Are you looking for the best places to visit in Greenland? From Nuuk to Ilulissat, here’s where I recommend you visit on your trip to Greenland!
Greenland Travel Blogs
These are all of my Greenland travel blogs at An Adventurous World
Greenland. Greenland is without a doubt the most beautiful country I’ve ever been to. There, I’ve said it. I mean it too.
Being the least densely populated country in the world, not many people get the change to travel to Greenland, but those that do get to experience a place like no other. It is raw and rugged, the vast wilderness stretching on and on, and it takes your breath away every single day you are there.
If you’re looking for a good overview of what it’s like to travel in Greenland, then the best place to start is my article on the best things to do in Greenland. From kayaking with icebergs to exploring abandoned settlements just outside of Nuuk, I really got to experience a number of things in Greenland and I’m still dying to see more.
Also, I’ve published my own four episode mini-series on Greenland which you can see here. This shows you what Greenland is really like, and if I’ve captured just a small amount of its beauty then I’ve done my job!
Are you planning a trip to Greenland? Then make sure you read all my Greenland travel advice before you go – this post is packed full of useful tips & info!
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.
Did you know that Greenland is the largest island in the world? Here are some other fun facts about Greenland before planning your visit here!
Greenland is full of once in a lifetime experiences and flavours. We share our favourites while travelling there and what we recommend for you!
Igaliku is a tiny town in southern Greenland that’s made up of a few houses with a population of just 28. Here’s what it’s like visiting Igaliku.
Ever fancied having a Greenland beer brewed from an 4,000-year-old iceberg? Join the beer revolution in Greenland & find out how beer is unifying the country.
Kayaking with icebergs in Greenland is amazing fun & so peaceful too. And what about swimming with icebergs? To find that out you’re going to have to read on!
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!
When it comes to hot springs in Greenland there’s only one place you need to know about – Uunartoq. These are the most beautiful hot springs in the world!