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Greenland

Explore a frozen wilderness of glaciers and icebergs, home to polar bears, walruses, whales and myriad seabirds.

  • Our campsites are often on sandy beaches or grassy flats.

  • Arctic foxes roam free in Greenland National Park.

  • Weave your kayak through tidal channels, iceberg alleys and narrow fjords flanked by monolithic peak.

  • The landscape along Greenland’s remote and wild east coast is both beautiful and diverse.

  • An ice-clad realm of glaciers and icebergs, the birthplace of kayaking and rich in Inuit heritage, Greenland is entrancing.

Greenland's landscape in high summer is glorious: Arctic wildflowers burst into color in verdant meadows. Lowbush blueberries invite picking. Icebergs glitter in the Midnight Sun.

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Kayaking Greenland's Arctic Riviera
Join the select few to paddle Sermilik Fjord—one of the largest in Greenland. Enjoy authentic cultural encounters with local Inuit and weave your kayak through tidal channels, iceberg alleys and narrow fjords. Itinerary highlights include Ikateq, Sermilik and the Tasiilaq Fjord Complex.
16-day tours from $4,995

Greenland

Natural Habitat's Base Camp Greenland
Join the select few to stay at our new ecolodge on Sermilik Fjord, an awesome realm of pristine marine wilderness where you'll paddle and hike along the edge of the Greenland Ice Sheet.
9-day tour from $8,995

Baffin

Greenland & the Canadian Arctic
Discover stunning icescapes and native cultures along Baffin Bay and beyond.
11 to 25-day tours from $5,495

fulmar

Spitsbergen, Iceland & the European Arctic
Experience the rugged, icebound beauty of the Scandinavian far north.
11-day tour from $4,195



Articles

Kayaking Greenland: A Moment From the Past
A Shifting Landscape: Images of Greenland’s Ice
Tagging Greenland sharks, the “Jaws of the North”
Ten Interesting Facts about Glaciers

WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures
Call (888) 993 – 8687 to book your spot on this tour. Questions? Email us at travel@wwfus.org.

WWF in the Arctic
WWF works intently on one of the biggest threats to the area: climate change. Read more here

 

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