Highlights of Greenland Wildlife Safaris
Despite being the the world’s largest island, Greenland’s human settlements are confined to its ice-free coast, with the island’s barren interior making up one of the world’s last great remaining wildernesses. This makes Greenland a top destination for intrepid travellers seeking the true meaning of wild. Harsh conditions and rugged terrain have spurned attempts at major development; this and the sheer size of the country makes it a haven for polar wildlife. Land, sea and sky will provide wildlife sightings regardless of which part of Greenland’s habitable coast you find yourself on, with animals living everywhere from inland meadows to ice-choked fjords.