Icebergs in the midnight sun in Discobay in Greenland
The most productive glacier in the northern hemisphere, Sermeq Kujalleq, is overwhelming in size and productivity as it produces up to 86 million tons of ice a day. Overwhelming is also the rugged beauty with which the many thousands of icebergs that sail out into Disko Bay welcomes you to the wonderful world of the Arctic.
Ilulissat is located 290 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle and is the destination for this trip from Iceland. With its 4,600 inhabitants and 3,300 sled dogs it is a thriving and vibrant town where old and new meet in perfect harmony. Here you will experience the Greenlandic culture, and, of course, nature is located right on your doorstep ready to be both admired and explored.
In Ilulissat, you are in the safe hands of our tourist office "World of Greenland" who will send a guide to your hotel and welcome you upon arrival. World of Greenland has a wide variety of excursions for sale and these can be ordered either before departure or after arrival in Ilulissat.
"The guide assigned to this tour was excellent and maximised my enjoyment by making brilliant recommendations. The trips were absolutely mind blowing and the quality and professionalism of all the staff was most impressive. The hotel was perfect and the food served there outstanding. The travel arrangements were exactly as stated and very much to schedule, everything just dove-tailed into place. Thank you for a memorable experience! "Howard Cartz, participant at "Icebergs in the Midnight Sun"