Greenland National Park

National Park in North Eastern Greenland is the world’s largest national park and is surrounded by 11,000 miles of coastline. Several species of arctic animals can be observed throughout the park, including polar bears, walruses, caribou, fox and more.

Arctic Wildlife

The Greenlandic name for musk ox is Umimmak, which means “the long-bearded one.” And they are plentiful in Greenland National Park, where they are protected from hunters. The musk ox is the largest land mammal in Greenland, weighing up to 400 kilos (880 lbs).

Rich and Storied History

History remains alive today in the traditions and legends of the people of Greenland, the descendants of the Thule culture. Explore the must-see historical sites in Greenland; archaeological sites, the Nuuk National Museum and historical sites where Vikings settled.

Hiking Tours

This trip takes place in early autumn, and the northern lights may light up the night sky for us. We can feel the winter approaching, and it is quite possible to see a sprinkle of fresh snow on the mountain tops. If you want the full wilderness experience, this trip gets you there!

Northern Lights Tour

Come to sing and play along with the Inuit as the mystic Northern Lights paint another work of art into the Arctic sky. From November to mid-March, chances are very high that you will be able to observe the spectacular Northern Lights dancing in the sky.

Dog Sledding Tours

Far beyond the Arctic Circle, you have time to explore Ilulissat with its icy surroundings. A heavy dose of Inuit culture seems guaranteed when joining our musher and his dogs on a short dog sled ride into the backlands of Ilulissat.

  • During Your Hike
    The beauty of a winter hike is truly indescribable. The snow-covered landscape is quiet and calm—it’s an experience, unlike any other. While you should allow yourself to get lost (figuratively, of course) in beauty, it’s vital to stay aware of both yourself and your surroundings.
  • Don’t Push It
    If for any reason you find yourself questioning whether you should go on—whether due to weather conditions, trail closures, or your own abilities—turn back. Worsening weather conditions could leave your safety in jeopardy or your path home obstructed.
  • Know the Signs of Frostbite
    Frostbite is caused by lack of blood, most commonly in your extremities. It is always possible to get the first-degree frostbite, known as “frostnip”. This occurs when the outer layer of your skin lacks blood. Though it typically won’t cause lasting damage, it can be extremely uncomfortable.
Tilly Vincent
Co-Founder of Greenland Fusion Travel Agency

We want you to witness the true Greenland with all its power and mightiness, going along with the best service and professional support. At Greenland Fusion you'll find great package tours to Greenland all year along. From short breaks to longer tours, guided tours, individual tours and expedition-like explorer tours.

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