Greenland

Greenland is the world's largest island. It is also the country with the lowest population density and one of the smallest capitals in the world. It is a rugged, mountainous, contrasting land with the enormous Greenland Ice Sheet at its center and an adventurous, welcoming people at its core. From the Arctic desert landscapes in the far north to Atlantic influences and lush sheep farms in the south, a distinct cultural and climatic diversity shapes our way of living across the geographical vastness of the island as much as it will inspire your travel experience...Welcome to Greenland!

Greenland

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Winter Iceland & West Greenland

From $3628 Per Person Double Occupancy

Partially Guided , 7 days, 6 nights
Thursdays, February 15 - March 30, 2018

This winter combo adventure gives you the best of Iceland "The Saga Island" and West Greenland with it's Iceberg splendor! In Iceland, the natural wonders like the geysers, Gullfoss and Thingvellir National Park are sights to behold when covered in snow and the evenings become enchanted when the sky is lit up by Aurora Borealis. In West Greenland's, Ilulissat which is situated 300 kms north of the Polar Circle, great outdoor activities such as dog sledding and snow shoeing can be experienced. In Ilulissat, Northern Lights can also be spotted if the weather is just right.

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Greenland

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Inland Icecap and the Aurora of Kangerlussuaq

From $2451 Per Person Double Occupancy

Partially Guided , 7 days, 6 nights
Dates: Sunday, Wednesdays, Thursdays - November 22, 2017 - March 26, 2018

Kangerlussuaq is a little-known paradise for Aurora Borealis enthusiasts. Due to the area’s geographical position the likelihood of seeing the mythical Northern Light is extremely high and during the day time there are plenty of things to do from Musk Ox safaris to driving in 4x4 vehicles to the Inland Ice Cap. Pre and post nights in Copenhagen included.

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Greenland

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Narsarsuaq's Nature and History

From $2308 Per Person Double Occupancy

Partially Guided , 5 days, 4 nights
(there are also 3 and 4 day packages available, please inquire).
Dates: TBA for 2018

Historic sites from the Viking Age, the Inland Ice Cap, fertile mountains with sheep farms, deep blue fjords with multi-colored icebergs and calving glaciers all around – and all of this within short range of your hotel. Welcome to Narsarsuaq.
Delve into the fascinating history of the Vikings and visit the very spot where the Norse colonization of North America began more than 1000 years ago. Sail in the deep blue fjords and enjoy the sight of blue and white icebergs or go for a walk in the area - one of the tracks leads all the way to the Inland Ice Cap!

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Iceberg Cruise

From $4066 Per Person Double Occupancy

Partially Guided , 7 days, 6 nights
Dates: TBA for 2018 

NEW for 2017! This week-long tour includes the very highlights of Greenland. Experience the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ilulissat Ice Fjord during your stay in Ilulissat, and enjoy the Arctic landscape and tranquility during a short cruise to the capital of Nuuk on board the local steamer M/S Sarfaq Ittuk.

Sailing plays a very important role in the Greenlandic infrastructure, and a cruise along the West coast of Greenland is a fabulous way of experiencing this beautiful and varied country. Accommodation is in outside cabins with private facilities.

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