Few places on earth can rival Greenland for natural grandeur. An island of great proportions, it is dominated by the world's second largest icecap.
Only a narrow coastal fringe of rugged mountains and intensely green valleys remains ice-free, allowing a resilient and determined community to live at the edge of the habitable world.
With crystal clear air, magnificent scenery and a fascinating culture both past and present the world's largest island remains one of the last unspoilt wilderness areas, yet is more accessible than many people think.
Greenland is home to a resolute population of 56,000. A mix of native Inuit and Danish decent, ninety percent of Greenlanders live in scattered settlements along the west coast, while the east is virtually uninhabited outside the Ammassalik area.
This vast Arctic island offers a fascinating beld of Inuit culture and viking history, set against a backdrop of deep fjords, mountaineous coastlines and ice! Rare bowhead whales can be found offshore, icebergs drift through Scoresby Sund and on land, musk ox roam wild as tiny Inuit communities flourish on the coastal edges adapting ancient traditions to a modern way of life.
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Greenland and Wild Labrador Cruise
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