Much of Greenland's interior is made of the second-oldest ice sheet in the world, the oldest being that of Antarctica. Polar explorers have felt the pull of Greenland's allure for more than a hundred years. The same allure is still present today. With the utmost respect for the untouched wilderness and sparse arctic wildlife, we bring visitors to this remote and magnificent corner of the world.
Exploring Greenland by sea is a rewarding and fulfilling way of discovering this vast land. As most of the country is covered in ice, only the coastal regions are inhabited. Indeed, most of Greenland's towns are situated on the west coast. Find out more about the different regions below.