The world’s largest non-continental island, Greenland is an autonomous Danish territory situated between the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans. Spectacular fjords, majestic mountains, immense glaciers, magical northern lights, midnight sun, and magnificent whale watching makes visiting this island an extraordinary experience. A unique blend of Inuit and Viking cultures, Greenland is a country with a rich and enchanting history that spans back several centuries. The ruggedly natural and beautiful coastline along Greenland is where you will find most of its small population in photogenic little villages with colourfully painted wooden cottages and an appealing sprinkling of emerald-lawned sheep farms. Greenland can offer travellers a unique, exciting experience away from the hustle and bustle of city life.