Inuit Hunting Culture
Our Inuit hunting culture can be traced for centuries back to our ancestors. The Inuit folk utilized the umiak and the kayak to travel by sea, seeking better hunting grounds along the coast. An umiak is a women’s boat made of seal skins that are stitched together. In this vessel, the women row while the man steers. An umiak can also serve as […]
Icefishing in Greenland
When the temperature drops to below freezing and the water crystallises into a thick layer of ice, the fjords become a frozen expanse for snow adventures, dog sledding and ice fishing. The practice of ice fishing in Greenland is an age-old cultural tradition, and one that allowed the ancient Inuit to survive in the harshest of […]
Tips to your best travel in Greenland 2021
So Greenland’s on your bucket list for the new year – or perhaps even the year after – but when is the best time to visit Greenland and what are useful things to know before going? What are things to do in Greenland in winter as opposed to summer? In order to help you make […]
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Blue icebergs and a red desert – Uummannaq
UUMMANNAQGREENLANDEveryone’s asked me what’s the best thing to do in Greenland, the answer? Grab a boat and just explore. See icebergs of all sizes and shapes, stop by any island you want, say hi to the hunters. We found this unique place around 45 minutes journey from Uummannaq.Blue icebergs and a red desert – pretty […]
The first indian musher – Uummannaq
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Why should I visit Greenland?
Greenland is best known for being an important route for numerous arctic expeditions, and many people don’t know much about it beyond that. But there’s so much more to discover and learn about the world’s largest island and it’s 56,000 inhabitants who are regarded for their hospitality, kindness, cheerfulness, and warm heart. On this post, […]