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Greenland

Head to the ultimate wilderness of the world's largest island and embark on an Arctic adventure in Greenland!

This autonomous Danish territory has remote terrain perfect for ski touring, mountaineering, and good old fashioned exploring! Isolated mountain ranges, fjords, and the captivating Northern Lights are just the tip of the iceberg when planning your trip to this outrageously beautiful land!

 

 

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Good to Know

 

Weather

It should come as no surprise that Greenland is cold. Generally speaking, the temperature rarely exceeds 10 degrees even in the summer. The air is strikingly high in quality, and there is relatively low humidity.

Language

Greenlandic

Currency

Danish krone (DKK)

How to Get There

Getting to the island may require patience and transfers, often including a stop in Iceland or Denmark. Kusuluk is a point of entry in the east, while Nuuk has an airport in the west. The southern branch of the country is served by an airport in Narsarsuaq and the northwest by Kangerlussuaq. While there is no ferry service to Greenland, many cruise ships provide trips to the island, making it a possible mode of transportation.

Country Code

+299

Best Time to Visit

April and May provide the best conditions to visit and explore Greenland, though some summer and autumn trips can be pleasant and manageable.

 

 

More Info on Greenland

Greenland is the world’s largest island located in the north Atlantic Ocean and into the Arctic Ocean. It is covered almost entirely by an ice sheet (80%), pushing the population of almost 60,000 people to the coasts. Most residents live in the southwest, with the capital city Nuuk home to more than 17,000 inhabitants. Many islands dot the coastline around the country and feature outstanding fjords and mountains right at the edge of the land. Because of the air quality and low humidity, visibility is usually high when peering out from its vantage points. The Northern Lights can be seen best from November to the tail end of March. As the summer approaches, so does the Midnight Sun, which means the sun never quite sets.

 

 

What People are Saying about Greenland

  • 1 reviews

 

An excellent trip to a beautiful location. The guide, Guido, was outstanding. Due to weather conditions we were not able to stay on the boat. Stayed in a hut instead which was very nice. Great skiing, amazing views, good food, great guiding and nice people. Highly recommend this trip. Cheers

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