Where immense glaciers give birth to massive icebergs
Greenland is known as the the world’s largest island as well as the northernmost area of the world. With nearly 80% of its landmass covered by a gigantic ice sheet, it is no wonder Greenland is also famous as the place where massive icebergs are born.
From rugged, mountainous landscapes with immense glaciers and colossal ice formations to uninhabited coastal fjords, Greenland is home to some of the most majestic wilderness and scenery on the planet. There’s nothing like it anywhere else you can go.
Moreover, Greenland is home to an impressive array of wildlife. The waters around Greenland are home to no less than fifteen whale species. The Narwhal, with its single unicorn tusk, is one of them. Furthermore, Polar Bears can be found depending on where we sail, and another iconic species to encounter in this remarkable part of the Arctic is the musk ox.
Predominantly inhabited by Greenlandic Inuit, the island’s culture is deeply rooted in indigenous traditions, subsistence hunting, and a unique way of life tied to the Arctic environment. As we travel along its coastline, we can encounter remote indigenous settlements and connect with their way of life.
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