1 – NORTH GREENLAND
A thousand mile coastline and communities where kayaks and subsistence hunting mix with modern fishing. From Disko Bay, with famous UNESCO protected Ilulissat Icefjord, to Siorapaluk in the north, only 850 miles from the North Pole.
2 – WEST GREENLAND
Peppered with vibrant communities and the country’s capital, Western Greenland is a journey through landscapes rich in cultural history and natural beauty, and it is the region visited by most cruise travelers in Greenland.
3 – SOUTH GREENLAND
The journey through Prins Christian Sound’s narrow corridor opens up to a landscape of snowy peaks, green pastures, and sheep farms nestled by ice fjords. Also the home of newly appointed UNESCO World Heritage Site ‘Kujataa’.
4 – EAST GREENLAND
Few places inspire the imagination to wander as far and wide as the great expanses of East Greenland, from Tasiilaq to the tiny community of Ittoqqortoormiit in the north, that serves as a gateway to the world’s largest national park.