The Eqi Glacier in Greenland  
Colourful houses in Kulusuk, Greenland  
Typical architecture in Nuuk, capital of Greenland  

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Shane Hosiene From Ilulissat, travel by boat to the edge of the spectacular Eqi glacier and if you are fortunate you may see and hear the immense crashing sound as icebergs are calved from the glacier. It is a surreal sight to sit basking in the Arctic sun, sipping an ice-cold Greenlandic beer watching icebergs glide past houses, along the fjords and out to sea.
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Greenland Holidays

Straddling the Arctic Circle, Greenland is the world's largest non-continental island and one of the most starkly beautiful. With its rugged coastal areas teeming with wildlife, magnificent glaciers and an undulating icy expanse as far as the eye can see, holidays to Greenland offer something truly unique.

This huge island is the homeland of the largest Inuit population in the world. With their fantastic ability to adapt to the severe climatic conditions and wild nature, they have survived where others found it impossible to live, mainly by fishing with a highly developed hunting technique of throwing weapons from kayaks. Towns and settlements are linked by sea or air only.

Greenland holidays offer different experiences depending on when you travel. Greenland summer holidays run from June until the end of August, with flights from Iceland. Winter schedules run from November to March with flights via Copenhagen. See our winter and summer Greenland holidays below. 

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Did You Know...

Greenland's inland area is 85% covered with ice, yet the coastal strip is ice free. The country is 13 times the size of the British Isles. The Arctic flora that grows profusely on the coastal strip is reputed to be the best in the whole of the Arctic region. 

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Travellers considering a holiday to Greenland should know that the weather dictates everything! Travel delays can sometimes occur for several days, but of course we will endeavour (with the help of our local partners, who are experienced with Greenland's weather disruptions) to assist our clients wherever possible. We recommend when booking a holiday to Greenland, you should take out adequate travel insurance that will cover you in the event of any disruption to your itinerary.

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