Greenland can truly be said to be a different world. It is the largest non-continental island on earth with the population less than 60,000. Fantastic shapes of icebergs and glaciers floating on azure sea are the most famous images of Greenland.
Most visitors to the Scandinavian countries of Denmark, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden try to flock during warm summer months. It's a pleasant time to explore the strikingly beautiful cities such as Stockholm or Copenhagen during long hours of daylight with a barely setting sun, enjoy boat trips around archipelagos of thousands of islands or cruise through and hike around Norwegian fjords.
Scandinavia is a region of breathtaking waterways, beautiful mountain peaks and colorful towns decorating the most picturesque landscapes. This “Land of the Vikings” offers undisturbed ecosystems, extensive forests, awesome archipelagos waiting to be discovered again and again.
Iceland geologically is a very young country, still being shaped by the forces of nature - earth, air, fire, and water. Active volcanoes, glaciers, fjords, black volcanic sand beaches, roaring rivers, and flowering valleys form the Icelandic landscape and surprisingly remain virtually untouched by human civilization. These rugged and "unearthly" landscapes are ideally suited for an active holiday and cannot fail adventurous travelers.