Winter Greenland Tours
Winter in Greenland is very special. The best Greenland winter tours are from February to May when you can enjoy the winter sun reflected in the never-ending snow-covered landscape. Your winter Greenland holidays will be filled with the crisp air and the crackling snow under the impressive Greenlandic backcountry. Greenland winter is unforgettable for the northern lights dancing in the dark sky full of stars and the impressive views over the fjords from one of the remote mountain peaks.
Why you should visit Greenland in winter
Greenland is known as a rough remote place with long and cold winters, so is it even worth visiting Greenland in the winter? Well, here are a few things to do in Greenland in winter if you choose this adventure.
First of all, The Northern Lights. This spellbinding trick of nature will mesmerize you. Dog-sledding when on Greenland winter tours is a must as well as snowmobiling which gives great opportunities to explore the country. Glacier Hiking on the Icecap and down onto meltwater canyons is reserved for the brave ones.
No matter what you choose to do in Greenland in winter, you will have the pleasure of meeting a warm and welcoming local people and unforgettable nature.
This trip allows you to experience a few of the highlights Greenland has to offer in a relatively short time. Greenland autumn is a season characterized by peace after a brief and hectic summer, offers from beautiful sunny days, draping the mountains in shades of yellow-brown, and amazing arctic Northern Lights.
Group size - max. 12 people
The Arctic world is a beautiful and unforgettable experience. On this trip to Greenland, you enjoy three days on the edge of the inland ice in Kangerlussuaq and four days in the lovely town of Sisimiut, which promises a wealth of experiences.
Group size - max. 6-8 people
Ilulissat in West Greenland is an Arctic winter wonderland. Search for northern lights, sail between enormous icebergs, dress up in a polar suit fur and explore the wilderness by dog sledge.