Greenland

Greenland Travel Guide

Articles about Greenland

By Lindsey Olander
Greenland, the world’s largest island, is 80 percent ice—a challenging, elemental land where the largest city houses less than 17,000 people and transportation between settlements is mostly by sea, thanks to vast ice sheets that prevent any sort o...
By Lindsey Olander
Greenland, the world’s largest island, is 80 percent ice—a challenging, elemental land where the largest city houses less than 17,000 people and transportation between settlements is mostly by sea, thanks to vast ice sheets that prevent any sort o...
By Debbie Pappyn

More food is growing in Greenland than ever before—an unexpected consequence of climate change. And now, with so many new ingredients to work with, chefs on the island are forging the world’s freshest, most unlikely cuisine.

By Lindsey Olander

Pulsating urban hubs have their place, but sometimes what you really need is to run far, far away from modern life. That’s where these new remote retreats come in.

By Caroline Hallemann

Find out where to witness the aurora borealis, with reindeer sleigh rides, ice hotels, and hot springs included.

By Jeryl Brunner
For most of us, running out of toothpaste is easily remedied by a quick trip to the local drugstore. For Kirsten and Carl Dixon, owners of the Winterlake Lodge on mile 198 along the Iditarod Trail in South Central Alaska, it involves calling an ai...

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Things to do in Greenland

Special Booking: Jensen creates itineraries such as tours of Greenland’s northernmost reaches above the Arctic Circle by private helicopter and dogsled, or cruises up the Ilulissat ice fjords in expedition-caliber ships. Years as agent: 19.