Experience an unforgettable journey to a country that will change your life! Venture to the largest island in the world and experience the magic of solitude in a spectacular setting.

Majestic ice landscapes, immersion in the Inuit way of life and the home of polar bears, musk ox, reindeer, arctic wolves and whales.

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Lonely days on the inland ice

Let yourself be “released” for a few days on the edge of the Greenland Ice Sheet.

Provided with tent, kayaks, rifles (against polar bears active in summer - extremely unlikely), food and a satellite phone.

Go completely off the grid and see what these vast landscapes and absolute silence whisper to you

Backcountry Sports and Arctic Adventures

Be active and experience cross country, snowshoe tours, fat bike tours in the ice, husky tours, snowmobiling, build an igloo, enjoy a warming fire in the snow and watch the northern lights.

Greenland is incredibly powerful, exhausting and rewarding. Who dares the effort has the chance to be rewarded with incredible feelings of happiness.

We know where the chances of this are particularly high ...

Cultural Discoveries

Living in and from nature is a deeply rooted part of Greenlandic culture.

So when you step into the middle of the wonderful, remote spots, you get up close and personal with the Greenlandic culture.

With us you will meet local guides who are deeply rooted in active Greenlandic life and who know how to open doors and eyes for you.

Pure secluded natural beauties

Enormous snow and ice landscapes that you grab, touch and never let go. Expanse and untouched, redefined.

Experience a night in the coolest igloo hotel

How "cool" are you really? Find out during a night in an authentic igloo bedded on reindeer skin. An unforgettable experience no matter how long you sleep.

Explore the fascination of icebergs

Experience the UNESCO World Heritage Icefjord - an unforgettable experience on board one of our wonderful boats

Husky tours: Dog sledding is a way of life in Greenland and a necessity too

Immerse yourself in this unique culture and connect with the locals by venturing on the adventure of a multi-day husky tour.

Even if the cold isn't your thing, there's nothing that hot tea and a blanket of reindeer skin can't make up for.

A unique feeling of freedom and wilderness

Enjoy the breathtaking feeling when you speed through pristine mountain landscapes in your own snowmobile.

Geology you can touch

The descent by lift to a depth of 120 in a volcano - experience the interior of the earth - the geology adventure you can touch.

Horse trekking with the legendary Icelandic horses

A must for all horse lovers: Experience an unforgettable ride on the back of one of the famous Icelandic horses!


Do you like what you see? Contact us and we will give you all the details about our unforgettable signature journey. And don't forget: every trip is unique - that is, we develop your own personal dream trip based on this travel idea.

Greenland weather

Greenland, the largest island in the world, is largely located in the Arctic, less than a fifth of the island is free of snow and ice.

Best time to visit Greenland

The most pleasant travel time is in summer from June to October, a good winter travel time is February to April. There is an arctic climate with low humidity, whereby it can even get up to 20 degrees warm in the southern parts in summer.

Language in Greenland

The official language is Greenlandic, an Inuit language. Danish is the first foreign language and English is the second. Much of the public life takes place in Danish, however, due to Greenland being an autonomous part of Denmark.

Eating and drinking in Greenland

Traditionally, in earlier times whales, seals and other fish were dried and preserved to prepare for winter. Even today, very unusual foods are consumed for Europeans, such as roasted birds, seals, reindeer, musk ox and lamb.

Whale meat is considered a delicacy here. There are a variety of restaurants serving Danish cuisine, with a wide variety of fish and seafood. Southern Greenland is known as “the pantry of Greenland”, here you can find sheep farms and vegetables are also grown here.

Greenlandic coffee is similar to Irish cofee, but it is a little less sweet, and locally brewed beer is popular in Greenland.

People of Greenland

“Kallalit Nunaat” - in Greenlandic language, means “the land of the people”. Greenland is an autonomous part of the Danish Kingdom, which is why you pay with Danish kroner here.

Only around 56,000 people live in Greenland, the largest island in the world. Greenlanders are only named those who are mainly native to the indigenous population and who speak a dialect of the Inuit language. Legally, however, every Danish citizen living in Greenland is also a Greenlander. Originally, the Greenland Inuit were fishermen, hunters and gatherers.

Fishing is still an important part of life today. Most of the population in Greenland is Protestant, the Catholic community has only 300 members. Greenlanders are very warm, friendly and tradition-conscious people.

Entry requirements for Greenland

To enter Greenland you need a passport that is valid for at least 6 months. EU citizens do not need a visa for a stay of up to 3 months.

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