Greenland Northern Lights
Visit the most populated city in Denmark and the world’s largest island all in one trip with our combined Copenhagen / Greenland adventure. Steeped in history and originally a Viking fishing village, Copenhagen dates back to the 10th century. The capital of Denmark since the 15th century, it has thrived to be the vibrant city that it is today. Stunning architecture, botanical gardens, canal tours, an abundance of restaurants to suit all tastes and even floating hot tubs: one thing you can guarantee is that you won’t be short of something to do in Copenhagen.
Ilulissat (meaning icebergs) is Greenland’s third-largest city and is some 350km north of the Arctic Circle. Situated at the mouth of the almost 60km long ice fjord, Ilulissat is home to just over 4500 people. Dog sledding is an important mode of transport and with 3500 sled dogs you can see why. Its sprawling icebergs rise majestically from the sea, adding a peaceful backdrop to the dramatic landscape. Yet it also boasts an abundance of wildlife. Ilulissat is certainly worth adding to your bucket list.