Greenland may be one of the last frontiers on the planet, however this enchanted island nation has beckoned fearless explorers throughout the ages. Situated between Europe, North America and the Arctic, it first fascinated pioneering Vikings for its icy fjords and glaciers, raw granite peaks, small Inuit settlements, and abundant wildlife. As climate change warms this once forbidding island, the land reveals new terrain to explore. Intrepid travelers will bask in Greenland’s rugged beauty—still largely undiscovered by modern tourists—for the ultimate insider experience. Supported by boat, you’ll meet locals in isolated fishing villages, camp beneath the Knud Rasmussen Glacier, climb Karale Fjord, tour the Ikatek WWII Open Air Museum, follow ancient hunter routes to Tasiilaq, and climb along the stunning flower-bedecked meadows of Mt. Somandsfjell. With rustic huts, expedition tents and well-appointed hotels, you’ll tap into your inner explorer as few get the chance to do. Including time before and after your trip to visit mystical Reykjavik, Iceland, you’ll find that there’s simply no better way to experience Greenland than with the original adventure travel company.