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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Things that you can do in greenland!

  1. Greenland, a massive island and autonomous Danish territory between the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans, is about 80% covered in ice. Most of its small population lives along the ice-free, fjord-lined coast, particularly in the southwest. Its northerly position, largely above the Arctic Circle, results in natural phenomena such as summer’s midnight sun and winter’s Northern Lights.
  2. From : Wiki


greendland tours

       South Greenland has an incredible system of hiking trails that link towns and villages to each other and link you to Greenland’s Viking history. Ruins of Nordic farms and churches pepper the entire region and greet you as you traverse South Greenland’s lush green hills.
The Arctic Circle Region is a fine place for trekking with one of the best marked hiking trails leading from the Greenland Ice Sheet all the way to the west coast. In less than two weeks you can traverse every lake and landform in the region!
The Ilulissat Icefjord in North Greenland is a spectacular site to experience on foot. Hike along the edge of the Icefjord or set up camp next to one of the nearby glaciers. We promise that the sight and symphony of icebergs will be imprinted on your mind for years to come.
For a completely different view, go hiking in East Greenland where the mountains are taller and the landscape is more dramatic than much of the west coast. Near Tasiilaq, reach the tops of the mountains just behind town or take the scenic route through the Valley of Flowers.

From : Greenland

     Northen Light

Greenland tours

What are the northern lights really? Northern lights are electrically charged particles from the sun, which hits our atmosphere, and creates a natural phenomenon of light with altering colors, revealing how far above our planet the particles are, when they hit the atmosphere.
But is this scientific explanation of the Aurora Borealis really the reason why we, time after time, stop in our tracks when the northern lights flash across the night sky? Or are we reminded of something greater than ourselves, something almost magical that will even entice Greenlanders, who are thoroughly accustomed to seeing the northern lights, to look up at the night sky.

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    Trophy Hunting in West GreenLand

Greenland tours

Trophy hunting in West Greenland is for the most part concentrated around the area of Kangerlussuaq. Here you almost land right on top of your prey at the small international airport which provides access to the area and the hinterland around the town.
In Kangerlussuaq during the winter hunting season, you have an opportunity to travel by dog sled and experience traditional hunting as it is still practiced by hunters from both Kangerlussuaq and Sisimiut. Trophy hunting by dog sled combines the feel of the winter landscape, the closeness of the dog team and their handler in a way you won’t find in any other place in the world.
During the summer months and the fall transportation to the hunting grounds is usually done by taking a boat up the fiord and up one of the rivers. But you may also be flown by helicopter straight to your guide’s hunting grounds.
During both seasons the main focus is on the large game such as reindeer and musk oxen, but smaller game may also be included in a hunting trip as you will have an opportunity to hunt hare, fox and ptarmigan in the area as well.
Besides the trophy hunting in Kangerlussuaq, there are great opportunities for hunting reindeer and smaller game deep into the Nuuk fiord system. The fiord is known as an area with a large number of reindeer and is an area favoured by subsistence hunters as well as recreational hunters.

there are many things that you can do in greenland so go for it and you will see nature in different at greenland.

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