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Welcome to the experiences of the other world. Where else can you find snow, ice, mountains, sea and whales close to green plains with potato fields? Go exploring for new exciting experiences right here.
The runners slide into the tracks, tails dance ahead, the driver’s brief commands sing in the air. You’ll never forget a dogsled ride.
Myths and legends speak for themselves: the northern lights are not for the faint of heart. The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon that most often occurs in the northern hemisphere. It is an extremely spectacular sight that is an experience of a lifetime! The Northern Lights can be seen in several places in the Nordic countries, but Greenland is one of the places where you have the best opportunities to experience magnificent nature, while the beautiful northern lights light up the evening.
The sea is teeming with whales. As a spectator expect to be at a loss for words when you get close to these giant mammals of the deep.
It’s a short distance from towns and settlements to open expanses with lakes, fells and the sea. Remember your map and compass or let yourself be guided by an experienced pathfinder.
The Ice Cap in Greenland is thousands of years old, and its power is overwhelming and breathtaking. Look forward to meeting the largest ice cap in the northern hemisphere.
Kayaking in Greenland is for experienced rowers who enjoy the silent movement in waters with white mountains as a backdrop.
The Icefjord near Ilulissat is on UNESCO’s world heritage list. If you’ve ever been there, you’ll fully understand why.
Musk ox safari
Go on a safari on the tundra and see a population of more than ten thousand musk oxen that originate from 27 oxen flown in from Northeast Greenland.
A trophy from reindeer and musk ox is on many hunters' wish list. And in Greenland, the goal is within short reach; only about five hours journey from Denmark you can get on musk and reindeer hunting.
Do rods, spinners and fish in all shapes and sizes have you hooked? Fishing is a pastime that can be enjoyed at any time of the year by people who love the challenge of rivers and lakes.
Embark, disembark, head ashore, then embark once more! But never miss out on the chance to take a sailing trip through the magnificent landscape that’s sure to sweep you off your feet.
Meet the Greenlanders on their home turf. Hospitable Greenlanders bid you welcome to their home. Accept an irresistible offer of a kaffemik and good stories.
The helicopter will take you to the summit as often as you want. Maniitsoq is the number one heli-skiing area in the world – a sport that’s wild, daring and addictive.
Did you miss the sun last summer? Then let us tempt you with the sun in the sky round the clock.
Museums and art
Paintings, tooth, stone and bone. Greenland’s museums reflect the country’s cultural heritage and disseminate it using modern forms of expression.
They came from the north and they came from the south. A past that stretches back 4,500 years leaves traces that continue to live today in culture, sagas, legends and people.
Mountains await as a succession of adventures – both large and small fells that will match your particular skills and equipment.
We have to admit that tropical temperatures are just a pipe dream. On the other hand, we promise you underwater dives in almost virgin waters.
Greenland has always enticed adventurers with the courage to take on unique challenges. A number of annual events involve the country’s nature and culture in close interaction with the local inhabitants.
Some of the finest gourmet restaurants are found in Greenland. And the menus are all characterised by local ingredients.
Greenland’s music comes from the heart, as it always has done since the first rhythms were beaten on a drum. Today’s music carries on these proud traditions.
Today’s most outstanding designers are behind innovative creations and are rewriting the history of Greenland. Look, touch and feel.
Skiing and snowboarding
Well-prepared cross-country slopes, thrillingly steep fells, gentle descents and crazy ascents. In other words, an introduction to skiing for everybody in the green country.
Do you love the thrill of speed? Then a snowmobile is just for you. Hard on the throttle and head off into the hinterland for new adventures
On the island of Uunartoq in South Greenland you can enjoy wellness for life in 38-degree hot water. The water comes from three springs which run into a pool made of dammed up stones.