Expedition to Greenland – listen to the sound of moving icebergs

Expedition to Greenland

In the summer we set sail towards the northeast coast of Greenland, the world’s largest island with the largest fjord system in the world. We make the most of the 24-hour daylight and the midnight sun, and along the way we disembark and explore the area, do mountain hikes and make bonfires.  

Almost everyone in Greenland lives along the coast and fjords in the west, spread out between 18 towns and around 60 villages. Only a little over 3000 people live along the extended, several thousand kilometres long east coast. And that’s exactly where we’re going! In fact, fewer people have been to the East Coast of Greenland than to Antarctica!

Fridtjof Nansen made new and seasoned adventurers

Fridtjof Nansen was the first to cross the inland ice of Greenland, marking a major breakthrough for Nansen as both a polar explorer and a celebrity. We are adventurers too! We sail across open stretches of sea, into the enormous fjord systems with drifting icebergs and glaciers. Remember to keep an eye out for the king of the Arctic, the polar bear, as he will be around the glaciers and mountains, hunting seals.

Welcome on board for an exclusive journey to places and areas that few others get to experience!

News! Greenland Summer 2025

In 2025 we set sail for new adventures and expeditions to Greenland, all summer long! This is a dream we’ve had for a long time and finally the time is here! We know there are a lot of adventures out there, waiting to explore the wonders of Greenland with us! We will spend the whole summer there, and have made 6 unique sailing trips.

A real expedition – a super rare chance to fully participate in a wonderful adventure. This gave us the opportunity to explore places we had only dreamt of being able to get to, and that not many if any get to experience. An absolute treat that we will always remember. Thank you!

Peter G, Greenland 2022

FAQ Greenland

How is Greenland governed?

Greenland is part of the Kingdom of Denmark, but has a high degree of self-government, which was last extended in 2009. Self-government does not include matters of national politics, such as foreign and security policy.

What is the climate like in Greenland?

Greenland is located in the polar climate zone, where temperatures in winter can drop as low as -50°C. Greenland does not get the Gulf Stream effect, so during the summer, temperatures rarely rise above 15°C. However, due to Greenland’s size, temperatures can vary significantly from region to region.

5 facts about Greenland

  • The population is 56,421 people (as of June 2021). The indigenous people, the Inuit, make up a clear majority on the island. During the trip, you’ll learn more about the Inuit culture and may even have the opportunity to get to know some locals better.
  • The official language in Greenland is Greenlandic, which most of the people speaks. Many also understand Danish, and some consider themselves bilingual, with Danish as a second language.
  • The capital of Greenland is Nuuk (Godthåb).
  • Greenland is the world’s largest island and is located on the North American continent. Geopolitically, the island is part of Europe.
  • As much as 80% of Greenland is covered by ice

Highlights of our Greenland trips

  • We stop at a small settlement that rarely gets visitors – a big event both for us and the locals.
  • In Greenland, there are almost no roads between the settlements, and all transportation occurs by boats and ships in the summer or by small planes and helicopters in the winter. The fact that we can move around by boat and get so close to nature is truly special!
  • Majestic icebergs rising in the fjord arms, where you can listen to the sounds of ice moving.
  • Wildlife we frequently encounter is the musk ox, whales, polar bears, arctic foxes, and walruses. Remember to keep a lookout!

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