Unique nature and rich culture 

Although it is best known for its dazzling Aurora Borealis, Greenland offers much more, including a variety of wildlife, colourful villages with rich culture, hiking and polar adventures for all types of travellers.

For nature-lovers, wildlife-viewing is unrivalled: polar bears, muskoxen, humpback whales, walruses, sea eagles and reindeer.

East Greenland: offers adventurous travelers some of the most amazing and untouched landscapes to explore on foot and by Zodiac.

  • Hike the vast and picturesque tundra.
  • Zodiac-cruise in the world’s largest fjord system, Scoresbysund.
  • Meet Inuit locals and Ittoqqortoormiit, East Greenland’s northernmost inhabited settlement.
  • Encounter musk ox, and potentially arctic foxes and hares.
  • One of the best displays the Northern Lights on Earth (September to October).

West Greenland:

  • Explore UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ilulissat Icefjord.
  • Be immersed in Greenlandic village culture.
  • Enjoy Zodiac-cruises to glaciers, amongst icebergs and rugged coastlines.
  • Look out for whales as we sail by Disko Island.

South Greenland:

  • Relax in hot springs on Uunartoq.
  • Visit historic Norse and Viking sites.
  • Explore Prince Christian Sound Fjord.

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