culture and history with visits to picturesque communities and ancient Viking sites. Feel the thrill of discovery as we navigate past imposing glaciers and rugged fjords, framed by towering mountains and verdant valleys.

And when you’re not out exploring, indulge in the luxurious comforts of Ultramarine, from sumptuous suites to rejuvenating spa treatments. With unparalleled wilderness viewing spaces, every moment onboard is a chance to witness nature’s grandeur up close.

Join us on the Wild Fjords of South Greenland: Land of the Vikings and prepare to be swept away by the untouched beauty that awaits at every turn. This is more than a journey—it’s an expedition into the extraordinary.

Included in this sailing is a flightseeing excursion on one of two twin-engine helicopters on board the ship. Wow!

Will you join us?

DAY 1 Saturday 19th July

REYKJAVÍK ARRIVAL DAY

Arrive in the Icelandic capital and make your way to your included hotel. You will have the rest of the day to explore the city on your own.

Accommodation: Your own room at a Quark’s included hotel


DAY 2 Sunday 20th July

EMBARK

This afternoon, you’ll board your vessel and begin your expedition. Get ready for a great adventure ahead!

Accommodation: Your own cabin aboard Ultramarine from Day 2 to Day 11


DAYS 3 – 4 Monday 21st – Tuesday 22nd July

SAIL ACROSS DENMARK STRAIT

As we sail across the Denmark Strait, your Expedition Team will teach you about the wildlife and enthralling history of Greenland, its fascinating geology, ecology and climate, and the incredible sights you will soon explore. Staff will also keep watch for the seabirds you’ll likely see soaring around your ship, as well as the whales that can be encountered here.


DAYS 5 – 6 Wednesday 23rd – Thursday 24th July

EXPLORING SOUTHEAST GREENLAND

Your exploration of Greenland begins with South East Greenland, one of the least visited and most remote parts of the island. Your days sailing along the coast will be guided by weather and ice conditions, with each day and each excursion presenting new adventures. The region is a sight to behold, boasting a mesmerizing maze of vast glaciers, steep mountains and breathtaking fjords.


DAYS 7 – 8 Friday 25th – Saturday 26th July

GREENLAND’S SOUTHERN COAST

Sailing on, we’ll explore Greenland’s fertile southern coast. Nicknamed Arctic Patagonia, this region is as rich in spectacular scenery as it is in history and culture. Here, it’s easy to see why Erik the Red gave Greenland its name: everywhere you look rewards with vistas of icy waters set against a backdrop of soaring mountains and unbelievably lush, green valleys. Scattered around the shores of the fjord systems that dominate the area are several small settlements, both ancient and present day, making South Greenland an ideal place to explore.

The magical Prins Christian Sound (Ikerasassuaq), a complex maze of narrow fjords and channels, is a great place for cruising. You’ll explore this stunning sound, home to calving glaciers, jagged mountains and sheer cliffs that plunge dramatically into the water. Sailing through this fjord from the vantage point of your ship or a Zodiac is an exhilarating experience. If conditions allow, venturing ashore provides opportunities for all levels of hiking.
Steeped in Norse history, the southern coast of Greenland provides plenty of places to learn about this ancient culture. One such landing we hope to make is at Hvalsey (Qaqortukulooq), the site of Greenland’s largest and best-preserved Norse ruins. Exploring the remains of the circa 14th-century church will feel like stepping back in time, as the building appears much as it did when it was abandoned in the 15th century and the surrounding fells and fjord remain similarly untouched.

The little village of Igaliku, home to about 25 inhabitants, is Greenland’s oldest sheep-farming settlement. It’s a charming place to go ashore, as sheep peacefully graze on the grass, surrounded by bloom-covered rolling valleys and tall mountains. The area is also known for its storied past, as evidenced by the remarkable red sandstone ruins of the Garðar cathedral (the largest church in Greenland in the Middle Ages) and bishop’s residence, which date back to the early 12th century, when Greenland’s first bishop was appointed. Wandering the foundations, excavated in 1926, you’ll get to see a bit of history firsthand as you learn about this interesting relic of the Viking period. Together with four other historic farming communities, Igaliku is part of the newly established UNESCO World Heritage Site Kujataa.


DAYS 9 – 11 Sunday 27th – Tuesday 29th July

EXPLORING WEST GREENLAND

Boasting spectacular glaciers, mountainous landscapes, and vibrant communities, the west coast of Greenland will leave you awestruck. Heading north, each day we hope to take Zodiac excursions from the ship to explore local bays, channels and landing sites, discovering some of the quaint communities dotting the islands and fjords in the region and cruising in some of Greenland’s most picturesque places.

The west coast is home to Nuuk, the charming Greenlandic capital. You’ll have time to wander the streets of the historic Old Nuuk neighborhood and see the Hans Egede Church and Hans Egede statue near the waterfront, both named after the missionary who founded the settlement. History buffs will want to visit the national museum to view the famous Greenlandic mummies, found under a rock outcrop in 1972 by two brothers who were ptarmigan hunting.


DAY 12 Wednesday 30th July

DISEMBARK NUUK – FLY TO TORONTO

Enjoy one more Zodiac ride to shore, where you’ll board your charter flight to Toronto, Canada. Upon arrival in Toronto, we will transfer you to your included hotel.

Accommodation: Your own room at a Quark’s included hotel


DAY 13 Thursday 31st July

TORONTO DEPARTURE DAY

Today it’s time to say your goodbyes and make your way home at your leisure, or spend some time exploring this artistic city.

19TH – 31ST JULY 2025


SOLO PANORAMA

Brochure Price A$34,000
Quark Special $23,300

OUR PRICE A$21,373 – YOU SAVE 38%


EXPLORER SUITE

Brochure Price A$40,880
Quark Special A$27,951

OUR PRICE A$22,941 YOU SAVE 44%

About Ultramarine

One of the newer ships in the Quark fleet, Ultramarine, is designed to go beyond the familiar in polar exploration, to discover new places, and to immerse you in the best the region has to offer.

Equipped with two twin-engine helicopters, Ultramarine offers the most robust portfolio of adventure activities in the industry, the most spacious suites in its category, breathtaking public spaces, and more outdoor wildlife viewing spaces than other expedition ships its size. It also features an innovative mix of sustainability features that exceed all industry standards.

With all this and more, Ultramarine is set to deliver the ultimate polar expedition experience.

Cabins

Located on Decks 3 and 6, ranging in size from 132 to 285 sq. ft, the spacious explorer suites feature one double or two single beds (your choice), sitting area with sofa bed, picture window,  desk, refrigerator, TV, private bathroom with shower and heated floors. Standard Amenities: hair dryer, bathrobe, slippers, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, complimentary water bottle.

Weather

July is the warmest month of the year and temperatures average around 6.9°C.

Currency

Danish kroner (DKK) is the valid currency in Greenland. Some souvenir shops may accept foreign currency, but only in notes. However, it’s recommended to bring cash in Danish Kroner.

Electricity

The standard voltage in Greenland is 230 volts and the standard frequency is 50Hz. Power sockets take the following plugs: C, E, F and K. A universal travel adaptor may be your best option for travel to Greenland, and can be used within Canada at the conclusion of your trip.

Visas

Generally not required for stays of up to 90 days; some nationalities will need a Schengen visa. You may require a visa for travel to Canada. Check the country’s official tourism webpage for more information.

Tour Inclusions:

  • Leadership throughout the voyage by Quark’s experienced Expedition Leader
  • An official Quark Expeditions® parka to keep
  • All Zodiac transfers and cruising as per the daily program
  • All shore landings as per the daily program
  • Shipboard accommodation with daily housekeeping
  • All meals, snacks, soft drinks, and juices on board throughout your voyage (Please inform us of any dietary requirements as far in advance as possible. Unfortunately, the ships’ galleys cannot prepare kosher meals.)
  • Free beer, standard wines, spirits, and cocktails during bar service hours and dinner
  • Formal and informal presentations by our Expedition Team and guest speakers, as scheduled
  • Two’s a Crowd Tour Host from Australia
  • 10 – 15 minute helicopter flightseeing excursion (subject to weather and operational logistics)
  • Group transfer from ship to airport for charter flight in Nuuk
  • Group transfer from airport to included post expedition hotel in Toronto
  • Pre- and post-cruise hotel accommodation as per itinerary
  • Solo room—always!

Tour Exclusions:

  • Travel Insurance (we can assist)
  • International flights to the start/end of the tour
  • Arrival transfers in Reykjavik and departure transfer in Toronto—ask the team for information and pricing
  • Expenditure of a personal nature, such as laundry, telephone calls, taxis and souvenirs
  • Visas (if required)
  • Any services, meals and drinks if not detailed as “included” in the itinerary
  • Porterage
  • Gratuities

Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with our 13-day journey through the Wild Fjords of South Greenland: Land of the Vikings! Step aboard the magnificent Ultramarine, Quark Expeditions game-changing vessel designed to redefine exploration. Two’s a Crowd has secured 12 cabins at very, very special prices, so you’ll need to be quick to grab yours. You’ll save up to 44% off normal brochure prices. Remember, your own cabin—no sharing ever with Two’s a Crowd.

Prepare to be spellbound as we delve into the heart of this captivating region, tracing the serene shores and icy waters that few have dared to venture. From the rarely explored southeast coast to the lush southern tip, each stop promises an unforgettable experience.

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Greenland’s culture and history with visits to picturesque communities and ancient Viking sites. Feel the thrill of discovery as we navigate past imposing glaciers and rugged fjords, framed by towering mountains and verdant valleys.

And when you’re not out exploring, indulge in the luxurious comforts of Ultramarine, from sumptuous suites to rejuvenating spa treatments. With unparalleled wilderness viewing spaces, every moment onboard is a chance to witness nature’s grandeur up close.

Join us on the Wild Fjords of South Greenland: Land of the Vikings and prepare to be swept away by the untouched beauty that awaits at every turn. This is more than a journey—it’s an expedition into the extraordinary.

Included in this sailing is a flightseeing excursion on one of two twin-engine helicopters on board the ship. Wow!

Will you join us?

DAY 1 Saturday 19th July

REYKJAVÍK ARRIVAL DAY

Arrive in the Icelandic capital and make your way to your included hotel. You will have the rest of the day to explore the city on your own.

Accommodation: Your own room at a Quark’s included hotel


DAY 2 Sunday 20th July

EMBARK

This afternoon, you’ll board your vessel and begin your expedition. Get ready for a great adventure ahead!

Accommodation: Your own cabin aboard Ultramarine from Day 2 to Day 11


DAYS 3 – 4 Monday 21st – Tuesday 22nd July

SAIL ACROSS DENMARK STRAIT

As we sail across the Denmark Strait, your Expedition Team will teach you about the wildlife and enthralling history of Greenland, its fascinating geology, ecology and climate, and the incredible sights you will soon explore. Staff will also keep watch for the seabirds you’ll likely see soaring around your ship, as well as the whales that can be encountered here.


DAYS 5 – 6 Wednesday 23rd – Thursday 24th July

EXPLORING SOUTHEAST GREENLAND

Your exploration of Greenland begins with South East Greenland, one of the least visited and most remote parts of the island. Your days sailing along the coast will be guided by weather and ice conditions, with each day and each excursion presenting new adventures. The region is a sight to behold, boasting a mesmerizing maze of vast glaciers, steep mountains and breathtaking fjords.


DAYS 7 – 8 Friday 25th – Saturday 26th July

GREENLAND’S SOUTHERN COAST

Sailing on, we’ll explore Greenland’s fertile southern coast. Nicknamed Arctic Patagonia, this region is as rich in spectacular scenery as it is in history and culture. Here, it’s easy to see why Erik the Red gave Greenland its name: everywhere you look rewards with vistas of icy waters set against a backdrop of soaring mountains and unbelievably lush, green valleys. Scattered around the shores of the fjord systems that dominate the area are several small settlements, both ancient and present day, making South Greenland an ideal place to explore.

The magical Prins Christian Sound (Ikerasassuaq), a complex maze of narrow fjords and channels, is a great place for cruising. You’ll explore this stunning sound, home to calving glaciers, jagged mountains and sheer cliffs that plunge dramatically into the water. Sailing through this fjord from the vantage point of your ship or a Zodiac is an exhilarating experience. If conditions allow, venturing ashore provides opportunities for all levels of hiking.
Steeped in Norse history, the southern coast of Greenland provides plenty of places to learn about this ancient culture. One such landing we hope to make is at Hvalsey (Qaqortukulooq), the site of Greenland’s largest and best-preserved Norse ruins. Exploring the remains of the circa 14th-century church will feel like stepping back in time, as the building appears much as it did when it was abandoned in the 15th century and the surrounding fells and fjord remain similarly untouched.

The little village of Igaliku, home to about 25 inhabitants, is Greenland’s oldest sheep-farming settlement. It’s a charming place to go ashore, as sheep peacefully graze on the grass, surrounded by bloom-covered rolling valleys and tall mountains. The area is also known for its storied past, as evidenced by the remarkable red sandstone ruins of the Garðar cathedral (the largest church in Greenland in the Middle Ages) and bishop’s residence, which date back to the early 12th century, when Greenland’s first bishop was appointed. Wandering the foundations, excavated in 1926, you’ll get to see a bit of history firsthand as you learn about this interesting relic of the Viking period. Together with four other historic farming communities, Igaliku is part of the newly established UNESCO World Heritage Site Kujataa.


DAYS 9 – 11 Sunday 27th – Tuesday 29th July

EXPLORING WEST GREENLAND

Boasting spectacular glaciers, mountainous landscapes, and vibrant communities, the west coast of Greenland will leave you awestruck. Heading north, each day we hope to take Zodiac excursions from the ship to explore local bays, channels and landing sites, discovering some of the quaint communities dotting the islands and fjords in the region and cruising in some of Greenland’s most picturesque places.

The west coast is home to Nuuk, the charming Greenlandic capital. You’ll have time to wander the streets of the historic Old Nuuk neighborhood and see the Hans Egede Church and Hans Egede statue near the waterfront, both named after the missionary who founded the settlement. History buffs will want to visit the national museum to view the famous Greenlandic mummies, found under a rock outcrop in 1972 by two brothers who were ptarmigan hunting.


DAY 12 Wednesday 30th July

DISEMBARK NUUK – FLY TO TORONTO

Enjoy one more Zodiac ride to shore, where you’ll board your charter flight to Toronto, Canada. Upon arrival in Toronto, we will transfer you to your included hotel.

Accommodation: Your own room at a Quark’s included hotel


DAY 13 Thursday 31st July

TORONTO DEPARTURE DAY

Today it’s time to say your goodbyes and make your way home at your leisure, or spend some time exploring this artistic city.

19TH – 31ST JULY 2025


SOLO PANORAMA

Brochure Price A$34,000
Quark Special $23,300

OUR PRICE A$21,373 – YOU SAVE 38%


EXPLORER SUITE

Brochure Price A$40,880
Quark Special A$27,951

OUR PRICE A$22,941 YOU SAVE 44%

About Ultramarine

One of the newer ships in the Quark fleet, Ultramarine, is designed to go beyond the familiar in polar exploration, to discover new places, and to immerse you in the best the region has to offer.

Equipped with two twin-engine helicopters, Ultramarine offers the most robust portfolio of adventure activities in the industry, the most spacious suites in its category, breathtaking public spaces, and more outdoor wildlife viewing spaces than other expedition ships its size. It also features an innovative mix of sustainability features that exceed all industry standards.

With all this and more, Ultramarine is set to deliver the ultimate polar expedition experience.

Cabins

Located on Decks 3 and 6, ranging in size from 132 to 285 sq. ft, the spacious explorer suites feature one double or two single beds (your choice), sitting area with sofa bed, picture window,  desk, refrigerator, TV, private bathroom with shower and heated floors. Standard Amenities: hair dryer, bathrobe, slippers, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, complimentary water bottle.

Weather

July is the warmest month of the year and temperatures average around 6.9°C.

Currency

Danish kroner (DKK) is the valid currency in Greenland. Some souvenir shops may accept foreign currency, but only in notes. However, it’s recommended to bring cash in Danish Kroner.

Electricity

The standard voltage in Greenland is 230 volts and the standard frequency is 50Hz. Power sockets take the following plugs: C, E, F and K. A universal travel adaptor may be your best option for travel to Greenland, and can be used within Canada at the conclusion of your trip.

Visas

Generally not required for stays of up to 90 days; some nationalities will need a Schengen visa. You may require a visa for travel to Canada. Check the country’s official tourism webpage for more information.

Tour Inclusions:

  • Leadership throughout the voyage by Quark’s experienced Expedition Leader
  • An official Quark Expeditions® parka to keep
  • All Zodiac transfers and cruising as per the daily program
  • All shore landings as per the daily program
  • Shipboard accommodation with daily housekeeping
  • All meals, snacks, soft drinks, and juices on board throughout your voyage (Please inform us of any dietary requirements as far in advance as possible. Unfortunately, the ships’ galleys cannot prepare kosher meals.)
  • Free beer, standard wines, spirits, and cocktails during bar service hours and dinner
  • Formal and informal presentations by our Expedition Team and guest speakers, as scheduled
  • Two’s a Crowd Tour Host from Australia
  • 10 – 15 minute helicopter flightseeing excursion (subject to weather and operational logistics)
  • Group transfer from ship to airport for charter flight in Nuuk
  • Group transfer from airport to included post expedition hotel in Toronto
  • Pre- and post-cruise hotel accommodation as per itinerary
  • Solo room—always!

Tour Exclusions:

  • Travel Insurance (we can assist)
  • International flights to the start/end of the tour
  • Arrival transfers in Reykjavik and departure transfer in Toronto—ask the team for information and pricing
  • Expenditure of a personal nature, such as laundry, telephone calls, taxis and souvenirs
  • Visas (if required)
  • Any services, meals and drinks if not detailed as “included” in the itinerary
  • Porterage
  • Gratuities

What Our Clients Say

20 out of 10!

The trip was just great - I can't really think of any negatives. Diane will back me up when I say I usually give 10/10s - I gave her 20/10. Trish, Canada/Alaska

Excellent trip

I found the overall trip excellent. I believe Diane's professionalism, inclusive personality and ability to relate to all contributed to this. She worked to ensure the group was cohesive without individuals impinging on the personal space of others etc. a good skill to have and one she applied effectively. Kate, Canada/Alaska

Fantastic value for money

Fantastic value for money paid. Russell our guide is an asset to your company... he was fantastic! Overall the trip was magical from start to finish. Well done Two's a Crowd ... the best trip ever. Barbara, Canada/Alaska

Fantastic first solo trip

I had a fantastic trip. Absolutely loved Canada and Alaska. It's the first time I have travelled solo and was pleasantly surprised to find a bunch of people that all got on so well. Diane our host was great. She did a good job of getting us altogether for meals, excursions, shopping trips etc. I liked that she quietly got things done without being loud or "in-your-face". She was good at being one of us as well as our leader. Wendy, Canada/Alaska

Good balance of activities and spare time

Had a great time. Good mixture of organised activities and spare time. Diane was an excellent tour host. Russell the tour guide was great, very knowledgeable and personable with his insights into growing up and living in Canada. Sharon, Canada/Alaska

Well organised trip with an excellent host

The trip was well organised, with a good mix of activity and free time. The scenery was spectacular and fellow travellers were a great bunch. Diane is a excellent host - helpful, courteous and above all a pleasure to know. I found her bubbly personality a bonus and can only speak highly of her. Gary, Canada/Alaska

I had a fabulous time

I had a fabulous time. Lake Louise and the hotel were magnificent. The cruise was excellent. Diane made sure that she was available for group meals and sightseeing, and was alway in good humour and great fun. I would recommend your company to everyone and am very interested in the Scandinavia  tour at the end of 2017.

Cathy, Adelaide - Canada/Alaska May 2016

Great holiday

What a great trip! I experienced so much and participated in all that was offered. I had read and reviewed as much as time allowed me but was not prepared for what the trip gave me and that is a better understanding of the beautiful people of both countries. - Lesley on Vietnam/Cambodia

In good company

I thought the suggestions for optional things to do, in the "free" time were very good. So good, we really ended up with very little free time. So much to do! - Mary on Vietnam

Great time together

I found the trip interesting and eye opening with a great overview of both Vietnam and Cambodia. The other travellers on the trip were fabulous and we had a great time together. - Anonymous on Vietnam/Cambodia

Fantastic first experience!

Extremely well organised with fabulous guides throughout - especially in Vietnam! First holiday with your company and certainly not the last. - Glenys on Vietnam

Great group to travel with

Having a small group meant that the days were more relaxed and flexible and I really felt spoilt and looked after. Melinda on Borneo

Thoroughly enjoyed Uganda

Thoroughly enjoyed my trip especially Uganda. There was so much variety of things to do on this trip. Jaros & Julius were great. Thought in Kenya the Maasai Mara were beautiful people, so easy to get along with. Judy

Can’t stop talking about my experience

I just feel so privileged to have shared with the Maasai the most awe-inspiring majestic sights and sounds of Africa. The fantastic memories will be with me forever. Maureen

Absolutely enjoyable

Gillian was a fantastic host. She was there for us from the moment we reached Hotel Troy. Heather on Africa

Best holiday I’ve been on!

One of the best holidays that I have been on - really well organised. I would never have travelled to Vietnam or Cambodia on my own. Bronwyn

Well organised

Fun, well organised and a really great group. Barbara on Vietnam/Cambodia

Great time together

I found the trip interesting and eye opening with a great overview of both Vietnam and Cambodia. The other travellers on the trip were fabulous and we had a great time together.

Great value

Well done. No complaints. Very pleased with this trip. Great value for my hard earned dollars! Really enjoyed the [Vietnam/Cambodia] tour. 

Fabulous rapport filled with much humour!

A great bunch of people & I can't believe how we all had such a fabulous rapport filled with much humour!!!

I couldn’t fault anything.

The (Uniworld River) cruise was great, I met up with some wonderful people who treated me like part of the family !
The ship & crew were fantastic & the excursions were very good, I couldn't fault anything. I'd recommend this cruise to anyone.  Peter

Informative and educational

The entire trip was one of the most enjoyable and exciting. Also so informative and educational. I was so pleased to make the trip. Wish I was over there in that magical place.  Marjorie

Delighted

I’ve just returned from the wonderful Kimberley trip.  It was my first experience with Two’s a Crowd and I was delighted.  Kay

Opportunity to experience

I have had the opportunity to experience things I would never had done by myself.  Solo travellers is a fantastic concept and use of social media has been a great way to share and keep in touch with friends and family. Judi

I need not have worried

Being my first tour and a senior member, I admit I was apprehensive but I need not have worried. It was great and I was very well looked after.  Can’t wait to go to Kenya with Two’s a Crowd.  Maureen

Smooth and seamless

A memorable trip of a lifetime, a wish fulfilled.  A fascinating cultural country steeped in history which I found totally enthralling.  Two’s a Crowd service was smooth and seamless.  Pam

A wonderful experience

It was a wonderful experience visiting Cambodia and Vietnam and gave me a better understanding of these countries. I had a great time with new friends, we had a good bunch and Leonie was the perfect host. Eric

Value for money

Value for money and outstanding co-operation from your staff and tour operators. Joan

Safe and secure and totally looked after

An awesome adventure for my first time overseas alone.  Leonie was excellent and both guides were also fantastic.  At all times I felt safe and secure and totally looked after.  Melinda

Well done Two’s a Crowd.

Leonie was an excellent host, the ideal person. I never felt any pressure to  be involved in every activity so I could explore alone during free time. Having 2 or 3 nights in most places was great – you could rest up or party. Well done Two’s a Crowd. Jenny

A completely different experience

It was a nice surprise holiday, a completely different experience from all my other holidays. Thanks. Piroska

I’ve had at least 10 travel agents.

In my travelling life, I’ve had at least 10 travel agents.  Two’s a Crowd is the first one where I haven’t had to correct anything in my travel documents.   Piroska

I’m so excited to have found you Two’s a Crowd.

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I really wanted to meet the people behind it

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Two’s a Crowd on the internet was definitely meant to be!

I’m really enthusiastic about the niche you are determined to cover in the market, and have the feeling stumbling on Two’s a Crowd on the internet was definitely meant to be.

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Thank you for providing a service for people like me

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Excellent throughout.

The entire 14 days ran so smoothly from Two's a Crowd booking my flights to  airport transfers and then the 12 days camping in the Kimberley. Excellent throughout. Congratulations. Marjorie

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