Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Greenland

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Greenland according to ETIC Hotels


Non-smoking rooms,Airport shuttle (free),Free parking,Free WiFi,Family rooms
ETIC carbon rating
ETIC Silver rating

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Hotel Arctic

Non-smoking rooms,Airport shuttle (free),Free parking,Free WiFi,Fitness centre,Room service,Facilities for disabled guests,Family rooms,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar
ETIC carbon rating
ETIC Bronze rating

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  • Official Name:Greenland

  • Capital:Nuuk

  • Population:56,770

  • Area:2,166,086 km²

  • Major Languages:Greenlandic, Danish

  • Major Religions:Christianity

  • Life expectancy:-

  • Currency:Danish Krone

10 Things To Do In Greenland

  • 1. Cruise Among Icebergs in Ilulissat

    Take a boat tour to witness the stunning icebergs in the Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

  • 2. Hike to Nuuk`s Quassussuaq Mountain

    Enjoy panoramic views of Nuuk and the surrounding landscapes by hiking up Quassussuaq Mountain.

  • 3. Explore Ilulissat`s Sermermiut Valley

    Discover ancient Inuit ruins and learn about Greenland`s history in the picturesque Sermermiut Valley.

  • 4. Experience Dog Sledding

    Join a dog sledding adventure to experience traditional Greenlandic transportation and culture.

  • 5. Visit Nuuk`s National Museum

    Learn about Greenland`s history, culture, and art through exhibits and artifacts at the National Museum.

  • 6. Go Whale Watching

    Embark on a whale watching tour to observe humpback whales, orcas, and other marine life.

  • 7. Discover Tasiilaq and Ammassalik Island

    Explore the charming town of Tasiilaq and its surroundings, offering stunning landscapes and culture.

  • 8. Witness the Northern Lights

    Experience the captivating Northern Lights, a natural phenomenon visible during the dark winter months.

  • 9. Taste Greenlandic Cuisine

    Try unique dishes like kiviak, mattak, and suaasat to savor the flavors of Greenland`s cuisine.

  • 10. Explore Qaqortoq`s Sculpture Park

    Wander through Qaqortoq`s sculpture park, featuring art installations that reflect Greenlandic culture.

5 Most Visited Cities In Greenland

  • Nuuk





When To Go To Greenland

  • The summer months of June to August are when Greenland`s icy landscapes undergo a stunning transformation, revealing a realm of natural beauty and wildlife. The Arctic summer brings the Midnight Sun, extending daylight hours for exploration and adventure. Kayaking among icebergs, hiking across tundra, and spotting Arctic wildlife are just a few of the captivating experiences that await. Greenland`s summer is a time to immerse oneself in the enchanting landscapes of the North, where nature takes center stage in a symphony of ice and light.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Greenland

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