Greenland is often thought of as a desolate and remote ice sheet stranded in the North Atlantic, only accessible to the hardiest of explorers, but between late June and early September, flights are regular, temperatures can get surprisingly warm and this ancient land bursts almost unfathomably in to life.
- the remarkable multi coloured landscape of the south with its bright blooms of wild flowers, alongside a bounty of juicy berries
- a spectacular background of sparkling white icebergs
- explore the unique and rugged scenery on foot
- get a glimpse into the lives of native Greenlanders in some of the world's most isolated communities
Travelling via Reykjavik in Iceland, spend time in South Greenland’s primary international gateway, Narsarsuaq as well as Qaqortoq, the regions biggest town.