You’re traveling to get to one of the most remote and least accessible countries in the world.
It’s the chance to unplug from the world wide web and get in touch with marvelous natural surroundings, yourself and your travel companions – and it’s probably better to come to Greenland with this mindset.
If you need your internet fix it is still possible to purchase WiFi in most places albeit at a higher price than you’re likely used to. However, Nuuk library offers limited free internet access for all, and accommodations like the fine Hotel Arctic in Ilulissat, Hotel Qaqortoq, Vandrehuset and Hotel Hans Egede in Nuuk offer their guests free WiFi in their rooms!
YOU CAN PACK CREATIVELY
If you’ve booked your flight ticket, we can tell you already now: pack within the standard 20 kilo checked baggage guidelines of the carriers, for example the national airline Air Greenland.
Due to the fact that everything from food to dogs to plasma TVs are shipped or flown into Greenland, weight and space on aircrafts are precious.
Therefore, every kilo counts and is accounted for. You might get charged for even bringing a kilo or two extra in.
Read the checked baggage guidelines.