Best Tourist Attraction Places

Top Tourist Attraction Places in Greenland

Greenland, also called Kalaallit Nunaat is the biggest island in the world and more than half the residents of Greenland are Inuit. It’s untouched, harsh yet attractive terrain is enclosed with snow and ice, consisting of magnificent glaciers, and deeply engraved fjords, offers the visitor a unique experience from summer cruises in the midnight sun, and whale watching to winter activities such as dog sledding and northern light viewing.

1. Narsarsuaq

Narsarsuaq is a little community with more or less 200 people mainly employed at the airport or the associated hotel. It is an independent capability with its own power station, harbor and workshops.

2. Midnight Hiking to Sermermiut

This is hiking tour is accomplished under the midnight sun and takes you to Sermermiut mountain which is situated more or less 1.5km south of Ilulissat. During your walk you will also visit an olden deserted Inuit village situated on the Ice Fjord.

3. Ilulissat

Ilulissat is the third biggest settlement in Greenland and situate about 200 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle. Illulisat also means "The Icebergs” and is Greenland's most well-liked tourist places. At its eastern end is the Jakobshavn Isbræ glacier which is the most productive glacier in the northern hemisphere.

4. Hotel Arctic

Hotel Arctic is situated the middle of the Arctic outside Ilulissat. It prides it self for its attractive places views and unique accommodation.

5. Disko Bay

Disko Bay is also called Qasigiannguit and is located south of Ilulissat Isfjord. It is a completely unspoilt district in a striking natural area and is known as the green heart of Disko Bay. The region is characterised by warm summers Disco Bay is ideal for hiking in the summer time, with gentle hills, tundra plains, green passes, blue fjords and mountain tops.

6. Narsaq

Narsaq also known as the “Green paradise of Greenland” is a true pearl of attractiveness in the otherwise extreme arctic nature of Greenland. The waters around the Narsaq peninsula are rich with seals, Salmon, Arctic Char and small whales.

7. Nuuk

Nuuk is the capital and biggest city of Greenland. It is located at the mouth of the Nuup Kangerlua inlet on the west coast of Greenland, about 240 km south of the Arctic Circle.

8. Boat-trip to the Ice Cap

This boat tour begins from Narsaq, which is situated in the southern part of Greenland. From this boat tour you will experience attractive waterfalls and glaciers.

9. Tasilaq

The town of Tasiilaq, also known by its former name of Ammassalik, lies just south of the Arctic Circle. It is located on a fjord which is sheltered from the open sea by a narrow mouth, and the first sight that welcomes arriving guests looking out of the helicopter window is of the many brightly-colored houses built along the mountainsides.

10. Bornholm

Bornholm is a Danish island in the Baltic Sea, situated to the east of Denmark, the south of Sweden, and the north of Poland. Its principal town is Rønne.