Much of the remote island of Greenland is surrounded by sea ice for most of the year, making large parts of the coastline inaccessible by ship. Our expedition to the east coast travels in the summer months, when the majority of the sea ice has melted away and the skies are lit up around the clock by the ‘midnight sun’. Navigating aboard a small charter ship allows us to delve deeper into the coves and fjords that are distributed across the east coast, discovering the islands breathtaking landscapes and Arctic wildlife. Alternatively, brave the bitterly cold Greenlandic winter to be in with a chance of witnessing the incredible light shows of the aurora borealis.
Our team of Destination Specialists have answered some our most frequently asked questions about Greenland below, from what you should pack for a Greenland safari to the best time to travel to see the northern lights.