From the Ilulissat icefjord in central West Greenland to the polar extremes of the far north, the scale of Destination North Greenland is hard to fathom. Along a coastline stretching thousands of miles lie small communities based on hunting and fishing, in a land ruled by the polar night in winter and the summer’s midnight sun.
The Ilulissat Icefjord is known for diversity in landscapes and wildlife, high-quality hotels, and culinary experiences. As a concentrated slice of Greenland, you will meet massive icebergs from one of the world’s fastest flowing glaciers.
Further north, the Uummannaq archipelago and kayaking adventures in Upernavik open up a remote world of experiences culminating at the top of Greenland in the small town of Qaanaaq, where subsistence hunting is a way of life.