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Arctic Exposure: East Greenland Photo Expedition

A Photo Tour in Greenland for photographers of all skill levels. Our focus is helping you improve your photography in unforgettable location.

Secret Atlas: Wild North-West & Disko Bay Photography Expedition

Photograph Disko Bay's huge icebergs and explore the wild North-West coast. 11 days. Greenlandic vessel and guide. 12 photographers only.

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Three men enjoying the sun in front of Nanu Travel Tourist Office. Photo by Nanu Travel

Nanu Travel

Nanu Travel is a locally based tour and outdoor pursuits company in East Greenland.
Qaanaaq, with view over the sea towards Herbert Island. Photo by Glenn Mattsing - Visit Greenland

Nunataq Atsuk Travel

Nunataq Atsuk Travel offers dog sledding and boat trips all year-round.
Two men enjoying the sunrise in the Icefjord in Nuuk in Greenland. Photo by Rebecca Gustafsson, Visit Greenland.

Greenland Escape

Greenland Escape offer high level service to the demanding traveler in Greenland. The perfect partner for travel agents, organizations, VIPs, yachts, cruise ships and executives coming to Greenland.
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North Safari Travel

North Safari Travel is a Greenlandic APS company. Established in 2009 and resident in Kangerlussuaq in West Greenland.
Boat sailing among icebergs in Nuup Kangerlua in summer. Photo by Nuuk Bay Adventues

Nuuk Bay Adventures

Nuuk Bay Adventures. Boat charter - Fjord sailing - Fishing trip - Hiking - Cabin accommodation - Photo/Film crew – Settlement tours and much more.
Ilulissattours boat sailing in Winter. Photo by Ilulissat Tours - Visit Greenland

Ilulissattours.com

Ilulissat Tours offers boat tours to the icefiord, the Settlements close to Ilulissat, the Eqi Glacier and the town Qeqertarsuaq on Disko Island.

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A photographer shooting flowers and plants by the Knud Rasmussen Glacier in East Greenland. By Mads Pihl

Photo tours in Greenland

Photo tours in Greenland add new dimensions to landscapes and culture, wildlife and natural phenomena when the destination is explored through a lens.

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Hiker standing on volcanic rocks on Disko Island in North Greenland looking at northern lights dancing over the ocean. Photo by Paul Zizka - Visit Greenland

THE SCENERY OF THE NIGHT - NORTHERN LIGHTS

Greenland's nighttime scenery offers a totally new, exciting and challenging world to explore. Northern lights are particularly sought after for photographers.
Northern lights over a lit tent, Camp In Tasiilaq Fjord. By Chris Brinlee Jr

Ten Great Tips on How to Shoot the Northern Lights in Greenland

Are you hoping to photograph the northern lights, and the night sky, but not quite sure how to go about it, here are some great tips on how to get started.
Hiker in Ilulissat, North Greenland standing at the Sermermiut overlook close to the Ilulissat Icefjord gazing at icebergs and a crisp autumn night sky filled with stars and northern lights. By Paul Zizka

Behind the Camera - An Interview with a Photographer

An interview with professional photographer, Paul Zizka, about his photography workshops in Greenland.
Tourist taking a photo of Marc Carreras in back-country Nuuk in Greenland. By Rebecca Gustafsson

6 Instagram shots you must get in Nuuk

Like a social media scavenger hunt, these photo suggestions will take you running all around the capital
Two men enjoying the sunrise in the Icefjord in Nuuk in Greenland. Photo by Rebecca Gustafsson, Visit Greenland.

8 times the light in Greenland was absolutely heavenly

There is no denying that Greenland’s landscapes and light are a photographer’s dream.
A Chinese traveler writing a journal entry on a dog sledding trip in the Disko Bay in Greenland. Photo by Mads Pihl

Editor’s pick: 12 real reasons to visit Greenland

So Greenland’s on your bucket list for the new year - but when is the best time to go? That’s one of the most common questions we get here at Visit Greenland. In order to help you make your decision, visitgreenland.com editor Tanny Por has hand-picked 12 reasons why she loves this polar wonderscape. Enjoy!
Ilulissat - Sermermuit hike - icebergs. Photo by by Maria Sahai.

Greenland - a photographer’s dream come true

Photographers Karim and Maria Sahai explain why everyone who is interested in photography and nature should visit Greenland.
Female tourists taking a selfie with Marc Carreras on winter hike in Nuuk in Greenland. By Rebecca Gustafsson

20 Instagrammers in Greenland worth following

Northern lights, knitting, sailing, lots and lots of snow. How do locals in Greenland live their lives in tune with its grand nature? While Greenland may seem far away, you might be curious to know what everyday life is like in our polar nation. 

Photo by By Vagn Hansen, Visit Greenland

5 Top Tips for Photographing the Midnight Sun

Don’t miss out on this expert advice from local photographer Vagn Hansen. Here he shares his top tips for getting the best shot of the midnight sun.

Nuuk: Winter VS Summer

We launch a beautiful series of contrasting still photos from the Nation’s capital, taken both in summer and winter - try sliding between two equally gorgeous experiences.

Canned Northern Lights

Breaking news: Canned Northern Lights! Greenland's mesmerising northern lights can now be seen anywhere in the world, for a limited time only!
Hans Egede Statue in Nuuk. Photo - Aningaaq R. Carlsen, Visit Greenland

300 years: Hans Egede's Mission and Legacy in Greenland

For better or worse, depending on who you ask, Hans Egede is one of the most influential people in Greenland’s history. Three hundred years ago, he arrived on our shores.

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Polar Bear in Greenland. Photo by Annie Spratt

Wildlife in Greenland: Land mammals

There are nine land mammals in Greenland, which is not many for such an enormous country as Greenland, but it also requires extraordinary characteristics to survive the cold and harsh winters.
Arctic Weevil also known as Otiorhynchus arcticus_Photo by Oskar Gran

Wildlife in Greenland: Insects and spiders

The Greenlandic insect fauna is relatively few in species. Only about 1200 species of insects, spiders (Arachnids) and other small animals are known. In comparison, about 20 times as many species are recorded in Denmark.