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.
See the Eqi Glacier calve – a dramatic natural phenomenon, that will leave you in awe. At more than 100m high and 5km wide, it is the fastest calving glacier in the world.
There are 15 whale species in Greenland waters, including the blue whale, orca and humpback whale. Witness the whales hunt for fish, squid or krill.
The fjord is famous for its mythical mountains, wild seas and vast wildlife only found in the Arctic.
The town's beautiful architecture can be truly appreciated during this guided tour. See historic buildings such as the Church Bay Hospital, Zion Church and Knud Rasmussen's birthplace.
This involves a performance by a traditional Inuit dancer. Inuit dances include a mask dance and a drum dance.
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