Take a tour to Greenland from Reykjavík, Iceland
The largest island in the world, Greenland is dominated by a massive icecap, and has about it an unrivalled rugged splendour that leaves the visitor spellbound.

Greenland is home to a hardy Inuit population of 56,000, spread sparsely along the east and west coasts. These charming and hospitable people continue to live a traditional life of fishing and sealing in what is one of the world’s harshest but most beautiful environments.

The beauty of the country’s natural wilderness, combined with the Inuit cultural experience, may very well mean that your visit to Greeland will rank as one of your most cherished memories.

Pioneering People
One of the 'Big Arctic Five' attractions of Greenland is the people itself. The mix between modern and traditional culture. The mix between Inuit and Nordic descendants and other pioneering people from rest of the world.

The music track is the newest single 'Inuinnaagavit' by the popular Greenlandic band Nanook. See video here

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