Destinations

Use the map and the filter below to explore the regions and towns around Greenland and dig deeper into the experiences in each destination.

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Qaanaaq Upernavik Uummannaq Ilulissat Oqaatsut Qeqertarsuaq Qasigiannguit Aasiaat Kangaatsiaq Sisimiut Kangerlussuaq Maniitsoq Nuuk Paamiut Narsarsuaq Qassiarsuk Igaliku Narsaq Qaqortoq Nanortalik Tasiilaq Kulusuk Ittoqqortoormiit North Greenland East Greenland National Park Destination Arctic Circle Capital Region South Greenland

North Greenland

North Greenland is the land of the midnight sun and dog sledding. A cornucopia of arctic experiences with giant icebergs and the Ilulissat Icefjord, honoured with a place on the esteemed list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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Destination Arctic Circle

Rough. Real. Remote. Destination Arctic Circle is the land of adventure. The combination of raw nature and cultural traditions brings you to the heart of modern Greenland.

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Capital Region

Greenland’s Capital Region combines the urban vibes and city breaks of Nuuk with grand fjord experiences and small town escapes.

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National Park

Covering an area of 972,000 square kilometres, Greenland's National Park is the world's largest - with approx. 40 inhabitants and high Arctic species of animals.

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East Greenland

East Greenland is an isolated yet very special place. The language is different and the culture is deeply rooted in myths and legends, which is expressed in their much-coveted handicrafts.

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South Greenland

South Greenland lives up to its name as it is truly a green land. Agriculture thrives here with many farms and luxuriant vegetables, in contrast to a barren ice world that covers much of Greenland. 

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Qaanaaq

Come to Qaanaaq and leave with memories of majestic nature and incredible hospitality from the northernmost town.

Upernavik

A mass of small islands, villages, and natural sights are close enough for you to reach, making Upernavik a perfect do-it-yourself destination.

Uummannaq

The wide sky overhead is the only timetable you need for discovering this haven for Inuit culture, bespoke fjord adventures and proud locals.

Ilulissat

Nature, dog sledding, and cultural exploration await you in this iceberg paradise.  

 

Oqaatsut

A welcoming dining table and a variety of nature experiences bring village camaraderie in Oqaatsut and the daily life of fishermen into close view. 

Qeqertarsuaq

Hiking trails lead you into the island’s lush hills to experience volcanic rock formations and dog sledding all year long.

Qasigiannguit

Greenland’s forgotten paradise – Qasigiannguit is the place where the original way of life is still very much alive and nature is really close.

Aasiaat

The land of a thousand islands gives nature lovers many ways to discover the southern boundary of Disko Bay.

Kangaatsiaq

Kangaatsiaq means "rather small promontory”, and the town is Greenland's youngest .