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Trips in the area: Greenland

 Arctic Cruise on the uninhabited eastern coast of Greenland
Arctic cruise on the uninhabited Eastern coast of Greenland and the longest fjord in the world

Cruise through Denmark Strait to the uninhabited Eastern coast of Greenland, where we encounter hundreds of huge icebergs, some over 100 metres high and more than a kilometre in length.

In the longest fjord in the world, we can see boreal wildlife, such Musk Oxen, Greenland Whales, Seals and many seabirds. We will visit Ittoqqortoormiit, the biggest settlement near Scoresby Sund. We also can see at night, the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights)!

By boat into the longest fjord in the world
Navigation in the remote and isolated east coast of Greenland

Boat trip from Iceland to Scorebysund, the fjords network more complex and longest on the planet. Crossing the Denmark Strait where you can see whales, dolphins and seabirds. In Scorebysund fjord are mixed indomitable glaciers with building-size icebergs, barren tundra, etc.

Dog sled expedition in the land of the last Inuit
Dogsled expedtion on the East coast of Greenland with local guides, descendants of the last Inuit contacted by the white man
Travel on the ice sea by dogsled in the traditional way with Inuit guides. Route among huge icebergs trapped in the frozen sea in one of the few places in the world where dogsled still is used as main way of transportation. Visit tiny and remote Inuit villages in the area of Ammassalik where were contacted the last Inuit (Eskimo) by the white man.
Greenland, polar icecap and Inuit villages - From 15 July to 30 September 2017
Greenland, polar icecap and Inuit villages
8 days tour to the Great Greenland icecap, icebergs, whales and traditional tiny Inuit villages
Route by boat and on foot in the remote East Greenland coast through the biggest fjords of Angmagssalik. Easy hiking on tundra, along lakes and the Great Greenland polar icecap, the second biggest ice mass on Earth. Visit tiny villages almost uninhabited. Swimming among icebergs dressed with thermal and waterproof suits. Chances of sighting whales, seals, polar bears and other arctic wildlife.
Greenland, the Arctic Pearl - From 15 July to 30 September 2017
Greenland, the Arctic Pearl
12 days - Tour by boat and on foot in Angmagssalik, the area of the last Inuit people contacted by white man.
Sailing by local boat through the 3 major fjords on the east coast of Greenland.  Easy hiking on tundra, lakes and Great Polar Icecap, the second largest ice mass on Earth. Visit remote Inuit villages of fewer than 100 inhabitants. Swimming among icebergs with heat-sealed suits. Route through imposing glaciers. Visit the Blue Diamont Bay icebergs flooded by brilliant cobalt blue icebergs. Sightings of whales, seals, polar bears and other arctic wildlife. Possibly the most complete and varied trip you can do nowdays in Greenland.
Greenland: extension from Iceland - 15 July to 30 September 2017
Greenland: extension from Iceland
4 days of travel to the Greenland icecap, icebergs, whales and tiny traditional Inuit villages
Route by boat and on foot in Angmagssalik, the area where the last Inuit were contacted by white man. Sailing by local boat through the big fjords of the East Greenland coast. The route skirts the tundra, enormous icebergs, craggy mountains and the Great Greenland icecap, the second biggest ice mass on Earth.
Incentive trip in Greenland - The Arctic pearl
Travel by boat, helicopter and on foot through the major fjords of southern Greenland
Inuit people, whales, seals, hot springs, icebergs, glaciers, Inuit and Viking ruins, etc. Greenland is an unknown destination outside of conventional circuits, which makes it an excellent destination for an incentive trip. It is an exotic and original country with which to surprise even the most seasoned travelers.
Inuit people and their land
Cultural trip to Greenland with an anthropologist in the Arctic spring
Accompanied by Francesc Bailon, an anthropologist specialized in Inuit culture, we will approach one of the most unique and fascinating peoples of the planet. During our trip we will live with the Inuit which means "human beings" and we will know some of the most important aspects of their culture, not to mention their land, wild and untouched, and which they call Kalaallit Nunaat. Accommodation in Inuit local houses, archaeological sites, visit the place where Inuit women committed suicide, travel by dogsled, the largest icebergs in the northern hemisphere, and so on.
Journey on the Ice Planet
Easy walking tour in the Greenland icecap

There is no better way to know this unfathomable territory than doing a simple route, overnight in a tent on the second largest ice mass on the planet, away from any concern, in complete silence, broken only occasionally by the roar of icebergs smashing in the distance.

Northern Lights in Greenland - 8 days of travel between 26 August to 30 September 2017
Northern Lights in Greenland
Trip to see Northern Lights in tiny Inuit villages
At the end of August, the daylight hours are reducing in Greenland,  and dark nights bring the most spectacular and brilliant phenomenon of nature, the Northen Lights.
We will make some routes by boat and on foot in the remote East Greenland coast through the biggest fjords of Angmagssalik. Easy hiking on tundra, along lakes and the Great Greenland polar icecap, the second biggest ice mass on Earth. Visit tiny villages almost uninhabited. Chances of sighting whales, seals, polar bears and other arctic wildlife.
Ski crossing on the ice sea of Greenland
Ski route on the frozen sea of the remote East Greenland coast.
In the remote and until recently inaccessible east coast of Greenland we will ski on a frozen sea getting round icebergs, chaotic ice zones, areas of thin ice, snowdrifts, open water and other obstacles characteristics of polar seas. This intimate contact with the polar terrain will give us the chance to see arctic wildlife roaming freely. With a little luck we may watch seals, polar bears or arctic hares among other wild inhabitants of the Arctic territory
To the northernmost village in the world by dogsled
Journey in a traditional way guided by Inuit hunters in northern Greenland
A 300 Kilometres  journey by dogsled in the remote region of Thule reaching Siorapaluk, the most northerly village in the world inhabited naturally. A trip through chaotic ice, sea ice, glaciers, fjords, icebergs. Visit picturesque Inuit villages whose inhabitants still retain many of their ancestral customs and lifestyle.
With Inuit people from Greenland
Trip to live with the Inuit of Greenland accompanied by an expert anthropologist
Francesc Bailon, an anthropologist and specialist in Inuit culture, will accompany us on this cultural journey. Accommodation in Inuit local houses, archaeological sites, visit the place where Inuit women committed suicide, the oldest house in Greenland, the largest icebergs in the northern hemisphere, etc.