Greenland is covered with natural hiking trails, letting you blaze your own path and see incredible sights that no one else has seen. We can help guide you along the most scenic routes, making sure your trek is as incredible as possible.
From September to April, you can experience the incredible wonder that is the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights). The dancing colors across the night sky will connect you with the vast wonder of nature as you gaze at one of nature's most awe-inspiring features.
Our expert guides will take you on a photogenic journey, showing you the best vantage points to capture Greenland's majestic features and wildlife.
For the discerning fishermen (and women) who want a remote wilderness experience, we'll take you to pristine, fast-flowing rivers where you can clear water fish for Greenland Arctic Char and other native species.
The earliest immigrants in Greenland traversed by Kayak, and we'll take you on an exciting kayaking journey that will connect you with that Greenlandic history while exploring scenic glaciers and other sights.
Snowmobiles are a central part of life in Greenland, allowing for mobility and freedom across the swaths of snow and ice that fall during the winter. They provide easy transportation, help with work, and are even often used for sport. We'll take you on a snowmobiling expedition that you'll never forget.
Explore on foot across any amount of snow with our snowshoeing tours. Our seasoned experts will take you and your friends across the Greenlandic landscape, showing you incredible sights along the way.
the ice sheet
Via boat, plane, or road, we'll take you to see one of only two polar ice caps in the world. The ice sheet is an incredible sight that is difficult to fathom, until you see and explore it for yourself.
Greenlandic culture is full of culture and tradition, as the wide mix of immigrating peoples have adapted to the Arctic challenges and crafted unique traditions and rich heritage. Our experts will take you on a guided tour that you won't forget.
Never forget your incredible adventure by turning soapstone, muskox woll, and reindeer horn into meaningful souvenirs to help memorialize your experience. We'll help you find the perfect gift or souvenir.
Greenland was inhabited by Norsemen for over 400 years. These vikings created a rich tradition of farming and cultivation, which has since become a facet of everyday life in Southern Greenland. We'll take you to explore the structures and history they left, for a unique historical adventure.