The world’s largest and most sparsely-populated island is a fascinating place, home to wild and beautiful landscapes peppered with hulking glaciers, giant fjords and picturesque villages.
Discover the untamed beauty of this magical, arctic island.
The world’s largest and most sparsely-populated island is a fascinating place, home to wild and beautiful landscapes peppered with hulking glaciers, giant fjords and picturesque villages. It’s a country rich in traditions and culture, and though it is becoming an increasingly popular destination, it remains unspoiled by mass-tourism.
Self-powered 100KM adventure in Greenland
Experience the country’s incredible scenery and culture on this seven day trip: kayak through vast Fjords, around icebergs, whilst taking in views of icy waterfalls, spectacular countryside and colossal glaciers; camp in a former viking settlement, fish for salmon, and hike up an ancient ice cap.
Oct-Nov is the best time to visit for the Northern Lights but it's also pleasant most of the year depending on what you want to do. Just avoid peak winter as it's genuinely difficult conditions.
In winter it can reach -20 on average in some parts but it is around -12 in most parts.
If you're from the United Kingdom you do not need a visa to enter Greenland.
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