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Ice Diving; Greenland

Diving in the frigid waters of Greenland? It’s something few have done.

With the exception of some extreme divers, this has been relegated to National Geographic and scientists. But don’t let that discourage you.

Greenland’s Arctic waters are open to you, too, and there are dive guides who are willing to take you to the extreme.Continue

Trek Through Ice Caps; Kangerlussuaq, Greenland

For three months each year, Greenland’s inhospitable climate becomes downright inviting, opening up a perfect window of opportunity to witness the ice cap in all its grandeur.

And man, it  is something else.

Take a look here: Continue

How To Helicopter Greenland’s Skies…

Greenland has no roads, at least not between villages. There are no railroads either.

If you want to get around, you have to choose between air and sea. While sea passages are incredible (dodging icebergs the size of small islands while following humpback whales), they are also limiting.

Traveling via helicopter in Greenland, however, can freely take you over land and sea, unearthing the staggering beauty of one of the world’s most inhospitable and breathtakingly beautiful places.Continue