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Travel to Greenland and Faroe Islands

Wouldn't you think Greenland is known for its green pastures? But most of the land is covered in ice and this island forms a spectacular setting for the winter's Northern Lights and the summer midnight sun. It has unspoilt wilderness, snowy mountains and glaciers and fjords. Greenland brings out the adventurer in everyone, here you can go sea kayaking, rock climbing and salmon fishing. The Faroe Islands are truly spectacular as well. High cliffs, thousands of sea birds, some of the world's oldest inhabited log houses, beautiful nature and a great place to travel to. The islands which are part of Denmark, can be explored by sea or land.

Further down the page: Read about our company * Travel facts Greenland. There is also a map of our country and our latest Greenland and Faroe islands travel news.

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Travel Highlights Faroe Islands

There's only one way to fully experience the un-tamed nature of the Faroe Islands - and that's from the water. What better way to do it than on-board Norðlysið, a beautiful two masted schooner? A trip on the North Atlantic Ocean is always an adventure with a surprise from nature around every point - puffins skimming the waves, seals basking on cliffs, a school of whales or rare seabirds following the ship... We cannot guarantee what you will see in advance, but we can guarantee the experience of a lifetime.

Here is something for all senses. The sound of the sea birds, the weather-beaten formations and the sky touching the peaks of the cliffs. The boat slides into the grotto and day vanishes for a moment. Darkness and the sound of dripping water and then suddenly back out again, on the other side. An indescribable adventure to be experienced.

This trip will take you to the island Hestur where you find the magic Klæmints cave that sets the scene for our world-famous cave concerts. Experience for yourself the trip that is a compulsory part of the most honorary guests and head of states program, when they visit the islands.

Catch plaice, halibut, flounder, haddock and catfish. In addition to the fishing trip, you will experience the beautiful scenery, bird lift, seals and much more.

The most beautiful half- and full marathon. The route starts in front of SMS, the first 5 kilometers in Tórshavn and then the road towards Kaldbak to end again at SMS.

A drive through Streymoy and Eysturoy to Leirvík and from there through the sub-sea tunnel to Klaksvík. Along the drive you will experience wonderful views to the islands Fugloy, Svínoy, Borðoy and Kunoy. Along the route you will see the ancient Viking settlements at Leirvík and King Christian's church in Klaksvík.

Travel Highlights Greenland

Today’s dog sledding is a mix of everyday transportation and expedition travel experience. The dog sled drivers are always locals with a distinct understanding of their natural environment and a deep connection with their dogs.

Northern lights are part of Greenland’s identity. Northern lights bring a sense of connection with forces much greater than humans when it covers entire towns under swirls of red, green, magenta and blue. The northern lights are best experienced between September and April, and especially deeper into the winter when the nights are longer.

The fact that 85% of Greenland is covered by an ice cap has a profound impact on climate, culture, everyday lives, and travel experiences throughout the country. Take the world famous Ilulissat Icefjord as a core example of the importance of the ice. Icebergs are pushed right from the Greenland Ice Sheet into the waters of the Disko Bay, providing rich fishing grounds to sustain local communities and giving visitors unique access to a truly phenomenal natural environment. Or consider how sea ice creates winter highways for dog sleds, snowfall creates water reservoirs, meltwater lakes act as power resources, and glaciers carve out the mountain ranges you hike through or fly over.

The people are at the core of your experience in Greenland. You will meet them through cultural experiences and in everyday life in towns and villages. They are your local back country guides and boat skippers, hunters and dog sled drivers. Everywhere you go, the uniqueness of Greenland comes out through your meetings with the locals.

Whether it is by helicopter or fixed-wing aircraft, it is the ideal way to explore the largest island in the world.

Whale watching is possible pretty much everywhere in Greenland. The boats will take you out to the areas where the whales are usually spotted.