Get in touch


Few places on the planet boast sceneries as magnificent as the wilderness of Greenland. Experience the beauties that the nature has to offer here via amazing expeditions.
  • Season we visit

    June to September every year

  • Itineraries for this destination


  • Activities & Attractions

    Icesheet ,Icefjords, Midnight Sun, Largest Fjord system, Whale watching, Inuits, Kayaking, National Parks, Northern Lights, Small settlements, UNESCO World Heirtage Site, Seals, Musk Oxen, Arctic Fox, Polar Bear, Glaciers, Icebergs, Bird Watching, Hikes, Nature Walks, Photography Programme, Snow Owl

Destination Overview

Vast ranges of beautiful and unfenced tundra and stunning mountains and glaciers stretch far to the horizon. Sail through some of the planet’s most spectacular fjords, kayak among beautiful sea ice, trek under the magical hue of the Midnight Sun, explore rarely visited settlements. This is a land blending nature, history, culture, and people for generations.

What to Expect

Hub of World’s Largest Island

Being world’s largest island, gaze at massive icebergs, hike on special treks or kayak past iconic Ilulissat Icefjord, sail across world’s largest fjord system and world’s largest national park.

Land of People and Culture

Meet local people and learn about their history and traditions as we take you to the storytellers – the locals. Explore Viking sites, some preserved for more than 1000 years.

Unique Wildlife

See Musk oxen, Arctic foxes, Hares, Snow Owls, Ptarmigans, Lemmings, rare Arctic wolf, Numerous whales, including the narwhals, minke, seals, reindeers, and sea eagles.

Contrasting Nature

Green mountains, long fjords, beautiful wildflowers, and varied fauna. Colourful houses adorn the shores, standing in striking contrast to the rocky landscape and the massive inland icecap.

A Magical Sky

From May to June explore stunning beauty during summers with 24 hours of daylight as Midnight Sun. From September, experience longer nights with chances to spot northern lights at East Greenland.