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Greenland has been inhabited off and on for at least the last 4,500 years by Arctic peoples whose forebears migrated there from what is now Canada.[12][13] Norsemen settled the uninhabited southern part of Greenland beginning in the 10th century, and Inuit peoples arrived in the 13th century. The Norse colonies disappeared in the late 15th century. In the early 18th century, Scandinavia and Greenland came back into contact with each other, and Denmark-Norway affirmed sovereignty over the island.

Capital:  Nuuk

Language:  Greenlandic (Kalaallisut), Danish

Dialing code: +299

Currency:  DKK

Population: 57000

      Tourist Attractions

1.Ilulissat Ice-fjord

Ilulissat Ice-fjord 

Justifiably Greenland’s most visited area and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004, this amazing berg-strewn section of coast in Disko Bay is where huge glaciers ‘calve’, an expression meaning that icebergs break off from the glaciers and float out into the coastal waters. This is a perfect place, if you’re lucky enough to get the timing right, to witness this awe-inspiring natural spectacle, which can be watched from land. The immense glacier Sermeq Kujalleq, more than five kilometers wide and one kilometer thick, feeds into the bay. Be prepared for stunning vistas and nature at its most majestic.

2.  Whale Watching


Top on many visitors’ Greenland wish list is to experience an up-close encounter with whales. Most of the fjords melt by May, so June and July are usually the best months for cruising among icebergs and whale watching along the breathtaking coastline. Tours usually depart from towns such as Qeqertarsuaq, Nuuk, and Aasiaat and are offered by operators like Disko Line andGreenland Adventures. Typical encounters are with humpback, minke, and fin whales, but occasionally also blue whales, killer whales, narwhals, beluga whales, sperm whales, and pilot whales. Patience is required but richly rewarded.3. The Northern Lights – Aurora Borealis.

3.  The Northern Lights – Aurora Borealis

The Northern Lights - Aurora Borealis

The Northern Lights are often referred to as the ‘the biggest light show on earth,’ and               during your visit to Greenland, if at all possible, you shouldn’t miss this incredible natural spectacle. If planning to visit for the sole purpose of seeing the Aurora Borealis, then make sure to travel in winter. There’s a good chance of seeing the Northern Lights anytime between November and March, although December through February are the best months because the nights are clearer. The Northern Lights are visible across Greenland. Qaqortoq (south), Ittoqqortoormiit (east), and Kangerlussuaq (west) provide the best vie.

4.  Nuuk


Nuuk, the capital and administrative center of Greenland, has a population of around 16,000 and is popular with visitors. The Greenland National Museum is of particular interest and contains a collection of hunting equipment, kayaks, carvings, and Viking finds as well as hosting regular exhibitions of geology and the arts. The 500-year-old mummies of women and children (discovered in 1978) are so well preserved some of the facial tattoos and various colors of the clothing material are still recognizable. Nuuk is the departure point for tours of the Godthåb Fjord, one of Greenland’s most beautiful regions, and the atmospheric buildings of the old colonial harbor are well worth seeing.

5.  Tasiilaq


Although it has just 2,000 inhabitants, Tasiilaq is the largest town in East Greenland. It lies on the island of Ammassalik, about 100 kilometers south of the Arctic Circle. Set amidst breathtaking scenery on a fjord surrounded by soaring mountains and bisected by a small river, Tasiilaq should be high up on any visitor’s agenda. The Flower Valley behind the town is a popular place for short or long hikes. Popular winter activities are skiing trips and dog-sled tours. In summer, activities include hiking, climbing, helicopter rides over the ice sheet and glaciers, sea kayaking between icebergs on the fjord, whale watching, and fishing. As Tasiilaq remains one of the most isolated settlements on earth expect an experience like no other.





Name Address Phone
Hotel Arctic Mittarfimmut Aqq. B-1128, Ilulissat 3952 +299 94 41 53
Hotel Hvide Falk Napparsimaviup Aqq. 18, Ilulissat 3952, +299 94 33 43
Hotel Hans Egede Aqqusinersuaq, Nuuk 3900 +299 32 42 22
Hotel Hvide Falk Napparsimaviup Aqq. 18, Ilulissat 3952, +299 94 33 43
Hotel Kulusuk B-1500, 3915 KULUSUK +299 98 69 93