Greenland should be on your list if you’re looking for a breathtaking travel experience with a blend of culture and nature. As a part of Denmark, this territory boasts rugged landscapes, massive glaciers, and Arctic wildlife, making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and adventurers.

While Greenland may look all white on a map due to the Greenland Ice Sheet, it may be a surprise that the land’s weather and climate depend heavily on whether you live north or south of the country or at the end of one valley or the next. The short Arctic summer is intense.

Flowers, herbs and mosses explode into a sea of colour in Greenland’s coastal valleys and mountains, taking advantage of the warmth and giving new character to the scenery for a couple of weeks. Meanwhile, dog sleds and snowmobiles are casually parked in front of the houses and barns, waiting for the onset of another long winter. Greenland provides an ideal habitat for a variety of wildlife.

Whales are majestically rising from the sea, musk oxen grazing on grassy shores, and the king of the Arctic, the polar bear, are just a few of Greenland’s iconic animals. Let yourself get carried away by the openness and warmth of the Greenlanders.

There is no other place like Greenland!

Choose a region in Greenland

Capital Region & Nuuk Capital Region & Nuuk
Arctic Circle Greenland Arctic Circle Greenland
Disko Bay Greenland Disko Bay
East Greenland East Greenland
North Greenland North Greenland
South Greenland South Greenland

Greenland Itinerary Ideas

Greenland - Vikings to Icebergs

Greenland – Vikings to Icebergs

9 Days
Places Visited; Nuuk, Ilulissat, Narsarsuaq

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