North Greenland is the land of the midnight sun and dogsleds. A cornucopia of arctic experiences with giant icebergs, some of the World's fastest glaciers and Ilulissat Ice Fjord, honoured with a place on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites.
The sun is in the sky for all hours of the day throughout the summer, and the sea and fjords invite you for some fantastic sailing with plenty of seals and whales to see. In the winter, dogsleds whizz over hedge and ditch through the white landscape. The dogsled is still an important means of transport, especially in the far north when hunters go out on the ice and fish for halibut in the sea's lush larder.