Next: you’re heading off to Greenland soon. It’s like stepping into another world, which isn’t easy to get your head round at first! Don’t panic though, Evaneos.com has created a practical traveller’s guide especially for you! It contains all of the practical and cultural informa...Next: you’re heading off to Greenland soon. It’s like stepping into another world, which isn’t easy to get your head round at first! Don’t panic though, Evaneos.com has created a practical traveller’s guide especially for you! It contains all of the practical and cultural information that you’ll need to better understand this exceptional country. In terms of travelling around Greenland, did you know that there aren’t any roads there? Instead, you’ll have to go by plane, boat or helicopter! In terms of food, like many Nordic countries, Greenland is expensive. You’ll quickly learn that buying your food in a supermarket is a much better option than going to a restaurant. We do have some good news for you though! Greenland is under the same rule as Denmark, and so the requirements for visiting are no different to those for travelling to the European Union: all you need is your passport! You’ll find all the information you need inside Evaneos-Travel.com’s guide book.Continue reading
Getting to know southern Greenland means going beyond the Arctic frontier: a world which until now has been the home of the Inuit people, and which...
Travelling to Greenland: final tips and advice
These tours of Greenland have made you want to go to the far north. In fact, you’ve virtually put on your fleece already! How can you resist the pull of eastern Greenland’s ski slopes? The vast mountain range, 2500 kilometres long, offers a wide variety of ski slopes that are just waiting to be discovered. Exceptional runs, perfect snow cover and hiking in the middle of ice caps: all of this awaits you, you just need to get your skis on! For the daredevils out there, why not venture to the north of the country, which has yet to be transformed by tourism. Head for Tiniteqilaaq, which has just 130 inhabitants. In contrast with Islandis, this little village looks as though it were from another world. The thick ice sheet, measuring a staggering 2.85 million cubic kilometres, creates a landscape that cannot be seen anywhere else. The canals, little rivers carved into the ice, provide a stunningly beautiful spectacle. Their clear water, which sparkles in the sunlight, will almost make you want to dive in. However, make no mistake, the strong currents and the freezing cold water make them extremely dangerous. If you have any other wants or needs, don’t hesitate to add in extras. Your tailor-made tour of Greenland is about to be created!
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