Fact Sheet

Getting there

Greenland lies between Canada and Iceland, hence laden with easily accessible flights directly from CanadaFROM (Ottawa), Denmark and Iceland.

Ice, Nothern lights.Dogsleds.Fiords.The majority of Greenland's natural landscape is defined by its ice sheet that is up to 3km thick, and almost everywhere you look, there is ice even in the summer! some of its most spectacular sights are along the coastlines, where gigantic icebergs float offshore and majestic fjords from dramatic cliffs that can rise up to a thousand meters from the sea. its transportation is characterised by the endearing dogsleds, which can be experienced all over Greenland. there's something for everyone, for nature enthusiasts Greenland has wildlife like musk oxen and whales while for the outdoor lovers there is a multitude of activities to relish from.

Uummannaq - Ice Golf

Home to the world ice golf championship has been held on Greenland's first golf course, on a small island called Uummannaq, since 1999.

Highlights & Activities

Day 1

Warm-up with Uummannaq 's great hospitality of the locals. play golf in Greenlands 9 hole course on white turf with orange balls. From July to early autumn get close to the minke whales, humpback whales, fin whales or killers whales in a whale safari and of course the dog sledging.

Day 2

Explore the town of Nuuk, with helicopter trips to ice sheets and Norse ruins along with customised popular excursions.

Nuuk - Capital of Greenland

Nuuk is the capital of Greenland, one of the smallest in the world. Nuuk is the smallest town in Greenland, founded in 1728 and houses several attractions. including its colonial harbour and its beautiful buildings