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Why Visit Greenland?

Greenland, an autonomous territory of Denmark, is the world’s largest island and lies in the Arctic region of North America. Its stunning, icy landscapes include vast glaciers, rugged fjords, and towering icebergs. The capital city, Nuuk, offers a glimpse into Greenland’s unique blend of Inuit and Danish cultures.

Greenland’s natural beauty is exemplified by its massive ice sheet that covers about 80% of the island and its polar wildlife, including polar bears, seals, and whales. The indigenous Inuit population has a rich cultural heritage and a deep connection to the land and sea.