Greenland

Trips
Small Ship Adventures
Three Arctic Islands
Iceland, Greenland, and Norway's Spitsbergen Islands
Land Cost: $7,995 - $18,995
Activity Level: 2
Dates: 2 upcoming departures
Duration: 14 days
National Geographic Traveler has named this voyage one of its 50 Tours of a Lifetime. To land on this prestigious list, this expedition had to be:  “[One of the] most authentic, most innovative, most...
Small Ship Adventures
Adventure in Ice Paradise
Discover Greenland, including Disko Bay and the Illulissat Glacier
Land Cost: $6,195
Activity Level: 4
Dates: Privately on Request
Duration: 13 days
Explore Disko Bay, the Ilulissat Glacier, and hike one of the oldest ice fields on the planet. Visit an Inuit village and remote settlements, and enjoy the sunsets over the ice fields, and the...
Hiking/Trekking
Whales in Iceland
Fire and Ice
Exploration of the glaciers, fjords, and volcanoes of Greenland and Iceland
Land Cost: $6,795
Activity Level: 2
Dates: Privately on Request
Duration: 13 days
Savor spectacular wildlife, scenery, geology, and Viking history of Greenland and Iceland on an active adventure with day hiking, kayaking, Zodiac exploration, helicopter overflights, and optional...
Water sports
Greenland Discovery
South Greenland by kayak, foot, small boat, and helicopter
Land Cost: $4,750
Activity Level: 2
Dates: Privately on Request
Duration: 8 days
This trip offers adventuresome travelers the stunning visual impact of an iceberg-covered sea and the awe-inspiring beauty of glaciers flowing into tranquil fjords. Intense green colors, leafy tundra...
Overview

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Hike, kayak, and helicopter in Greenland, the world's largest island.  See the wildlife, culture, and historical sites that few tourists have the means or knowledge to explore.  Witness some of the grandest scenery on earth.  Throughout the country, towering mountains, dramatic glaciers, breathtaking icebergs, and tranquil fjords abound.  Adventure-minded travelers can enjoy the midnight sun while walking amid arctic flowers with views of icebergs floating by.

With no roads connecting far-flung towns and settlements, air transportation is the lifeline of the country. In the south, kayaking is an excellent way to see the ice and coast.  Greenland is vast and its season for land-based exploration is brief, but we are able to offer some of the best and most accessible environments for the most diverse experience possible. 

Consider a trip extension in Iceland, the most convenient transit destination from the USA.