Reasons to Cruise to Greenland
With 27,000 miles of coastline, and fewer than 60,000 residents, Greenland is truly one of the most remote and pristine places on the planet. From immense glaciers and deep fjords to glittering icebergs and iconic wildlife, our expedition ships bring you on an adventure to the world’s largest island.
Greenland’s rugged west coast features colourful towns and is riven by deep fjords and glaciers all the way up to Disko Bay where uninhabited islands stud the blue Arctic waters. The east coast is practically uninhabited and boasts the largest national park in the world, as well as its most extensive system of fjords.