When to go to Greenland - winter or summer
There is a great difference between winter and summer in Greenland. Both seasons are very charming and offer great and unforgettable experiences.
When to go, depends on what you want to experience and how you prefer to travel. The days are long, bright and warm in summer and short and intense in winter. Summer in Greenland is from late May to early September and winter in Greenland is from February to April (less snow in November).
Dogsledding and Northern Lights can only be experienced during winter - although it is possible to go dogsledding in summer at the Lyngmark Glacier on Disco Island.
Midnight Sun and hiking are possible during summer.