Vast, remote, iceberg-chocked fjords, remarkable landscape, arctic wilderness, glaciers, Northern Lights/Aurora Borealis, midnight sun, outdoor activities, Viking history dogsledding, Inuit culture and people. Greenland is one of the world's largest islands, yet one of the least explored.
With 11 Greenland tours listed, we are sure you will find something that excites you below.
Greenland has so much to offer. Visitors will find unbelievable natural beauty in one of the most visually stunning countries on earth. You can hike along majestic fjords, dog sledding, kayaking near glaciers or if you're up for it plunge into the icy clear water as well as cruising and touring along the magnificent coastline.
If adventure is not your thing, sit back on your hotel patio and see icebergs float by on the fjord. Or experience the impressive glacier of Eqi at close range on our A taste of Greenland tour.
Summer in Greenland enjoys long days with midnight sun and mild weather-a perfect setting for a Greenland Luxury Adventure where you can be part of a truly unique remote glamping tour two hours by boat from the capital of Greenland.
We offer fantastic Greenland tours such as our West Greenland Coastal voyage on comfortable coastal ferries, travelling like the locals. Sailing is a lifestyle and almost a law of nature in and around the world's biggest island, where none of the towns are linked by roads.
Alternatively, you can experience the Icebergs & Whales of Greenland tour. With plenty of choices for optional excursions such as helicopter flights, whale safari or feeding huskies you are allowed freedom to choose what you want to see and do.
Our independent and NEW Ilulissat Greenland Small Group Tour can show you the contrast of Greenland - the lush green and the cool blue in the landscape, the thriving and modern towns, next to the tranquillity and peacefulness in the villages. You can explore the ice, the fjords and glaciers, not to mention the excellent hiking possibilities with opportunities to study the exceptional geology of the area.
- Whale Watching - Set sail on a whale watching tour to spot humpback whales, fin whales, and minke whales frolic and feast in Greenland’s waters during their own summer holidays.
- Coastal Ferry Route - take the slow journey with locals down the coast of West Greenland on the Sarfaq Ittuk.
- Searching for Musk Oxen - hike in the tundra and search for families of Musk Oxen
- Watch Glaciers calve - grab a spot on an Eqi cruise and watch the mighty glaciers calve