Greenland offers up some unforgettable experiences. Discover the unbelievable and ignite your wild side.

A land of unspoken riches


A hub of incredible wildlife


A place of barren beauty


Greenland –

a frozen wonderland

Few places combine magnificent scenery and the raw power of nature quite like Greenland.

The world’s largest island will challenge your idea of what is possible. Find rivers of slow moving ice, see the great Eqi Glacier calve. Travel by husky sled or hike with dramatic views.

With a strong culture, largely influenced by the Inuit, you’ll find a strong sense of tradition and fascinating practices. Witness the art of ice fishing. Relish the drama of sled racing.

Remote. Rough. Real. With scenery worth savoring.

Get lost in its vast expanses. Feel its magnitude. Discover the sublime.

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Practical information

This information can be useful when traveling to this beautiful country


The temperature in Greenland is dependent on the exact location and season of the year. July is the warmest month with an average temperature below 10°C. Winters can be very cold with an average temperature around -10 °C.

Public Transport

There are mostly no roads between the towns in Greenland and all transportation is conducted by air or ship. At shorter distances outside the towns, you can travel by boats, dogsleds and snowmobiles. The capital Nuuk has a well-developed road network.


Hotspots have been established in most major hotels, and more and more hotels are offering connections from their rooms. There are Internet cafés in bigger towns.


The currency in Greenland is the Danish kroner (DKK) which is divided into 100 øre. 1 DKK equals approx. 13 Euro cents/12 pence. Many shops and restaurants do accept foreign currency in cash but it is advisable to pay in DKK.


On Nuuk’s pedestrian street you have the opportunity to browse different types of shops and to pick up classic souvenirs ranging from sealskin mittens, jewellery, furs and fine tupilak figures in bone and soapstone.


Did you Know?

This information can be useful when traveling to Greenland

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  • Greenland’s current head of state is the Queen of Denmark, Margrethe II.
  • Greenlanders live in 120 localities around the coast and 65 of these settlements have less than 100 residents each.
  • Greenland is old: its ancestors, the first Inuits, came to Greenland about 4,500 years ago.
  • No roads are connecting towns – citizens cover longer distances by ship, aircraft, or helicopter.
  • Greenland is the least densely populated country in the world.
  • July is the only month in which Greenland's temperature rises above freezing point.
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