…has a different meaning in the Arctic toward the end of the year. In December in Nuuk, sunrise can easily be at mid-morning.
…a December sunset like this in Nuuk is worth shivering for. Heavy layers for you and spare batteries for the camera are cold weather musts.
After being cloaked in polar darkness through the holidays, Oqaatsut gladly welcomes a few hours of warm sun per day, and it comes back fast!
Staying up to capture the ever-changing hues of Midnight Sun is an all-nighter you want to pull. An evening sailing tour in Ilulissat with that red boat down there is just one of your options to witness light like this.
The Garden of Greenland is a true paradise in summertime.
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The crisp summer daylight in Tiniteqilaaq shows all the small details whether you like it or not – including chipped paint and dirty sled dogs!
When one type of light starts dimming, another is just getting started. The night sky gets dark enough to see northern lights already in late summer.
Forget about Midsummer; how about a mid-autumn celebration? The northern lights are in full swing until April and are most brilliant around a new moon.