It’s hard to describe the over-joyous feeling of seeing an iceberg for the first time, but I’m going to try. For me, this is true beauty of icebergs in Greenland.
Greenland probably isn’t at the top of your bucket list. You may not even know much about the place, but these facts about Greenland will soon change your mind!
Igaliku and Nunataaq, with a population of 28 and 5 respectively, were two of the most isolated places we’ve ever travelled to. They were the most beautiful too.
Ever fancied having a beer brewed from an 4,000-year-old iceberg? Well join the beer revolution in Greenland and find out how beer is unifying the country.
Ice harvesting, shooting, sailing to the mouth of Narsarsuaq Glacier, watching Greenland’s hottest band Nanook play – No wonder we feel in love with Narsaq!
Uunartoq, which literally means “the warm place,” is home to Southern Greenland’s most beautiful natural hot springs, arguably the most beautiful in the world.
With the most beautiful landscapes you’ll ever see on board the Arctic Umiaq Line, boat trips really don’t come much better than this!
Qaqortoq in southern Greenland is home to the most beautiful hot springs in the world. Don’t believe us? Then come see for yourself!