Why you should visit Greenland in 2017
Original post: Another World Adventures
Greenland might have the lowest population density in the world but for the intrepid visitor Greenland offers an incredible range of remarkable experiences for those prepared to wrap up and make a visit. Here are some reasons to visit Greenland in 2017.
Few experiences beat the glimmer of sunlight on great glaciers or sheer delight of watching whales breaching alongside a sail boat. With the chance to dogsled the wild tundra or feel surrounded by the mysterious glow of the Northern Lights there’s an adventure for everyone.
This year Greenland will host the Arctic Winter Games which is the biggest event of it’s kind and in part why Lonely Planet rated it in the Top 10 Destinations to visit in 2016.
Both Another World Adventure’s founders have explored the Arctic Circle on Greenland’s west coast and can share their experiences with you to help with your planning so get in touch if you’re thinking about a trip!
If you would like to visit Greenland in 2017 and explore this wild Arctic wonderland then check out these unusual small group adventure trips to Greenland in 2017. They make the most of the East and West coast, exploring by sail boat, hikes, kayak, dog sled and show-shoes to give you the most authentic and exciting experience of Greenland at it’s very best.
Amazing Greenland Adventures: Visit Greenland in 2017
See the mighty Greenlandic ice sheet, sail past blue-tinged icebergs and visit small Inuit settlements on this South Greenland Adventure.
Join a traditionally-rigged tall ship on her first ever journey to Greenland to explore the region’s most majestic scenery
Sail East Greenland’s remote fjords, join this small group to explore by kayak and foot on this wonderful adventure to this wilderness few ever get to visit.
Explore East Greenland by expedition sailboat, kayak and foot on this wonderful Arctic adventure full of breathtaking beauty and striking scenery.
Explore Ammassalik Island with native mushers and their dogs on a dog sledding expedition in East Greenland.
An 8 day dog sledding adventure through snowy and wild landscapes.
A small group camping adventure to kayak and hike the isolated and remote Ammaasalik Fjord between polar sea ice and the Greenlandic Icecap.