North Greenland

In North Greenland you will find the Ilulissat Icefjord, which is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.  You can experience a range of arctic experiences, like whale watching, dog sledding, the midnight sun and more.

The size of this area is enormous as it ranges from the Disko Bay in central West Greenland to the polar extremes of the far north. 

Most of the tours we offer are in the Ilulissat region, which is known for it diversity in landscapes and wildlife, quality hotels and culinary experience.

  • Ilulissat - Images of Ice

    3 to 5 days, Summer 2018

    from $2,593

    Explore this modern Greenlandic town north of the Polar Circle and experience the unique Disko Bay: Calving glaciers and gigantic icebergs: Majestic Icebergs are situated in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ilulissat Ice Fjord right outside the town and can be experienced at close range on our Midnight Cruises or during full day excursions where we cruise close to the impressive glacier of Eqi. Isolated Settlements: On other excursions we sail to small and remote settlements, where "the old world" and the Greenlandic hunters still live much according to ancient traditions.

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Steve - Jul 21, 2015

Overall we were very pleased with the trip

We had a very nice trip to the West and South Iceland. The flights were good. All of the hotels were very good, especially Ranga. The Icelandair hotel was okay but far below the others. One important …


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