Home to a little over 50,000 people and Earth’s second-largest ice sheet, Greenland is also the largest island on our planet.
There are no roads connecting the island’s main towns, and Greenland’s population relies on fishing, sealing, and whaling to survive.
We will explore Greenland’s history from early settlements to the Viking exploration and to how it finally became an independent territory of Denmark.
Be ready to journey through amazing landscapes of fjords and glaciers and learn about the polar bears, whales and seals that inhabit the largest National Park in the world: North-East Greenland.
Our live guide will be using photos, art (and perhaps other media) during the tour. He will cover the history and modern significance.)