Cruise ship tourism in Greenland is still in its infancy, and there are lots of places in the country that cruise ship guests have not yet seen.
On the other hand, there are obviously also towns and locations that are particularly popular to visit because the range of onshore activities is great, the scenery is quite unique and the disembarkation facilities good.
In the following you can read about some of the typical routes and landing sites that during the last ten years have attracted an increasing number of cruise ship tourists to Greenland.
ATTRACTIONS BETWEEN SOUTH AND NORTH GREENLAND
The route between Ilulissat in North Greenland and Narsarsuaq in South Greenland has been a real hit among cruise guests in Greenland for many years.
With landing sites in the string of towns that lie between the two destinations, tourists are assured of getting a varied insight into several of the country’s most popular towns and settlements.
Wonderful sights and attractions can be experienced on a daily basis, but South Greenland’s nature and Viking ruins and North Greenland’s huge icebergs are without doubt absolute highlights on such a journey.