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Greenland Tours & Cruises

Step over the Arctic Circle and explore the magnificent wilderness, fjords and colourful villages of Greenland on a guided tour or small ship cruise. Meet local Inuit communities, witness scenery brimming with giant icebergs and perhaps watch the Northern Lights dance across the sky. Let the flora and fauna of this spectacular region blow you away on one of 43 Greenland tours and cruises.

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10 Days Kangerlussuaq to Narsarsuaq

Operator: Silversea

From 17,100

8 Days Kangerlussuaq to Kangerlussuaq

Operator: Silversea

From 13,680

10 Days Narsarsuaq to Kangerlussuaq

Operator: Silversea

From 17,100

12 Days Reykjavik to Kangerlussuaq

Operator: Silversea

From 19,710

Discover Popular experiences and highlights of Greenland

Spectacular Scoresby Sund

Spectacular Scoresby Sund

Explore the largest fjord system in the world where the icy peaks, calving glaciers, deep ink blue waters, and raw natural beauty are spellbinding.

Arctic Wildlife Encounters

Arctic Wildlife Encounters

Enjoy Arctic wildlife encounters by land or sea, with polar bears, musk oxen, seals, Arctic foxes, and humpback whales all calling this wilderness home.

Kayaking Adventures

Kayaking Adventures

Kayaking is synonymous with Greenland and can be traced back over 4,000 years to the Inuit. Enjoy traditional demonstrations or take to the water.

Meet the Locals of Ittoqqortoormiit

Meet the Locals of Ittoqqortoormiit

Visit one of the most remote settlements on the planet nestled between the world’s largest national park and grandest fjord system. Gain an insight into the lifestyle of this secluded community from dogsledding to hunting and fishing.

The Icy Wilderness of Ilulissat Icefjord

The Icy Wilderness of Ilulissat Icefjord

Located on Greenland's West Coast, this icy wonderland is where the Sermeq Kujalleq glacier meets the sea. Admire the landscape strewn with icebergs and watch in awe as one of the world's most active glaciers calves into the water.

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