Greenland. Be a pioneer

Greenland

A country of a thousand contrasts will make you want to join the thousands of people who already participate in Greenland Tourism.

Greenland is contrasts and more contrasts, each one more exciting than the last. Greenland is a country known for its impeccable landscape and massive culture. It is the largest island in the world. Not only that, but it is also the island with one of the smallest capitals in the world. Its rugged and mountainous landscape makes it the perfect place for people seeking adventure, wonder, and awe. No wonder Greenland tourism is so popular!

With its enormous icebergs and 110,000-year-old ice sheets, Greenland might be one of the world’s last great wildernesses. This huge ice plane of a country is a pure delight, filled with surprises and variety. It is and Arctic Desert in the North, and a velvety forest in the South. Greenland is the country where you can witness the Aurora Borealis in winter months as well as the Midnight Sun of Summer. It is one of the few countries that allows you to completely disconnect from all modern day distractions and reconnect with Nature and your surroundings. Greenland tourism offers all kinds of adventurous activities such as; hiking, trekking, sledding, kayaking, and even snowmobiling! Where else in the world can you dogsled down a mountain, visit a historical museum, and sail between glaciers while witnessing a midnight Sun, all in the same day?

Greenland Tourism offers much more than just snow and ice

Visiting this country allows you to travel back to a simpler time, a time where people hunted and gathered for dinner. This country is fascinating in not only its culture but also its history. For example, did you know that apart from being esthetically pleasing the multicolored houses that checker the landscape have a purpose? The brightly colored houses have a meaning. Red meant the house was an average commercial location, hospitals were yellow, police stations were painted black, green meant the house belonged to a telephone company, and fish factories were blue. This practically mixed with cleverness is instinctive to the Greenlandic people.

Greenland tourism is growing because of the country’s special traits. Join us in discovering a place where lakes stretch for as far as the eye can see. Where rocky hills embroider the surroundings and yellow, red, and green vegetation appears like a tapestry over the landscape. Find wild animals that roam free, like musk oxen, reindeer, arctic foxes and hares. Nourish your body with fresh Arctic air. Excite your nose, ears and taste buds with new smells, sounds and flavors.

Wildthentic is home to some of the greatest expeditions

Many expedition are located in Greenland’s most popular town, Ilulissat. This vibrant town is filled with magic, beauty, and astounding sites. Ilulissat is a favorite amongst travelers. Known for its activities, food, and magnificent icebergs, Ilulissat is the perfect place to go sledding, kayaking, trekking, or snowmobiling!

Wildthentic is here to offer you the experience of a lifetime with professional natives of the area. There is no better way to adventure to a new place. Wildthentic is here to offer you an authentic Greenlandic experience filled with magic and excitement. Greenland will conquer even the most adventurous of spirits and make them fall in love. As the old travellers’ saying goes “when you’ve seen the world, there’s always Greenland.”

Greenland

Greenland Kayak Experience in ilulissat
Ilulissat , Greenland

Ilulissat Kayak Experience

Kangia Hike in Ilulissat, Greenland
Ilulissat , Greenland

Kangia Hike Tour

Snowshoe walk under the northern lights in ilulissat, Greenland
Ilulissat , Greenland

Northern Lights Snowshoe Tour

Snowmobile night ride in ilulissat, Greenland
Ilulissat , Greenland

Snowmobile night ride

Ilulissat , Greenland

Arctic Outdoor Adventure

Ilulissat , Greenland

Dogsledding Day

Snowshoe walk under the northern lights in ilulissat, Greenland
Ilulissat , Greenland

Dogsledding Night Tour

Ilulissat , Greenland

Oqaatsut Day